In the Summer, it is the perfect season to attend Klipsch Music Center concerts. Klipsch Music Center is an outdoor amphitheater located in Noblesville that will be hosting many concerts from May all the way through September. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers opened the 29th season of Klipsch Music Center last Saturday, May 13. The next concert will be June 2 starring Sam Hunt, Maren Morris and Chris Janson.
Sophomore Emma Eggers has been to multiple concerts at Klipsch, such as Train, Ed Sheeran, One Republic, 5 Seconds of Summer, Fifth Harmony, Panic at the Disco, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness and Weezer.
“My favorite moment was at the Panic at the Disco concert when it started pouring [rain],” Eggers said. “It was really unexpected, and it sounds weird but it just made it so much better.”
Klipsch Music Center has a seating capacity of 6,000 seats under the pavilion and 18,000 general admission seats in the lawn area. With so many available seats, Klipsch has been able to host a variety of concerts and festivals for certain music genres, reaching out to entertain all ages.
“Klipsch summer concerts are fun to attend if you buy lawn tickets, because you can hang out with your friends and just have a good time singing and dancing outdoors,” Eggers said. “Go to a Klipsch summer concert. It will be the best night of your life.” Photo contributed by Jack Leighty.