Join us on Facebook at 8 p.m. for a livestreaming concert right in your living room!
To attend the concert in person, squares on the lawn and on Abram Street are first come, first served when the gates open at 6 p.m. Each square holds up to eight people. You do not need to preregister. Concert gates are located near Center and South streets between the Levitt and First Baptist Church and at Abram and Pecan streets near the flagpoles. Please also look at the information below about attending the concert in person.
Clever songwriting that crosses genre lines
Hayes Carll’s list of accomplishments is long. His third album, 2008’s Trouble In Mind, earned him an Americana Music Association Award for Song of the Year (for “She Left Me for Jesus”). The follow-up, KMAG YOYO, was the most played album on the Americana Chart in 2011 and spawned covers by artists as varied as Hard Working Americans and Lee Ann Womack, whose version of “Chances Are” garnered Hayes a Grammy nomination for Best Country Song. 2016’s Lovers and Leavers swept the Austin Music Awards, including Album of the Year, and was his fourth record in a row to reach number one on the Americana Airplay chart. Kelly Willis and Kenny Chesney have chosen to record his songs, and his television appearances include The Tonight Show, Austin City Limits and Later w/Jools Holland. Hayes is the rare artist who can rock a packed dance hall one night and hold a listening room at rapt attention the next. His latest album, What It Is, finds Hayes neck-deep in life. His signature cleverness and aptitude for so-personal-you-might-miss-it political commentary is as strong as ever rooted solidly in the present, revealing an artist in the emotional and intellectual here and now. The result is a musically ambitious and lyrically deep statement of an artist in his creative prime.
Hankins Band opens for Hayes Carll at 7 p.m
Join us on the lawn!
There is limited seating available for this concert in socially-distanced squares on the lawn and on Abram Street. No reservation is required. Squares are first come, first served when the gates open at 6 p.m. Each square holds up to eight people. You must wear a mask to enter the lawn. Once you are in your square, you can remove your mask to eat and drink. You must wear a mask any time you leave your square. Once the concert is over, please leave the lawn as quickly as possible. While at the Levitt, please stay a socially distanced 6 feet away from Levitt crew, staff, artists and volunteers. Please bring your own food, beverages, chairs and blankets. No glass containers, please. Parking is free. For directions to the Levitt, please see Directions & Parking.
For your health and safety
The Levitt has taken required health and safety precautions to help make your visit to the lawn as safe as possible during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Antibacterial stations are located by the restrooms and throughout the concert area. A cleaning crew will sanitize the bathrooms before, during and after concerts. Please do not attend concerts if you are not feeling well, have a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, or have been exposed to the virus. Thank you for following safety protocols of social distancing and wearing a mask. Stopping the spread of COVID-19 is up to all of us.