Black Belt Community Foundation presents the Levitt AMP Selma Music Series in the city’s Riverfront Amphitheater, which overlooks the Historic Edmund Pettus Bridge, a transformative site during the Civil Rights Movement.


Resting on the banks of the Alabama River, the Levitt AMP Selma Music Series is transforming Riverfront Park and Amphitheater into a community destination filled with music, food, and art, while creating opportunities to support the local economy and fostering meaningful social connections. In this community of nearly 18,000, the Levitt AMP Selma Music Series cultivates culturally-inclusive arts opportunities and furthers efforts to bring people from all backgrounds together through live music.

Presented by the Black Belt Community Foundation, a nonprofit that forges a collective stream of giving to transform the region and connect those interested in making an impact with nonprofits that are making a difference, in partnership with the City of Selma and the Selma-Dallas County Chamber of Commerce.




Riverfront Amphitheater

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March 1 – October 31, 2024

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Lydia Chatmon