ARTIST QUICK FACT(s): “THE LUMINEERS | Dr. Dog | Nathaniel Rateliff”
THE LUMINEERS | Dr. Dog | Nathaniel Rateliff
Monday, October 7th | Moved from Sunday, October 5th
Please see links below for The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park (@WhiteRiverStPrk) FAQ and General Info.
Please check-in at http://on.fb.me/qErdd0 for info about what to bring and what not to bring, traveling to the venue, hotels, dining options, parking, and more.
When IN doubt and IN need a quick answer, you may want to call our Guest Relations Specialists at 317-776-8181 for Day Of Show updates. Also feel free to reach out to White River State Park’s Visitor’s Center (800-665-9056 | Monday through Friday 9 AM – 5 PM and Saturday through Sunday 11 AM – 5 PM) for more information.
Please note our venue provides FREE “beach style” chairs (previous text link is to the “Blue Chair Wipeout” tribute video by our friends Guster) for General Admission (G.A.) greenspaces to most concerts on a first-come, first-served basis. It is possible that ticket holders may not receive these chairs to use while in the venue due to limited supplies, high demands, and fan safety during our “chairs allowed” concerts.
Thank you for attending and supporting Live Music!
Additional concert parking options & tips: White River State Park Garage | Indianapolis Zoo & White River Gardens Lot at White River State Park | IDOA Government Center Garage | IUPUI Parking | IDI Parking | Visit Indy Parking | #AlwaysBePrepared #ArriveEarly #TeamWRSP
Experience world-class entertainment with award-winning artists at one of the top 100 outdoor venues in the world (Pollstar) – The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis!
Please note: All shows are “rain or shine” at The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park and artists and dates are subject to change.
– TICKETS JUST RELEASED –
THE LUMINEERS CONCERT AT THE FARM BUREAU INSURANCE LAWN AT WHITE RIVER STATE PARK IS TONIGHT!
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7th
Additional Tickets Have Just Been Released for Tonight’s Concert And Are On Sale Now !!
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (October 7, 2013)— Additional tickets have just been released for tonight’s concert featuring The Lumineers at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis. The concert will also feature special guests Dr. Dog and Nathaniel Rateliff.
The show was moved from this past Saturday and will take place tonight, Monday, October 7th. Tickets for the originally scheduled date will be honored. Gates open at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets, plus applicable fees, will be available at the gates and are on sale now at Livenation.com, Ticketmaster, participating Wal-Mart locations or charge-by-phone at 800.745.3000. Ticket prices are subject to change and special offers may occur without notice at anytime prior to and including the day of the event.
The 2013 Concert Series at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park is made possible through the generous support of its sponsors including Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Coors Light, Hardee’s, PODS, Citi, Coca-Cola and more.
– DATE CHANGE –
THE LUMINEERS SOLD OUT SHOW AT THE FARM BUREAU INSURANCE LAWN AT WHITE RIVER STATE PARK MOVED TO THIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 7th
Tickets For Originally Scheduled Show will be honored at the New Date
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (October 4, 2013)— The Lumineers sold out show scheduled to take place tomorrow night, Saturday, October 5th at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis has been moved and will now take place this Monday, October 7th at 6:30 p.m.
Official statement from The Lumineers:
“Hello fans/ticket buyers for the show on 10/5 in Indianapolis:
Unfortunately, due to the impending bad weather headed our way this weekend we’ve decided to move the show to MONDAY, 10/7 — as of now, the show will stay at The Lawn at White River.
We understand that this is an inconvenience, and if you are unable to make the new date, refunds will be made available at your point of purchase.
This decision is a difficult one to make but we do not wish to put the fans or ourselves in harms way. On this same tour 2 weeks ago we were forced to cancel our Salt Lake City show only minutes into it, due to high winds that could cause our stage to collapse. As a result, we would rather give you a full show, than cut if off only a few songs in due to bad weather. Thank you for understanding”,