Symphony on the Prairie Returns this Summer

Symphony on the Prairie has been a part of Fishers for many, many years. While the pandemic impacted it in 2020, it is returning this summer with the first concert being June 25th with music of the Beatles. Tickets go on sale Monday, May 24th.

You have to buy tickets for specific days and attendance will be limited. While the normal maximum is around 8,000 tickets, the ISO will follow CDC-recommended protocols for the earlier concerts, which includes allowing for adequate social distance between groups. This means initial concerts are likely to be limited to around 4,000.

The current concert schedule is available on the ISO website, but includes:

  • June 25 – Revolution: Music of the Beatles
  • June 27 – Revolution: Music of the Beatles
  • July 2 – Star-Spangled Symphony
  • July 3 – Star-Spangled Symphony
  • July 4 – Star-Spangled Symphony
  • July 9 – Face 2 Face: Tribute to Billy Joel & Elton John
  • July 10 – Face 2 Face: Tribute to Billy Joel & Elton John
  • July 16/17 – TBD
  • July 23/24 – TBD
  • July 30 – One Night of Queen (Gary Mullen & The Works)
  • July 31 – One Night of Queen (Gary Mullen & The Works)
  • August 6 – The Temptations
  • August 7 – The Temptations
  • August 13 – TBD
  • August 14 – TBD
  • August 20 – Southern Accents: Music of Tom Petty
  • August 21 – Southern Accents: Music of Tom Petty
  • August 27 – Legendary Ladies of Soul
  • August 28 – Legendary Ladies of Soul
  • September 3 – Brass Transit: The Music of Chicago
  • September 4 – Brass Transit: The Music of Chicago
  • September 10 – The Evolution of Pop (Who’s Bad Music)
  • September 11 – The Evolution of Pop (Who’s Bad Music)

And yes, there are two nights of “One Night of Queen”.

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See the ISO site for the most up-to-date information

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