Levitt AMP Utica Announces 2024 Concert Series Lineup

The Levitt AMP Utica Concert Series in Kopernik Park has announced its summer 2024 lineup, running June 17 through Aug 19.

Concerts will happen every Monday starting the 17th of June, welcoming artists from around the world to play in downtown Utica. These free performances are family friendly and sponsored by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, which encourages communities to take advantage of underused public spaces for concerts. Utica is one of 33 cities that have been awarded the Levitt AMP $30,000 grant to fund the concert series. Utica Monday Nite, founded by Lynne Mishalanie, is the fiscal sponsor for the concert series. 

The series involves young musicians in the community as well. With the Letter internship program, kids can perform after the opener, sometimes as their first paid musical gig.

While the majority of the artists performing are from the United States, Utica has international guests as well. Kommuna Lux from Ukraine will be playing what they call “Odesa Gangsta Folk” on June 24. They combine Eastern European Melodies combined with Gangster music from the multicultural community of Odesa.

OKAN, a Cuban born duo from Toronto will perform on July 1. They are also genre benders, infusing their Afro-Cuban roots with jazz and folk.

Levitt AMP 2024 Lineup

June 17: Shamarr Allen

June 24: Kommuna Lux

July 1: OKAN 

July 8: Joslyn & the Sweet Compression

July 15: The Mallett Brothers Band

July 22: Joe Samba

July 29: Larry & Joe

August 5: Laura Rain & the Caesars

August 12: The Sensational Barnes Brothers

August 19: Angie K

For More information on the series you can visit Levitt.org.

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