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Melissa and Doug Children’s Concert Series at the Levitt Pavilion
July 24, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until August 21, 2019
Every Wednesday through August 21, 2019, kids rule at the Levitt Pavilion! Kids are welcome to visit the Melissa & Doug Hospitality tent for kids and enjoy complimentary face-painting while supplies last. On-site activities begin at 6.
Note: the lawn and concession open to the public one hour before show-time (facility is closed to public during load-in and sound-check). Picnics are welcome. The Levitt Pavilion and its perimeter is a non-smoking area. Pets are not allowed. In case of inclement weather, check our website or call the concert hotline (203-221-2153) at or after 4:30PM on the day of the show for a location status update. There is a nearby rain location for free shows, but they try to stay outside shower or shine!
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