Tex-Mex meets honky-tonk
After forming in the fall of 2006, the Tejas Brothers quickly became the subject of big conversation around the stockyards of Fort Worth. Within a few short years, they had earned the respect as one of the best live acts in Texas. The group’s debut CD, Tejas Brothers, was recognized as the 7th most played album for 2009 by the Americana Music Association. With the release of their 2nd album, Rich Man, Kelly Dearmore of the Dallas Observer said, “The quartet is once again proving itself one of the best bands in the state.” The group released their third CD, Live A Little More, in April of 2013. It features guest appearances from Larry Joe Taylor, Augie Meyers, Deryl Dodd, and was produced by Lloyd Maines. Their latest release, Live and Loose… at last, was recorded at Tommy Alverson’s Family Gathering and released in October of 2014. Roothog Radio says, “If this music doesn’t put a wiggle in your walk, you’d better get your hearing tested.” With influences from all different styles of music, the audience might find it difficult to describe a live show. Most of them say, “I don’t know what to call it. I just know it’s GOOD!” The band calls it “Tex-Mex Honky Tonk.”
Join us on the lawn!
This concert is free! Open seating is available on the lawn. Please bring blankets and lawn chairs. You also can bring your own food and coolers with beverages, including alcohol, but no glass containers, please. Parking is free. For directions to the Levitt, please see Directions & Parking.
For your health and safety
The Levitt staff, crew and volunteers will be wearing masks. For your health and the health of others, we encourage you to be considerate and wear a mask on the Levitt lawn. The Levitt has taken health and safety precautions to help make your visit to the lawn as safe as possible. 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 COVID-19.