LIVE ON THE LEVEE TO LAUNCH 16th SEASON
The City of Charleston is excited to announce the 16th season of Live on the Levee at Haddad Riverfront Park. This free concert series will begin Friday, May 24 and continue for 15 weeks—concluding August 30. This year’s lineup includes an array of musical styles – from rhythm and blues and country to bluegrass and rock.
“Live on the Levee brings family and friends together for live music, food and fun during the summer,” said Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin. “The City of Charleston is excited to showcase great local and regional talent, local food and retail vendors. Thank you to all of the folks that help support Live on the Levee.”
“We can’t imagine summer Friday evenings in Charleston without Live on the Levee at this point. From our family to yours let’s make 2019 one to remember.” – Steve Moses (Moses Auto Group, title sponsor of Live on the Levee)
Headlining attractions for the 2019 Live on the Levee season include Here Come the Mummies, The Verve Pipe, The Cleverlys, Dillon Carmichael and 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience.
The city continues to collaborate with organizations throughout Charleston to present performances that will reflect special events that coincide with Live on the Levee. This year’s organizations and/or events include Special Olympics, Capitol City Biker Bash, FestivALL, Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance (FOOTMAD), WTSQ – The Status Quo and Multifest. The non-profit partners this year include Roark Sullivan Lifeway Center, YWCA’s Sojourners Shelter, Covenant House, the Religious Coalition for Community Renewals’ Samaritan Inn and Manna Meal.
Sponsors for Live on the Levee include: Moses Auto Group, Brewer & Company of WV, Inc., Aetna, Amherst Madison, Capitol Beverage Company, Charleston Convention & Visitors Bureau, Fastsigns, FestivALL, Lou Wendell Marine Sales, Mountain State Beverage, N3, Spriggs Distributing Company, Terradon, Budget Towing, Express Employment Professionals, Heads Up! Community, Highmark West Virginia, Pickering Associates, Sears Monument, University of Charleston, Bowles Rice, C.B. Hall Insurance Agency, The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation, ZMM Architects & Engineers, C&H Taxi, FOOTMAD, Four Points by Sheridan, Jim Strawn & Company, Recovery Sports Grill, West Virginia Radio Corporation, WSAZ and WTSQ – The Status Quo.