altafiber Rock/Pop Series
The Vindys are passionate about representing their hometown of Youngstown, OH as a place where the music scene is thriving. Their name pays homage to their roots by drawing influence from Youngstown’s daily newspaper, The Vindicator. The band features some of the best and most versatile players in the Northeast Ohio area. The 9 piece band which includes a horn section is led by powerhouse singer songwriter Jackie Popovec with sweet and sultry vocals reminiscent of Amy Winehouse. The Vindys have performed at various festivals including WonderRoad, Three Rivers Arts Fest, and Summerfest where the band won the vote as the crowd’s favorite artist as part of the Emerging Artist Series. Additionally, The Vindys were direct support for Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Walk Off the Earth, The Drive-By Truckers, Hunter Hayes, and more. Their song “Are You Ready” was used in AT&T Sports.net broadcasts to promote the Pittsburgh Pirates, Penguins, and Steelers, and ESPN just recently picked up the fight song in promotion for the ACC Network’s Softball 2023 Season. Their latest sophomore album “Bugs” blends rock, blues, and pop for a wildly dynamic and fun listen.
All concerts in the 2023 Eichelberger Concert Season at the Levitt Pavilion Dayton are free and open to the public, no ticket or RSVP necessary.
All concerts begin at 7PM.
You can bring in lawn chairs or blankets as well as outside food and beverage – including alcohol (just no glass). You can also rent lawn chairs for a $5 donation on site and there are food and beverage vendors on site as well.
Levitt Dayton is a non-profit organization that fosters a sense of community by providing free outdoor concerts in the heart of downtown Dayton. The organization firmly believes that music can bridge cultural divides and bring people together, and their concerts are a testament to this belief. Levitt Dayton offers a unique and enriching experience that is accessible to all. Through their efforts, Levitt Dayton has succeeded in creating a vibrant and inclusive cultural scene in downtown Dayton.