INDIANAPOLIS — Watch out, they’re coming.
Organizers of this summer’s All IN Music & Arts Festival have announced the lineup for the two-day, multi-stage event, and it includes big names in classical and contemporary music like Daryl Hall & John Oates, John Fogerty and Cage the Elephant.
The festival will take place on Labor Day weekend at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Capacity has not been announced, but organizers describe it as an “intimate capacity footprint for 2022”.
Besides the music, there will be local food vendors, a beer garden with Hoosier craft brews, beer stations and cocktail bars. The Indiana State Fair Skyride will be operating, so festival-goers can get an aerial view of the activities.
Overnight camping will also be available with the option of parking an RV or pitching a tent. Availability is on a first come, first served basis. Organizers also say there will be plenty of permanent toilet facilities. People will not have to use portable toilets.
The festival will also feature two “dreamsets” that will honor the music of Tom Petty and the Allman Brothers Band.
“The Dreamsets are one-of-a-kind star collaborations that reimagine classic songs and are the
shows of our musical dreams,” according to a statement.
A limited number of tickets will go on sale on Tuesday and can be found here (while supplies last).
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