Middlesboro | Kentucky
Main Street Middlesboro
Main Street Middlesboro has been selected to receive multi-year funding through 2021 to present the Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series. During the past four years, Main Street Middlesboro has transformed what was once a gravel lot into a vibrant gathering space complete with a volunteer-installed lawn, donated permanent stage, large-scale mural and a renewed sense of town pride augmenting the community-driven revitalization of its downtown.
Presented by Main Street Middlesboro, a nonprofit dedicated to revitalizing downtown Middlesboro, in partnership with the Middlesboro/Pineville/Bell County Tourism Commission.
Sheboygan | Wisconsin
Kohler Arts Center
John Michael Kohler Arts Center has been selected to receive multi-year funding through 2021 to present the Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series. During the past four years, free Levitt AMP concerts have sparked significant investment in the area while bringing people together of all ages and backgrounds. The town’s new City Green—once the site of a vacant large retail store—is now an expansive green space complete with a permanent stage located in the heart of Sheboygan’s newly created Arts, Culture and Food District.
Presented by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center (JMKAC), a nonprofit art museum that gives visitors a place to experience critically acclaimed world-class exhibitions, performances and programs, in partnership with the City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan Squared (Business Improvement District (BID)/Harbor Centre)
Trenton | New Jersey
Trenton Downtown Association
Trenton Downtown Association has been selected to receive multi-year funding through 2021 to present the Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series. During the past four years, Trenton Downtown Association has made remarkable strides in strengthening the social and economic fabric of the state capital’s historic downtown core, bringing together a richly diverse community through a multi-layered arts experience, creating a thriving cultural destination in the centrally located Mill Hill Park.
Presented by the Trenton Downtown Association, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting economic growth and development as well as arts and cultural activities in the capital city.