Editor’s Note: The following is a news release from the Levitt Pavilion in Arlington. I personally attended the event last year, and the money raised was extremely valuable to help them put on free public concerts for the remainder of the year.
The legendary 1970s group, Three Dog Night, is alive and rockin’, and they are coming to Arlington June 26! Joy to the World! Three Dog Night in Concert, presented by Titan Operating, will help Friends of the Levitt Pavilion Arlington raise the funds to produce 50 free concerts this year.
General admission tickets are on sale now for the 9 p.m. concert. Gates will open at the pavilion at 8 p.m. For this concert, no coolers or chairs will be allowed. Chairs will be provided, and concessions will be on sale, including beer and wine.
You can purchase tickets online on the Levitt Pavilion Web site or by calling 817.543.4307 between 1 and 4:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. Three Dog Night tickets also will be on sale at the Levitt Pavilion during this week’s concerts and at the gate on the night of the concert.
Three Dog Night’s hits wind through the fabric of pop culture today, whether on the radio, in TV commercials or in major motion pictures. Songs like Mama Told Me (Not To Come), Joy to the World, Black and White, Shambala, One and Old-Fashioned Love Song are testimony to Three Dog Night’s longevity as well as their continued popularity.
Joy to the World! Three Dog Night in concert is sponsored by the Mortimer Levitt Foundation, the United Service Association for Healthcare Foundation and the University of Texas at Arlington.
Posted by: Sam Moore