12 shows coming to Indiana in 2020 we can't wait to see

From Notre Dame to Bankers Life Fieldhouse — these are the most anticipated shows of 2020
Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center launches biggest concert season in over 20 yrs with nearly 50 shows
Posted at 12:23 PM, Jan 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-03 12:23:07-05

INDIANAPOLIS — As we head into the New Year, here's your reminder that there have already been several headlining shows announced to be heading to the Hoosier state.

Listed in order of date, here are the shows that have already caught the eyes of your fellow Hoosiers' hearts.

Post Malone — Sunday, Feb. 9
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Post Malone announced he was extending his 'Runaway Tour' in November, adding Indianapolis to the docket.

Currently, not many tickets are available for the hip-hop star's concert scheduled for Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Downtown Indianapolis. The open seats are being sold at resale prices on Ticketmaster.

Special guests Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh will be joining Posty in Indy, as well.

The Grammy Award-nominated artist is best known for his songs "rockstar," "Sunflower," "I Fall Apart," "Psycho," "White Iverson," and "Better Now."

The Lumineers — Tuesday, Feb. 18
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

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The Lumineers announced their 2020 North American tour in August of last year.

The group recently finished their European tour, where they played their biggest shows yet, according to Wes Kaminski, with Pacers.com.

The band has been headlining festivals in the US and Canada, like Bonnaroo, Hangout Festival, and Osheaga, as well as playing worldwide festivals like Glastonbury, Tinderbox, Fuji Rock, and Splendour in the Grass.

Tickets can still be bought on Ticketmaster.

Erykah Badu with Common — Saturday, March 14
Indiana Farmers Coliseum

R&B singer Erykah Badu will be bringing along rapper Common to her concert stop in Indianapolis in March.

Ms. Badu is most known for her album "Baduizm" that dropped in the late 90s and featured her hit song "On & On."

Tickets can still be bought on Ticketmaster.

Elton John — Thursday, Mar. 26
Bankers Life Fiedhouse

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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 07: Sir Elton John speaks onstage at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Commemorates Its 25th Year And Honors Founder Sir Elton John During New York Fall Gala at Cathedral of St. John the Divine on November 7, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

It's been postponed twice, and the resale seats on Ticketmaster are breaking into the four-digit mark, but Elton John's Farewell Tour is making its way to Indianapolis one way or another.

The artist announced his "Yellow Brick Road Tour" in 2018 would be his last world tour, lasting him a total of three years on the road.

John will be playing some of the most popular songs of his career, including "Bennie and the Jets," "Rocket Man," "Tiny Dancer," and "Philadelphia Freedom."

If you want to check for your chances at a ticket, click here.

Billie Eilish — Wednesday, Mar. 25
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

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Billie Eilish's concert stop in Indianapolis for her world tour 'Where Do We Go?' was about sold-out as soon as tickets went on sale in early October.

As of right now, there are probably a dozen tickets left for the March show at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The alternative star is officially the first artist born this millennium to achieve both a number one album and single.

The artist is most known for her number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list for her song 'bad guy' in August. Her debut album, 'WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?' went multi-platinum.

Michael Buble — Wednesday, Apr. 1
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Michael Buble announced in November he would be performing in Downtown Indianapolis at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on April Fools Day (also known as April 1).

Tickets are still available to the show.

Luke Bryan, Firestone Legends Day — Sunday, May 24
Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Country music star Luke Bryan will be headlining the Firestone Legends Day concert in May.

There are still acts apart of the Legends Day concert yet to be announced, but tickets can still be bought.

With the purchase of a concert ticket, concert-goers can also attend other activities at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Maroon 5, with Meghan Trainor — Sunday, Jun. 14
Ruoff Music Center

Part of the summer 2020 lineup at Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville comes Maroon 5 with special guest Meghan Trainor.

Live Nation announced the acts would be making a stop in December.

Tickets to this show are still available.

Billy Joel — Saturday, Jun. 20
Notre Dame Stadium

Billy Joel set to perform at Bankers Life Fieldhouse November 2017

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 17: Billy Joel performs onstage at the ASCAP Centennial Awards at Waldorf Astoria Hotel on November 17, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images for ASCAP)

Notre Dame may be over a two-hour drive from Central Indiana, but Billy Joel is a musician Hoosiers wouldn't mind driving to see.

The legendary artist is set to perform at the Notre Dame Stadium in the summer for the very first time, although Joel has appeared on the campus twice before, the last time dating back 24 years.

Tickets are still available.

Journey w/ The Pretenders — Saturday, Jun. 27
Ruoff Music Center

Journey will set off on its North American tour with The Pretenders in May, and making their way to Noblesville in June.

The classic rock band is comprised of: Neal Schon, founding member and lead guitarist, Ross Valory, co-founding member and bassist, longtime members Jonathan Cain, keyboardist, and Steve Smith, drummer, and Arnel Pineda, lead singer.

Learn more and buy tickets — here.

Alanis Morissette — Thursday, Jul. 16
Ruoff Music Center

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Seven-time Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Alanis Morissette announced the stops for her North American tour would include Ruoff Music Center in December.

Morissette will also be joined by artists 'Garbage' and 'Liz Phair' in Noblesville this summer.

The singer recently released her new song 'Reasons I Drink,' which will be on her new album 'Such Pretty Forks in the Road' in May.

The contemporary artist is most know for her 1995 debut album 'Jagged Little Pill.'

Click here to check out tickets.

Alabama —Thursday, Oct. 15
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

The new date for Alabama's Indianapolis concert was announced almost a year ago, now.

The country music group's lead singer was experiencing severe back spasms and had to rescheduled to 2020.

All tickets purchased for the original date of Friday, Jan. 11 will be honored at the newly posted show.

Tickets are still available to this show.