Plan a Meeting

Start Planning
Indiana Convention Center


Sign up for trip ideas, opportunities to receive prize packs, and more!

Sign Up For Email
An Indiana street

TCU Amphitheater

Just steps from downtown hotels, the TCU Amphitheater is a favorite for national touring acts.

The Hi-Fi in Fountain Square brings up-and-coming touring acts to Indy Phierce Photo

Hi Fi Indy

Indy's live music venues includes stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters, and club like the Hi Fi in Fountain Square.

Score free tickets concertsat venues like Ruoff Music Center Phierce Photography

Ruoff Music Center

Still known sentimentally by many as Deer Creek, Ruoff Music Center is a mecca for national touring acts and keeps the jams coming…

Top Ten Live Music Venues

In honor of one of Indy's most famous natives, a David Letterman-esque guide to ten of the city's best live music experiences. 

Here is your list of the Top Ten places to catch a show while visiting Indy.

For intimate shows with up-and-coming acts dance to Fountain Square for a show at the indoor HI-FI or outdoor HI-FI Annex.

The Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park is a 6,000-person capacity venue that treats concert-goers to downtown views.

Ruoff (AKA: Deer Creek) has consistently ranked among the top five amphitheaters worldwide in attendance and is 30 miles north of Indy.

As a go-to spot for visiting celebrities, this historic venue has been praised by the likes of Rolling Stone as one of the top blues bars in the nation.

Three blocks from the Indiana Convention Center in the heart of downtown, the home of the NBA Pacers and WNBA Fever is also a great spot for a larger concert. With seating for 5,000, club and suite levels, and a wide selection of food and drinks, you’ll have good sound and good views of the stage.

With an Egyptian facade and unique decor, this intimate and charming theater is located in the Mass Ave cultural district.

Catch acts like James Morrison, Better than Ezra, and Augustana before they blow up in this movie house turned club in Broad Ripple Village.

Duke's is a honky-tonk on the south side of Indy that hosts touring acts from across the country alongside Lone Star beer and throwback country sounds.

You Might Also Like