Fishers Summer Concert Series opens June 4

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The Fishers Summer Concert Series hosted by Fishers Parks & Recreation will return in June with a refreshed venue, new show times and local and national performing acts. The free concert series includes performances Tuesday and Friday evenings presented by IU Health Saxony, and Wednesday lunchtime concerts presented by Meyer Najem.

This will be the first full concert season in the newly renovated Nickel Plate District Amphitheater, 6 Municipal Dr., Fishers, which reopened in the fall of 2018. New features include a larger stage, an improved sound system and a gradual hill toward the back of the lawn to improve visibility for concert-goers. To ensure that concerts are inclusive for all, sidewalks were widened for enhanced accessibility and additional accessible restrooms were added in a new 700-square-foot Pavilion south of the Amphitheater.

Friday night show times have been changed from 9 p.m. to 8 p.m. based on feedback from concert attendees. Another change is Wednesday lunchtime concerts will alternate between adult and children’s performers.

For more and noon performances Wednesdays (June 5 to Aug. 5), visit npdamp.com.

The 2019 season lineup includes: Tuesday Nights (June 4 to July 30, 7 to 9 p.m.): June 4: My Yellow Rickshaw sponsored by Heritage Christian School & Primrose School; June 11: Endless Summer Band sponsored by Boomerang Development; June 18: The Doo sponsored by Citizens State Bank;  June 25: Karma with special guests Fishers Music Works’ Mudsock Jazz Combo; July 2: The Bishops; July 9: Parrots of the Caribbean with special guests The Islanders sponsored by Bose McKinney & Evans; July 16: Dave & Rae sponsored by Cathedral High School & The Goddard School; July 23 & 30: Rain makeup dates.

Fridays Nights (June 7 to Aug. 23, 8 p.m.): June 7: B105.7 presents 80’s at the AMP with E5c3p4: The Music of Journey; June 14: The PettyBreakers; June 21: Mike & Joe; June 28: Spark!Fishers National Concert (to be announced); July 5: Sounds of Summer: The Music of the Beach Boys; July 12: Jennie DeVoe; July 19: Dark Desert Eagles; July 26: Such a Night: Recreating the Music of The Band’s Last Waltz. Aug. 2: The Woomblies Rock Orchestra; Aug. 16: Signs of Life: The American Pink Floyd; Aug. 23: The Travelin’ McCourys with special guest Fishers Music Works’ Fishers Switch Vibe; August 30-31: Fishers Blues Fest.

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