After the car show on Sat, Jun 1, hear Tejano artist Jaime DeAnda. Courtesy NextGen Latinx Records

Arlington Night & Day

From arts and culture to sporting events and everything in between, there’s something special to do almost every day in Downtown Arlington, including these events. No wonder Mayor Ross has proclaimed June to be Downtown Arlington Month!



Presented by Chevrolet, the Downtown Arlington Classic Car Show is 9am-3pm Sat June 1, at Vandergriff Town Center (200 N Mesquite St) and on surrounding streets. This free event will feature over 150 classic and antique automobiles manufactured before 1979, live music, activities for the whole family, and food vendors from your favorite Downtown restaurants! To register your classic car, visit




Presented by the HELP Center for LGBT Health & Wellness, Arlington Pride 2024 is at the Levitt Pavilion (100 W Abram St, 817-543-4308) 5pm-11pm Sat June 8. Hosted by Emcee Liquor Mini, this year’s featured performers include Betty Who with Alyssa Edwards, Dixon Dallas, Jujubee, and Kameron Ross, plus music by DJ Al Farb. Also, enjoy a street fair full of vendors. The suggested donation to attend is $10 per person but register for free at Learn more at

Arlington Pride 2024 is on Sat Jun 8 at Levitt. For more LBGTQIA+ events, pick up the Weekly’s second annual Pride Month Edition on Wed, Jun 12.
Courtesy Arlington Pride



The 3rd annual Juneteenth Celebration at The Levitt is Sat, Jun 15, at Levitt Pavilion Arlington (100 W Abram St, 817-543-4308), hosted by MC Howard the Second and Winfred Dalcaour. The gate opens at 4pm, and music starts at 5pm with opening act Dallas-based neo-soul/jazz-funk band Celestial Clockwork. Activities, food trucks, and vendors will also be around the lawn.

Self-described as “just a bunch of chaotic nerds sharing their love of video games and nerd culture through the power of music,” Reggie T. & The Boneheads brings their brand of hip-hop, funk, jazz, R&B, and rock fusion, plus “a side of the good ol church,” at 7pm. Then, The Sensational Barnes Brothers headline at 10pm. Does their name ring a bell? RTTB has recorded with Dan Auerbach, the lead singer of The Black Keys. Known for a musical blend of old and new, they are “a real gem in the gospel/soul scene.”

The Juneteenth holiday festivities start early on Sat, Jun 15.



As part of a “music-friendly community,” Levitt Pavilion Arlington (100 W Abram St, 817-543-4308) hosts free concerts from most Fridays to Sundays at 7:30pm. As with all shows at The Levitt, open seating is available on the lawn. Bring blankets and lawn chairs. You can also bring your own food and coolers with beverages, including alcohol, but please do not bring glass containers. For more info, visit

Featured artists for June include Texas Hill with Aaron Stephens 5/31, Jaime DeAnda with Vanita Leo 6/1, and Artemis Funk with AdamMarie & Joseph Fisher-Schramm 6/2; Hayes Carll with Abbey Brown & The Sound 6/7; Seratones with Patrick Pombuena Community Orchestra 6/14, The War & Treaty with Jordan Nix 6/21, Lone Star Skynyrd with Jomo & The Possum Posse 6/22, and Aaron Copeland with Bailey Rae 6/23; and Sunny Saucda with Grupo Pression 6/28, Donavan Keith with Kiara & Crash 6/29, and Gary P. Nunn with Cash Byers & Big Valley 6/30.


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