Concerts will make Indiana the place to be

If you like music, Indianapolis is the place to be this summer. Many different artists are coming to our city.

Rihanna, Imagine Dragons, Zac Brown Band, Lady Antebellum are some of the artists that have already came to Indiana. They performed at the NCAA March Madness Concert for free.


If you didn’t get the chance to attend those free concerts, life is giving you a second chance.


The 2015 Chase 500 Festival will be having many different performers, such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Nico & Vinz, American Authors, and Straight No Chaser. This festival will be taking place at the Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis, and yes this is a free concert. So gather up a couple of friends or family and go downtown on Saturday, May 9. The concert is 10am- 2pm. So you better head down there as soon as possible so you can get the closest and best view. Don’t forget to take pictures.


From what I know at the moment, there isn’t anymore free concerts. That may change, but as of right now there isn’t.


Now if you’re going to pay, that’s a different story. Many different artists are coming, so don’t feel afraid to go, and yes it may be a little costly, but once you’re there and seeing your favorite celeb, you’re going to be the happiest that you could ever be.


Some of the artists coming to our state are;


Lana Del Rey, 5/28/15 Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville IN.


Tyler, The Creator, 6/19/15, Egyptian Room At Old National Centre in Indianapolis IN.


Fall out Boy, Wiz Khalifa, & Hoodie Allen, 7/1/15. Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville IN.


Ed Sheeran, 7/2/15, Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville IN.


Shawn Mendes, 7/22/15. The Lawn At White River State Park in Indianapolis IN.


One Direction, 7/31/15, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis IN.


Meghan Trainor, 8/11/15, Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis IN.


5 Seconds Of Summer, 8/22/15, Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville IN.


That was just a small list of the many artists that will be coming to Indiana, I hope you get to take an advantage of them being here, and go attend their concerts.