From family favorites to new and exciting sounds, the Fishers Summer Concert Series brought to you by Fishers Parks & Recreation is back with something for everyone!
Happening every Tuesday and Friday at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater (NPD AMP), this year’s free concert series presented by IU Health Saxony proves that the NPD AMP is more than just a stage, it’s a community destination.
Tuesday Night Concerts start at 7 p.m., and Friday Night Shows start at 8 p.m. Outside food, coolers, lawn chairs, and blankets are welcome.
Parking is located in the Switch, Police, and Spark Apartments garages. Accessible parking is located in the east City Hall lot. See a parking map.
Restrooms are located in the pavilion and in the AMP building to the west of the stage. See the Venue Map for more info.
Friday Night Concerts presented by IU Health Saxony
Fridays, June 7 - August 23 | 8 - 10 PM | NPD AMP
August 16: Signs of Life: The American Pink Floyd with special guest Phil Pierle sponsored by Grand Brook Memory Care
August 23: TheTravelin’ McCourys with special guest Fishers Music Works' Fishers Switch Vibe
New this summer, Fishers Parks & Recreation is AMP’ing up concert season with aspecial show on Saturday night. The free concert starts at 8 p.m., no tickets required. Learn more about this exciting act.
August 17: Huckleberry Funk with special guest 31SVN Dance
Wednesday Lunchtime Concerts presented by Meyer Najem
Wednesdays, June 5 – August 28 | Noon – 1 PM | Central Green
New this year, enjoy entertainment for both adults and children! Each week rotates between local singers/songwriters and children’s performers during this lunchtime concert. *Indicates a children’s show.
August 14: Phil Pierle
August 21: Mr. Daniel*
August 28: Tim & Jay
Safety & Weather Updates
For the safety and enjoyment of all attendees, no scooters, skateboards, roller skates or blades, or bicycles are allowed.
Check the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater Facebook page and Fishers Parks & Recreation Twitter for event updates and weather rescheduling.