The fundraiser concert featuring Randy Rogers requires a ticket purchase. Proceeds from the concert will help Levitt Pavilion Arlington present FREE concerts. Tickets are sold in reserved squares of eight for $280 ($35 per person). Concert gates open at 6 p.m. Local artists, September Moon, perform at 7 p.m. Randy Rogers, Brady Black and Geoffrey Hill take the stage at 8 p.m. For this concert, ticket holders will need to bring their chairs and blankets to sit on. Please do not bring food, beverages, coolers or pets. No one will be admitted to the lawn with any of these items. Concessions will be sold at the concert, including beer and wine. Concertgoers are required to wear a mask unless eating and drinking in their squares.
Americana in three-part harmony
September Moon is a lively five-piece vocal harmony-centered band whose sounds seem to defy a genre, but audiences have no trouble connecting with. Their music creatively blends country, folk, rock and Americana into one rich and unique sound. The band released their first EP, Float Away, in April 2018, and their single, “Abilene,” was released in October 2018. September Moon is the creation of founding members Daniel Brown (vocals/lead guitar) and Katherine Rublein (vocals/rhythm guitar/ukulele/harmonica), who began the project as an acoustic duo in 2015. Three years later, they decided to shake things up and expand to a full band with the addition of PJ West (lead guitar/vocals), Will Shotwell (bass) and Marcus Miralez (drums). Between the soaring guitar licks, the driving bass lines, and the three-part harmonies, their songs took in a breath of fresh air and there was no turning back.