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National Life Group Presents: Do Good Fest Texas- Jack Ingram * FREE TICKETS*

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National Life Group Presents: Do Good Fest Texas- Jack Ingram * FREE TICKETS*
Saturday, September 23 @ 7:30 pm
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Wednesday, August 2, 2023
TX United States

Register Here – Free Concert but you must reserve your ticket

For this special event please feel free to bring your own chairs, blankets, and two sealed bottles of water.

Weapons of any kind are not permitted.

**Other Tips for Do Good Fest Guests:

  • Although coolers are welcome at many Levitt events, they are prohibited for the Do Good Fest. Paid concessions (food trucks) will be available on site. Guests may also bring two outside water bottles (water fountains available).
  • Well-behaved four-legged friends on leashes are also welcome. Please consider concert volume and your pet’s sensitive ears before bringing them to a show.
  • Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Seating is also available on the low walls around the lawn. Early arrival is recommended. Seating is first-come/first-served.
  • Free and paid parking is available in many lots all around the pavilion and throughout Downtown Arlington, including City Hall and UTA College Park. Be aware that there are also private parking lots near the Levitt that do not permit concert parking.
  • Make plans to come early or stay late and visit one of Arlington’s nearby attractions, including the UTA Planetarium, the Arlington Museum of Art, Free Play Arlington, and bars and restaurants throughout Downtown Arlington.
  • Follow the Levitt on social media to keep up with weather updates, concert news, and more.


National Life Group hosts Do Good Fest®, a free outdoor concert at Levitt Pavilion Arlington to benefit Parkland Health’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Program in support of youth mental health on Saturday, Sept. 23. The event features country music legend Mark Chesnutt with opener Jack Ingram and burgeoning country singer and songwriter Kaitlin Butts, along with award-winning Arlington-based Sam Houston High School Mariachi Band and other special guests. Advance tickets are required. While the concert is free, a donation to Parkland Health’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Program in support of youth mental health is strongly suggested. Donations can be made through the ticket reservation process.  With 14 number one hits, 23 top 10 singles, four platinum albums, and five gold records, Chesnutt is a country music legend. He got his start in Beaumont, Texas and continues to tour broadly. Named best new male vocalist by the Academy of Country Music in 2008 and inducted into the Texas Heritage Songwriters’ Association Hall of Fame recently, Ingram is a singer and songwriter who has put out eight albums. Following up her debut “Same Hell, Different Devil” and a diverse run of singles, her second album, “What Else Can She Do,” has Butts delivering a collection of delicate, strong, and gallant characters and transformative storytellers.

This is the second annual Do Good Fest in Texas. Last year it raised over $70,000 in support of youth mental health. Reserve your tickets today.

5:15pm- El Mariachi Tejano de Sam Houston

6:00pm- Kaitlin Butts 

7:30pm- Jack Ingram

9:00pm- Mark Chesnutt

Jack Ingram


Genre: Country 

Jack Ingram is a Texas-born country singer whose records have earned both critical and peer adoration, and spawned massive hit singles. Emerging in the 1990s with a slew of well-received but commercially inert outings, the modern-day honky tonker didn’t find major success until 2005 with the release of the single “Wherever You Are,” which climbed to number one on the Billboard Country charts. “Love You,” “Lips of an Angel,” “Measure of a Man,” and “That’s a Man” kept Ingram in the Country Top 40 over the next five years, with “Barefoot and Crazy” giving him a second Country Top Ten in 2009. From that point forward, Ingram pursued an independent route, re-emerging in 2016 with Midnight Motel on Rounder Records, but a collaborative album with Miranda Lambert and Jon Randall called The Marfa Tapes brought him back to the top of the Country charts in 2021.

Ingram first carved out a niche for himself in the bars and roadhouses between Dallas and Houston. By the mid-’90s, after extensive touring with his Beat Up Ford Band, he had released two well-received independent albums and had opened for artists like Merle Haggard and Mark Chesnutt. The end of 1996 brought about a deal with Warner, which reissued his first two indie albums, and in 1997 issued his major-label debut, Livin’ or Dyin’. Moving to Sony‘s Lucky Dog label in 1999, Ingram released his fifth roots rock album, Hey You. Three years later, he hooked up with Lee Ann Womack‘s producer Frank Liddell for Electric. Young Man, a compilation of recordings of many of his earliest songs, and Live at Gruene Hall: Happy Happy both arrived in 2004.


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