Each year, dozens of talented musicians perform at Indiana's largest outdoor music venue, the Klipsch Music Center, and 2014 is no different. One of the most highly anticipated events, Luke Bryan, comes to the amphitheater on August 29, so before you head to this Noblesville landmark, take note of the following information about your concert.
Klipsch Music Center Seating Information
Depending on the event, this open-air amphitheater can be divided in up to five sections, typically featuring three reserved seating and two general admission areas. At the forefront of the venue is the general admission pit area, if offered for Luke Bryan. Moving further back from the stage, there are three sections under the main pavilion roof. The first, the lower pavilion, consists of sections A, B, and C, and is immediately followed by a series of private VIP boxes, ranging in number from 1-100. The upper pavilion seats in sections D-H also feature covered reserved seating. The final section, a general admission lawn area, is furthest from the stage and will not be covered under the venue roof.
Klipsch Music Center General Information
For most performances at the Klipsch Music Center, sealed water bottles are allowed up to one liter in size. Food is generally also permitted, but must be contained in a transparent plastic bag with no more than a one gallon capacity, though coolers are prohibited. Most artists allow fans to bring small, personal cameras, but professional cameras are generally prohibited. For those with lawn seats, chairs with seats nine inches from the ground and under may be allowed at certain events. Every concert event is conducted rain or shine, and admission for children two and under is free.
Klipsch Music Center Parking Information
Parking for the amphitheater's grass lots is included in the price of Luke Bryan tickets, but a VIP Legacy Parking pass may also be purchased. Legacy Parking allows access to closer, paved lots near the venue, along with a private exit after the concert.
Klipsch Music Center Gate Times
While gate times may vary by event, guests are generally permitted inside the venue grounds one to two hours before the performance. Parking lots generally open one to two hours before the gates. Tailgating is permitted, though certain restrictions may apply.
Klipsch Music Center Accessibility
The Klipsch Music Center provides a variety of accessibility options. For in-depth assistance and information on accessibility, fans are advised to contact the venue directly. A staff member will be able to aid in arranging a hassle-free visit.