More About Levitt Pavilion Concert: Salvadore Ross/Nightbeast
Salvadore Ross is a fuzz-inspired psychedelic rock and roll band from Dayton, OH, featuring equal parts space rock, heavy greasy riffs, and 1960s style songwriting. The band consists of founder K.R. Byrum on guitar and vocals, Kyle Sweney on drums and vocals, and Matt “Friz” Szafranski on bass. The band’s name is derived from a 1964 episode of the television series “The Twilight Zone” entitled, “The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross”, which emphasizes the importance of compassion over selfishness. Audiences all over the world anticipate the release of Salvadore Ross’ third full-length record, which will be available in late 2023.
Comprised of a tight knit group of six fun-loving best friends, Nightbeast, out of Dayton, Ohio, is one-part nerdcore, one-part pop-punk, and 100% the hottest party band in the Mid-West. Best of all—the hangover is completely optional. Having opened for world-renowned acts like Andrew WK and local emo legends Hawthorne Heights, Nightbeast thrills audiences and recapitulates our foolhardy nostalgia for the party metal scene of the late 90s and early 2000s. Irreverent yet remarkably unproblematic, dynamically debonair yet down-to-earth, Nightbeast is a musical fountain of youth that effortlessly mingles the boisterous energy of adolescence with timely, age-appropriate reflections of modern millennials living life to its fullest while navigating the complexities of adulthood.
You can bring 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.