Community laying foundation for Levitt Pavilion Houston

Southwest Houston residents are rolling up their sleeves to seat a board of directors and launch a $10 million capital campaign to build the nation’s eighth Levitt Pavilion at the 280-acre Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve.

The Levitt model sets up a public-private partnership between the newly-formed Friends of Levitt Pavilion Houston, the city of Houston and the nonprofit Levitt Pavilions/Mortimer and Mimi Levitt Foundation to build and maintain a state-of-the-art outdoor music venue that will annually stage 50 concerts free to the public. Local leaders are hoping it can open as early as 2017.

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