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Students Prepare For a Jam Filled Summer
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Cash Kidwell
Energy was high at the Tim McGraw concert this April.

The lights go down, a hush falls among the busy crowd; however, it doesn’t last long because as their favorite singer steps on stage the crowd erupts in thunderous cheers. With summer right around the corner, students are making plans for roadtrips, vacations, or other adventures. A highlight among the list of summer activities is attending concerts because it is something almost every student will do. Concerts are a fun way to hang out and have good experience with friends.

“I’m super excited to go see 21 because number one I’ve been such a huge fan of him and also because the thrill of being at a concert I love,” sophomore Syana Lopez said.

There are plenty of venues around Indiana that host concerts or music festivals. Some of the ones in Central Indiana are Everwise Amphitheater, Ruoff Music Center, Gainbridge Fieldhouse, 8 Second Saloon and the Old National Centre. These locations are a mix of outside and indoor facilities, so those attending concerts should be prepared for potential weather concerns. With the unpredictable summer weather, attendees of outdoor concerts should be prepared for cold at night, extreme heat and even rain.

Sophomore Rebecca Schulz is attending the Noah Kahan concert this summer and is ready for the experience.

“I’m excited because it’s my first concert and I like his music,” Schulz said.

Concerts are usually a great time, but with large crowds and the hectic energy things can get a little stressful at times. It is important for attendees to be prepared with their tickets and anything else they might need for going through security. Many venues also have a clear bag policy, which is where they will allow patrons to bring in a see-through bag that is plastic, PVC, or vinyl. This is the only type of bag allowed in some venues and makes things much easier for security.

Here’s a list of concerts happening this summer:

Gainbridge:

  • June 4- Stevie Nicks
  • June 23- Janet Jackson and Nelly
  • July 26-  Barry Manilow
  • July 27- Jennifer Lopez
  • August 2-  Blink-182

Ruoff:

  • May 23- 21 Savage
  • May 28- Hozier
  • May 31- Noah Kahan
  • June 14- Dierks Bentley
  • June 20- Kenny Chesney
  • June 27- Tyler Childers
  • July 10- Train
  • July 13- Niall Horan
  • July 21- Limp Bizkit

Everwise:

  • June 5- Maggie Rogers
  • June 7- Dylan Scott and Cole Swindell
  • June 21- Brothers Osborne
  • June 25- Bryson Tiller
  • June 28- Parker McCollum
  • July 2- The Kid LAROI
  • July 7- Whiskey Myers

 

 

 

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Cash Kidwell
Cash Kidwell, Pulse Reporter
Cash Kidwell joined the MHS Student Media team in 2023. Besides being on the student media staff, Cash is a part of the Student Council and enjoys listening to music.
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