Levitt at the Falls reveals 2024 season of 50 free concerts

Sioux Falls, SD (May 2, 2024) Levitt at the Falls is pleased to announce the full calendar of 50 free concerts for the 2024 season, presented by MarketBeat. Concerts will start on Friday, May 31 and run every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights through August 31 with shows continuing on Friday and Saturday nights through September 14.

The 2024 Levitt season will feature local, regional, national, and international acts of every musical style. This year includes two new genres, Latin and R&B Soul, alongside Americana, Blues, Country, Hip-Hop. Indie, Rock, World, and Family genres.

“Our mission at Levitt at the Falls is to build our community through music which means that we strive to offer a diverse selection of music that represents everyone in Sioux Falls,” said Nancy Halverson, President and CEO of Levitt at the Falls. “This year, we’ve continued to build upon that goal by introducing even more genres that represent the many different musical interests and cultural backgrounds of our community.”

Each Levitt concert will include opening acts as well as headlining bands, a variety of food vendors, and drinks available through JJ’s Wine & Spirits. The music starts at 7 p.m. every night, with vendors ready on the lawn by 6 p.m. Concerts will be live-streamed online and projected on a large video board onsite in partnership with South Dakota Public Broadcasting. Additionally, Family Series performances for youth will be held on 5 Saturday mornings throughout the summer with music starting at 10:30 am.

This year, MarketBeat is supporting Levitt’s free concerts as the 2024 season presenting sponsor.

“MarketBeat loves to sponsor events that are accessible to everyone and bring the community together,” Matt Paulson, Founder and CEO of MarketBeat, said. “Levitt at the Falls provides fun, free, and family-friendly entertainment and we are thrilled to help bring this year’s season to Sioux Falls.”

Opening night on Friday, May 31 will feature two-time GRAMMY Award winner and Creole music sensation Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience. To close out the season, Terrance’s daughter, indie blues artist Marcella Simien, will take the stage on September 14.

Other season highlights include GRAMMY Award winners Los Texmaniacs, a conjunto rock and blues band, who will perform as part of the LLS Multi-Cultural Center’s Festival of Cultures on June 8. To celebrate Independence Day, KORY and the FIREFLIES will return to the Levitt stage on July 4 for a patriotic rock & roll celebration. Then on August 9, the Levitt National Foundation will bring multi GRAMMY-nominated duo The War and Treaty for an exhilarating evening of blues, gospel, soul, bluegrass, and country.

Also returning this year is the Mitakuye Owas’iƞ * All My Relatives * Mitákuye Oyás’iŋ Festival celebrating Native American music, art, and culture. Sponsored by the SDSU Wokini Initiative, performances will include pop and rock artist Kelly Jackson, hip-hop artist Supaman, and a family show from Starr Chief Eagle.

Levitt at the Falls is a non-profit organization dedicated to building community through music. In the 2023 season, the Levitt reached over 100,000 people with its free music programming. Levitt Shell Sioux Falls is part of a national network of outdoor Levitt music venues and concert sites dedicated to strengthening the social fabric of communities. Presenting a broad array of music genres and cultural programming, Levitt venues bring together families, friends, and neighbors of all ages and backgrounds. The Levitt Shell is located in downtown Sioux Falls at 504 N. Phillips Avenue in Falls Park West.


Evening Performances: Music Starts at 7:00 p.m.

  • Terrance Simien & the Zydeco
  • Experience | Fri, 5/31
  • Shaun Johnson Big Band
  • Experience | Sat, 6/1
  • TopHouse | Thu, 6/6
  • Kyaira | Fri, 6/7
  • Los Texmaniacs | Sat, 6/8
  • Wildermiss | Thu, 6/13
  • Armchair Boogie | Fri, 6/14
  • De Tierra Caliente | Sat, 6/15
  • Tyler Richton & The High
  • Bank Boys | Thu, 6/20
  • Nur-D | Fri, 6/21
  • Faytinga | Sat, 6/22
  • David Rosales & His Band of
  • Scoundrels | Thu, 6/27
  • Janice Gilbert | Fri, 6/28
  • Jessie G | Sat, 6/29
  • KORY and the FIREFLIES | Thu, 7/4
  • Mike Mains & The Branches | Fri, 7/5
  • Dyer Davis | Sat, 7/6
  • Gilda House | Thu, 7/11
  • Judd Hoos | Fri, 7/12
  • Pascuala Ilabaca | Sat, 7/13
  • Ron Artis II | Thu, 7/18
  • Denham | Fri, 7/19
  • The Reverend Peyton’s Big
  • Damn Band | Sat, 7/20
  • Wesli | Thu, 7/25
  • Kelly Jackson | Fri, 7/26
  • Supaman | Sat, 7/27
  • Crow | Thu, 8/1
  • Babes In Canyon | Fri, 8/2
  • Nadjah Nicole | Sat, 8/3
  • Skerryvore | Thu, 8/8
  • The War and Treaty | Fri, 8/9
  • Bee Taylor | Sat, 8/10
  • Halfloves | Thu, 8/15
  • Humbird | Fri, 8/16
  • The Reminders | Sat, 8/17
  • The Rebel Eves | Thu, 8/22
  • Lance and Lea | Fri, 8/23
  • Mames Babegenush | Sat, 8/24
  • 2MX2 | Thu, 8/29
  • Nikki Hill | Fri, 8/30
  • The Sensational Barnes Brothers | Sat, 8/31
  • LowDown Brass Band | Fri, 9/6
  • Randy McAllister and the Scrappiest Band in
  • the Motherland | Sat, 9/7
  • Las Guaracheras | Fri, 9/13
  • Marcella Simien | Sat, 9/14

Saturday Morning Shows for Youth and Families: Music Starts at 10:30 a.m.

  • Maggie in the Meantime | Sat, 6/8
  • El Grupo Cascada | Sat, 6/22
  • TaikoArts Midwest | Sat, 7/13
  • Starr Chief Eagle | Sat, 7/27
  • Phil Baker | Sat, 8/3

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