The Levitt Pavilion in Arlington is preparing to embark on a paraphrase of an old saying: You have to use Money to make money.Surf Training Success – Surf Fitness Program
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Eddie Money burst onto the music scene in 1977 with a double platinum debut album that featured hits like Baby Hold On and Two Tickets to Paradise. Fans fell in love with Eddie’s sound, and success soon followed with a stream of Top 40 hits. The Levitt Pavilion is proud to host a true rock legend this summer when Chesapeake Energy presents Eddie Money on Saturday, June 23, for the pavilion’s benefit concert.
In addition to his Top 40 hits, Money is known for some of the era’s most creative videos for songs like Think I’m in Love and Shakin’. Then, in 1986, Eddie released the classic, Grammy-nominated duet with Ronnie Spector, Take Me Home Tonight, which reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 and still receives regular air time on oldies radio stations across the country.
The Eddie Money concert will include a $150 VIP ticket that includes dinner before the show plus VIP seating at the concert. Individual tickets for the concert only will be $25. Tickets for the benefit dinner and the concert go on sale through the Levitt Pavilion’s website, www.levittpavilionarlington.org and by phone April 16. Ticket sales for the benefit concert help raise funds for the Levitt Pavilion to produce 50 free concerts a year.
The June 23 benefit concert is during the Texas Power 2012 Summer Concert Series at the Levitt Pavilion, which opens May 25. The Eddie Money concert is the only summer concert that requires a ticket purchase.
Posted by: Sam Moore