8 Summer Concerts For The Whole Family

Dated: 07/12/2019

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In Hamilton County and all around the Indianapolis metro area, you’ll notice an abundance of entertainment options that are perfect for the whole family. Gather all the music lovers, dancers, and arts enthusiasts to enjoy some of these festivities this summer!


Fishers Summer Concert Series: IU Health Saxony supports this Tuesday and Friday night concert series. Each concert is free and they even added a couple of Saturday night concerts for this summer season. Acts such as Parrots of the Caribbean, Jennie DeVoe, and The Woomblies Rock Orchestra are filling up the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater this summer. Also, for the littlest ones, head over for their Wednesday kid-friendly lunchtime concerts!


Music on the Monon: This free concert series on Carmel’s Center Green is perfect for an evening’s entertainment. Head over to Music on the Monon with your chairs and blankets to enjoy some classic rock, jazz, and soul tunes! Plus, you’re nearby to several food options if you’d want to grab takeout to enjoy during the concert. 


Huntington Learning Center Summer Concert Series Presented by CENTURY 21 Scheetz at Clay Terrace: For two different free stages for double the entertainment choices, head over to Clay Terrace to enjoy some fun summer sounds. Also worth mentioning is the vendor area for giveaways, face painting station, and the nearby shopping & food options. 


Cool Creek Summer Concert Series: At a modest ticket price (adult tickets are $5 and kids 12 and under are free), enjoy a Friday evening concert at Cool Creek Park in Carmel. Get your face painted, bring a lawn chair or blanket, jump in the bounce house, and buy some additional food and drink for a simple night out with the whole family. 


Federal Hill Commons Free Summer Concerts: On some select Saturday evenings, Federal Hill Commons is offering free live music in their entertainment pavilion. For the 3rd year, they’re offering music of all kinds - country, 80’s covers, and tribute bands for all of your musical interests. Free for everyone!


Saxony’s Concerts in the Park: These free concerts in Witten Park will surely entertain your whole family! Plus, you can even bring your well-behaved pets to enjoy these festivities in Fishers. Only a couple more are planned for this summer, so make sure to pencil one in ASAP!


Noblesville Summer Concert Tour at Dillon Park: Drive up to Noblesville for these free Thursday evening concerts! Local and regional bands light up the stage for an entertaining evening that’s perfect for your budget. Visit food vendors or bring your own snacks to enjoy during the concerts! Grab a friend or the kids and head out for a night of fun!


Whitestown Free Summer Concert Series: Happening on select Friday nights, the Whitestown Municipal Complex hosts free concerts for the community. Featuring area and national bands for free, there is also food & beverage available for purchase. No outside food or drink is permitted. Their summer series offers a little something for a few different tastes - covers, Grateful Dead, and more await summer audiences. 


What are some of your favorite summer concerts to attend? Which one are you looking forward to the most? 


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Lisa Witsken-Gearhart

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