The Jacob Jolliff Band will perform July 4 at the Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts. / Contributed photos

WESTPORT — Celebrate the nation’s freedom with a free July 4 concert by a band of Bluegrass “pickers” at the Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts.

The Jacob Jolliff Band will perform at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 4, at the pavilion, 40 Jesup Road. To reserve a free ticket for the performance, click here.

Jolliff, a mandolin player, is joined by three other string musicians described as “a quartet of some of the most virtuosic and innovative young pickers in the country,” in Levitt publicity for the concert. For more information about the group and its music, click here.

Among the other performances scheduled during July at the pavilion are:

Bands scheduled to perform during July at the Levitt Pavilion include, left, Aztec Two-Step 2.0 and Charles Turner and Uptown Swing.

July 6: Chris Berardo, with Marc Douglas Berardo — A concert of Southern and country influenced rock by the Connecticut-based singer and songwriter.

July 8: Aztec Two-Step 2.0: Rex Fowler, Dodie Pettit and Friends — Fowler, an original member of the duo, and wife Pettit, reprise the band’s classics and explore new music with their ensemble.

July 9: Charles Turner and Uptown Swing — A concert celebrating jazz and swing selections from the 1920s to present day.

July 11: Westport Community Band — The hometown ensemble, 60 musicians strong, perform a diverse repertoire from show tunes to pop music and marches to classical.

July 16: Dawes, with Pete Muller and the Kindred Souls — Los Angeles-based band, Dawes, will showcase an “evolution” of the Laurel Canyon rock genre, preceded by folk/pop selections by Pete Muller and the Kindred Souls.

July 18: Connecticut Ballet — A series of “romantic duets” will be featured, performed to a diverse range of music.

The Westport Community Band, left, and the Connecticut Ballet will perform at the Levitt Pavilion in July.

July 21-22: Twiddle, two-day festival — The band, in returning to the Levitt, is joined by Kung Fu and Mihali on Friday and Oh He Dead and Lespecial on Saturday.

July 27: Theo Kandel, with Michael Cantor — Kandel, a singer/songwriter, blends elements of folk, pop and rock in his performances, preceded by Cantor, a singer/songwriter from Westport and rising senior at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

For a complete list of Levitt Pavilion presentations scheduled in July, as well as the rest of the season, visit the pavilion website.