Levitt Pavilion Arlington, TX
100 W. Abram St.
Arlington, TX 76010
The two-year rebuild of Abram Street is underway and scheduled for completion in 2020! Street closures and available concert parking will fluctuate from week to week. You can follow the progress of the Abram Street renovation by clicking here: Abram Street Rebuild.
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The Levitt Pavilion is located in Founders Plaza at 100 W. Abram St. on the corner of Abram and Center streets, directly across Abram Street from City Hall. Here’s how to get to the Levitt Pavilion:
I-30 coming from the east
Exit Center Street and travel south (right at the stoplight) to Abram Street. The pavilion is at Abram and Center streets.
I-30 coming from the west
Exit Cooper Street and travel south (right) on Cooper to Abram Street. You will turn left (east). The pavilion is at Abram and Center streets.
I-20 (from the east or west)
Exit Cooper Street and travel north to Abram Street. You will turn right (east) on Abram Street. The pavilion is at Abram and Center streets.
The streets surrounding the Levitt are typically shut down an hour before the concerts. These streets include Abram at Center Street, Abram at Oak Street and Pecan Street between Abram and Main streets. Please consult the street closure link at the top of this page for additional street closures.
All parking at the Levitt Pavilion is free in the parking lots all around the pavilion. Construction in Downtown Arlington has changed the parking options. Please look at the map below for available options. In addition to the areas shown below, concert-goers can park at Pinnacle Corp. on Abram Street east of the Levitt. The Tarrant County Subcourthouse and the Arlington Chamber of Commerce have parking lots a short walk away. Please do NOT park in the AT&T lot at the corner of 300 W. South and 100 S. West streets.
Please be sure to watch for small, private lots that have signs warning about towing. We have made every effort to work with our neighbors around the pavilion to use their parking on concert nights. The lots shown on the map below will not tow your car on concert nights.