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September 5, 2021
Considered the forerunners of the Tejano and Norteno music genres, Intocable (Spanish for Untouchable) found its roots in Zapata, Texas in the early 90s. Started by dynamic duo Ricky Munoz and Rene Martinez, the band became a platform for their expertly fused pop melodies, traditional folk rhythms, romantic balladry and a rock and roll swagger.
September 10, 2021
One of the indie world most recognisable and respected figures, multi-instrumentalist St. Vincent (real name Annie Clark) carries on the legacy of heroes David Bowie and David Byrne by bringing together melodious pop and avant-garde experimentation. Now's your chance to see her live as she's hitting the road in support of her sixth studio album 'Daddy's Home'.
September 18, 2021
The five-piece rock band from Sacramento has seen many line-up changes since its 2005 inception however, it would seem, there haven't been any Gavins. We'll put that down to creative expression, something Dance Gavin Dance clearly has in buckets judging from the sheer array of musical talents that combine to create forces like 'We Own The Night' and 'Inspire The Liars'.
September 22, 2021
Recognized by his vibrant blue and orange attire and contagiously energetic personality, Blippi is a delight to watch for children everywhere. The fun and spirited character is heading on tour, providing families with an unmissable show that is packed with excitement as much as it is a learning experience for little ones.
September 28, 2021
Through a tapestry of warm vocals and sun-soaked guitar hooks, Dawes have made a name for themselves for replicating the feel of the Lauren Canyon sound of the 70's. But far from being a copy, the quartet are something retro inspired, but with a chilled vibe straight out of the present.
502 N New Jersey St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
This beautifully ornate building was formerly known as the Murat Shrine and Center, and is today still owned by the Murat Shriners, an off-shoot from mainstream Freemasonry. The oldest stage in downtown Indianapolis still remaining, it also has the distinction of being the only Shrine temple in the world with a French-originating name, and is also the largest Shrine temple in North America
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