Looking At The Levitt

As the Levitt Pavilion prepares to close its (metaphorical) curtain on the 2021 season — it pretty much ends this Sunday with a Motown Revue, though there are 2 dates in September, and Sheryl Crow’s benefit October 8 — it’s time to look back on 60 nights of free entertainment.

“06880” photographer JC Martin was at the Saugatuck River bandshell often this summer. There was plenty of entertainment.

But he found many of his best shots away from the stage. Here’s a sampling of what he saw.

The audience was filled with folks of all ages: adults …

… younger …

… and very young.

Some came by kayak …

… while others listened from the Westport Library’s cafe patio.

They brought picnics …

… and ttreated themselves to something special.

They filled the wide lawn …

… and enjoyed a wide variety of acts…

… in a beautiful setting. (Photos/JC Martin)

To see the remaining Levitt Pavilion calendar, click here.

2 responses to “Looking At The Levitt

  1. Nice!

  2. MIMI AND MORTIMER WOULD BE SO PROUD.

    THEIR DONATION TO WESTPORT WILL ALWAYS LIVE ON

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