INDIANAPOLIS — A new music festival will be taking place in Indianapolis this year over Labor Day weekend.
The ALL IN Music and Arts Festival will run Sept. 3-4 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
“Indianapolis has always been home to me,” Sybesma said. “Coming back to produce the All IN Music & Arts Festival is a full-circle moment. Reuniting with Dave, and working with Paul and Kevin makes this the most exciting project of my career.”
The two-day music and cultural festival will feature multiple stages across the property. A full lineup for the event will be announced in the coming weeks.
“Placing a multi-day live music festival over the Labor Day weekend will unquestionably drive tourism to Indy,” said Chris Gahl, senior vice president with Visit Indy. “Our tourism research shows pent-up demand to travel this summer specifically for live music, so our city will benefit from the caliber, timing, and location of the All IN Festival.”
You can learn more and follow information, such as details about tickets, as it comes out at ALLINfestival.com.
Visitors who sign up for the email list through May 9 will also be entered for a chance to win a VIP experience at the festival.
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