Heading out to the Levitt Pavilion for some free LIVE music?  We've got a few tips and tricks to make the most of your night out. 
One: BYOB.
Pack the cooler cause you can bring anything you want to eat or drink to the Levitt, including alcoholic beverages, as long as you don’t bring glass containers. We know there's more than just water in that 40oz Stanley tumbler. 
Two: Lawn seating and FREE parking. 
Seating is first-come, first serve and while there's really no bad spot to sit, we know some of y'all are real serious about getting the perfect spot.
So check out the parking map (yes, there are free parking lots around the Levitt) ahead of time to park early and claim your spot on the Levitt lawn.
(Heads up: Abram Street gets closed off near the Levitt about an hour before concert time.)
Three: Blankets and lawn chairs are essential.
Sure, you can just sit right on the grass, but we promise you'll be more comfortable if you bring your blankets and lawn chairs. Plus, you can use them to reserve your spot on the lawn. 
Four: Pack a bag.
This is an outdoor music venue and Texas weather we're talking about here. Make sure you pack the cooler with plenty of water and a bag with some essentials like hand sanitizer, non-scented insect repellent and hand-held fan.
Five: Yes, there are restrooms on site.
Restrooms are underneath the Levitt Center on the southwest corner of the Levitt Lawn.
Six: What about weather?
Again, we're in Texas, and the weather can be unpredictable. You can stay up-to-date about delays and cancellations by downloading the Levitt Pavilion app and turn on weather alert notifications, calling the Levitt’s 24-hour info line at 817-543-430 or checking their social media accounts for updates. 
Seven: Yes, dogs are allowed.
Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome, but know that YOU are responsible for cleaning up after them and for their behavior. 
Eight: We may be outside, but there's no smoking allowed. 
The Levitt Pavilion sits on Founders Plaza, which is a public park and there's no smoking allowed within 50 feet of a city park (including e-cigarettes and vaping).
Nine: Get an autograph.
Although the Levitt can’t promise that all artists will be available for autographs, many do stick around after the show to sign CDs and meet and greet with their fans at the merchandise tent. 
Ten: Any questions?
When planning your trip to the Levitt, check out their calendar of events and a full list of their FAQs.