Indianapolis, IN 46208
About Old National Centre
Old National Centre is that crazy Shriners building just off of Mass Ave. The long-standing, beloved Murat Theatre is home to numerous Broadway Across America shows and an eclectic bill of touring musicians and entertainers. Everyone from the Black Crowes to comedian Kathy Griffin has visited this grand location. An all-encompassing venue including the legendary Egyptian Room, which regularly hosts all-ages shows featuring up-and-coming national acts, as well as established local bands. The uniquely decorated Egyptian Room at the Old National center boasts live music from acts traveling the country. Bands ranging from Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros to Bassnectar have made the Egyptian Room their venue of choice.
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Lyle Lovett showcased his musical knowledge in a set of originals and covers.
Peep photos from the Chiodos show on Saturday, September 15 at Old National Centre.
Sufjan's explosively odd, at times melancholy and all around joyously performed holiday show got weird.
Shots of The Flaming Lips at Old National Centre on Monday, April 29.
Christian Murphy captured shots of Peter Murphy performing at Old National Centre.
Atlas Genius makes their second 2013 appearance in Indy with Haerts and The Postelles at Old National Centre.
Devour The Day with Sevendust and Otherwise at the Old National Centre on Friday, July 12.
This album, more than any of the others, has more of a theme and undercurrent about revival, and showing up, and gratitude.
I'm likely to live in a city where history's all around you, architecturally and in those [historic] stories.
The Tillers took the stage at Old National Centre on Friday to perform their American roots music to a good crowd.
One day. More than forty metal bands. Are you ready?
I feel like more of a weather system than a human.
Jenny Lewis performed at Old National Centre last Thursday alongside The Apache Relay. Here's a collection of shots snapped by photographer Kristen Pugh at the show.
Bleachers, fronted by Fun. guitar player Jack Antonoff, made their first stop on their Strange Desire World Tour this past Wednesday at the Old National Centre. Supported by MisterWives, the two indie pop bands packed the Deluxe room. Catch a glimpse into the show by photographer Kirsten Jackley.
St. Lucia packed the Deluxe room at Old National Centre this past Tuesday evening with opener Party Lines. If you weren't there, check out what you missed by photographer Kirsten Jackley.
Betty Who brought her High Society Tour to the Old National Centre on Wednesday where she sang of her heartbreak dream and showed the crowd that somebody does love them. Opening for Who was artists Joywave and Great Good Fine OK.
Pierce The Veil
Sleeping With Sirens came to Indy on Saturday night with their World Tour. Openers included Pvris and Mallory Knox.
Rich Meyer, Highly Suspect's down-to-Earth lead singer and bassist sheds some light on the inspiration behind the band's two-time, Grammy nominated debut album Mister Asylum, as well as life on Cape Cod.