This Week at the Levitt: June 20-23

Kirk Franklin's Music Camp, Family Movie Night, and Music Under the Stars

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Thursday, June 20: The Levitt's week gets started with Family Movie Night featuring the 2018 Academy Award winner for Best Animated Feature, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Miles Morales is a New York teen struggling with school, friends and being the new Spider-Man. When he comes across Peter Parker, the erstwhile savior of New York, Miles must train to become the new protector of his city, crossing paths with five counterparts from other dimensions. The movie is rated PG. The first 100 guests will receive gift cards from Family Movie Night sponsor, Arlington Highlands.

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Friday, June 21: The Black Lillies have become one of Americana music's biggest success stories as an internationally-renowned band of roots-rockers that blend rock and country. Their sound is built on undeniable chemistry, lush three-part harmonies and instrumental virtuosity with a funky edge. Their newest album, Stranger to Me, was an immediate critical and fan success when it was released last year, debuting at number five on Billboard's Folk/Americana chart, nine on Billboard's Current Country chart, and 61 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart.

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Saturday, June 22: Levitt Pavilion Arlington is partnering with 12-time Grammy Award-winning gospel artist, Kirk Franklin, for his first-ever summer music camp for teens, Camp LotusAspiring artists from Camp Lotus will have their end-of-camp showcase backed by Kirk Franklin's band.

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Camp Lotus is a one-week music camp that gives aspiring high school musicians an opportunity to maximize their potential and helps them prepare for a career in the music industry. With workshops in songwriting, music production, media and music business, students are given the opportunity to write and record their own songs, conduct interviews, and learn marketing techniques. Students are taught by respected names in the industry, including Kirk Franklin, all hosted out of Franklin's state-of-the-art recording studio in Downtown Arlington.

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Sunday, June 23: Texas native Ruben Ramos and his band, the Mexican Revolution, sit at the helm of a family musical legacy born more than 80 years ago, rooted in traditional Mexican artistry, infused with the big-band sound of the 1940s, influenced by blues and rock, and now at the pinnacle of Tejano music. They are members of the Tejano Music Hall of Fame and have a Grammy Award for Best Mexican American Performance as part of Los Super Seven.

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All shows begin at 8:00 p.m. and are free to the public. This Week at the Levitt is shared in partnership with the Levitt Pavilion. For more information, visit their website