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Hoosier Dome

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1627 Prospect St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About Hoosier Dome

The Hoosier Dome is an all-ages venue run by Piradical Productions. They host around 14-15 concerts a month, including various festivals. Piradical has grown from moshing around in church basements to running their own unique space. They strive to be a positive place for people of all ages to see their favorite national and local bands. Located in Fountain Square, this venue is a few blocks away from most of the surrounding established clubs located at State and Prospect. They have managed to stay open after hosting a Dude Fest and have had little to no problems with their neighbors, unlike the now defunct ES Jungle. Volunteer run, and full of heart.

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During this week's fest, local hardcore band The Dream is Dead will play a final show in memory of Jared Southwick, the band's guitarist who died this year at age 34.

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Shots from two nights of Dude Fest, the annual gathering for metal and hardcore bands, held this year at Fountain Square all-ages venue The Hoosier Dome.

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After a boom in DIY punk shows, the scene has fallen victim to apathy and exhaustion. Selm urges the disaffected to stop watching 'River Monsters' and go to a show.

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Ska/reggae/dub band The Pinstripes brought infectious melodic grooves to Fountain Square last night at all-ages venue The Hoosier Dome.

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The Day After's The Year will be a fitting love letter to the scene that helped shape and define them over the last three years.

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Let's be honest, describing music is kind of like trying to chew a fart.

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Wise words from Blane Fonda lead singer Mark Wetzel, whose band will perform at Punk Rock Prom.

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Indianapolis all-agers celebrated in grand style with their annual Punk Rock Prom, featuring Blane Fonda, Diarrhea Planet and The Green Room Rockers.

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Bands come and go and your sub-genre of choice might not be as strong as you want it to be, but if your scene isn't what you want - do something about it instead of complaining.

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Diarrhea Planet's frontman Jordan Smith talks about playing in his hometown, crediting Nashville for his musical talents and poop jokes.