Indianapolis, IN 46208
About The Vogue
The Vogue opened in Broad Ripple 1938 originally as one of the premier movie houses of the Midwest and was even an adult movie theater during the 70’s. It has since become the neighborhood’s best nightclub spot for dancing, drinking and catching live music. This place is always a good bet for solid concerts. A hot pick for bands that aren't quite able to sell out Banker’s Life or Klipsch always ensures that the house is packed and tickets go fast. The Vogue is an obvious Indianapolis icon for live music and has also become a staple for lovers of great cover bands, which come through the venue often. Tickets to a show sell out? You can always grab a latte from Hubbard and Cravens across the street and listen to what comes out the stage doors, or meet up with the band afterward at Vogue performer favorite, the Alley Cat.
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In an era where large corporations control most of the live-music market, the Vogue is one of the few family-run large nightclubs in the city.
Local favorites the Max Allen Band, Borrow Tomorrow and Ladymoon took to The Vogue's capacious stage Friday heating things up on an otherwise freezing night.
Kramus stormed the stage at The Vogue on Friday, April 8, with local favorites The Breakdown Kings and Goliathon rounding out the bill.
Matt and Kim headlined the Rock for Riley fundraiser at the Vogue on Thursday, with special guests the Kemps.
Big hair, books and bruises await you, Indy! Check out Rock of Ages a night of Vonnegut, plus a Roller Girls bout among the weekend's top picks!
The Vogue was abuzz on Tuesday, April 19, with ReLegalize Indiana hosting and organizing the dopest event of the year, the first annual Indiana Cannabis Awards.
Interpol's founder talks about the early years, before Brooklyn was ground zero for indie rock. His band performs Friday at The Vogue.
Prior to a gig Monday at the Vogue, the founder of Aussie electro-pop band Cut Copy talks about 'Zonoscope,' graphic design and his creative process.
Aussie electro-pop band Cut Copy leaves it all on stage
— and an intense crowd gives back in equal portions, prompting a plea from the stage to tone it down a smidge.
Fifty shows into a tour drumming up support for a new album, British synthpop duo Erasure showed no signs of fatigue - and Andy Bell danced like a much younger man.
The only band in the world able to sell out to Disney and still remain relevant, They Might Be Giants showed no signs of slowing Thursday night at The Vogue.
Heaps of innocent paintings were destroyed, but one piece dodged the chainsaw, the acid bath and the breath of fire to win Art Vs. Art.
Foster the People gave the people what they wanted Tuesday night, playing a seven-minute version of
Pumped Up Kicks
with the whole tour crew on auxiliary percussion.
The Fest opened Friday night with concerts at The Vogue (Kate Lamont's farewell show) and the Connor's Pub Mega-tent (an A2/Rad Summer showcase).
Here Come the Mummies brings dead-sexy funk to The Vogue two nights this week. We spoke (moaned?) with their enigmatic leader, Java Mummy.
A Halloween meditation on the intricacies of metal's most outrageous band, GWAR.
Indianapolis is becoming one of the band's regular stops, thanks to singer/songwriter/guitarist Tim Jones' roots here.
Lotus performed for a small but dedicated crowd on a cold, rainy night in Indy.
How does one describe the latest Lotus effort? Let reviewer Micah Ling count the ways.
Perennial badasses, JJ Frey and MOFRO, unleashed their superbadness Friday night, Nov. 4, at The Vogue. The packed venue licked it up and cried for more.
Salvage Co. had no problem priming a pumped audience's as opener for JJ Grey and MOFRO at the Vogue on Friday, Nov. 4, 2011.
Don't Miss highlights a different local music luminary every week and their favorite new music. This week: Jon McLaughlin.
Brown County-based roots band return from their third European tour of 2011 to play their annual day-after-Thanksgiving show at The Vogue showcasing songs from a new album.
Brandi Carlile brought her tour to The Vogue with a sold-out show featuring guest artist Gregory Alan Isakov.
Each week, NUVO speaks to a local music luminary about their favorite new music. Local producer/performer Shy Guy Says makes this week's picks.
NUVO music blogger Grant Catton ranks the top eight shows he attended in the Indy area this year.
Where will you be this weekend? Perhaps at the Leisure Kings 2011 Holiday Extravanganza.
Welsh trio The Joy Formidable rocked The Vogue Friday night with beautiful noise during the last stop of their 2011 tour.
Frontman Aaron Bruno is enjoying the ride of fame that has come with AWOLNATION's popularity.
NUVO Photographer Phillip Hill shot the boys from Borrow Tomorrow at their album release show at The Vogue.
Far from their heady days of the '90s, The Lemonheads are still rocking their poppy alternative sound. They played 'It's a Shame About Ray'
solo acoustic by Dando.
Legendary jazz and funk artist Karl Denson will come to the Vogue to play a jazz rendition of the entire Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe played a round of original tunes then covered the Rolling Stones' 'Sticky Fingers' Thursday, Feb. 16 at the Vogue.
Catch a track from The Head and the Heart, who will be at the Vogue tonight.
After a performance at Studio 92 earlier in the day, Seattle's The Head and the Heart stopped by The Vogue.
DJ/producer Lorin Ashton - aka Bassnectar - thrives on creativity and community. He brings bass-heavy songs from his new album to the Egyptian Room next week.
The Psychedelic Furs played The Vogue on Wednesday, April 4.
Rockers Portugal. The Man and opening act The Lonely Forest brought solid sets to The Vogue on Monday night.
Four bands rocked the Vogue on Friday, April 27.
Hurt played with Phoenix on the Fault Line last week at the Vogue.
Diplo smashed the crowd at the Vogue with two hours of Jamaican dance hall tracks.
Perry played at the Vogue on Sunday, May 20.
Otis Gibb is a good storyteller, within his songs and between them.
Spanning 23 albums, 15 singles, several alter-egos, Bootsy Collins is a prolific, energetic performer with a knack for spinning his crowd into a dancing frenzy.
The band is sans Sam Llanas, but they're back with a brand new album that captures their classic sound.
Beach House, coming off an appearance at the Pitchfork Music Festival, gave an intimate and emotional performance at The Vogue.
NUVO writer Jordan Martich spoke to Russell Marsden, guitarist and singer for England's Band of Skulls.
A story VHI's 'Behind the Music; has told so many times: a band, a label, a fight, a breakup. Most bands don't get a second chance. Toadies did.
A return to the '90s last Friday at the Vogue.
Musical comraderie, love of a good hook, shows with your friends on the bill -- it's good to be Pragmatic.
Brian Venable encourages readers not to let a music magazine tell them what's cool, but we implore you to listen to us just this once: Lucero is cool.
NUVO spoke to Minus the Bear bassist Cory Murchy about their new album and upcoming tour.
With their newest album Infinity Overhead released through Dangerbird Records, Minus the Bear have completed five full-length recordings of the unique blend of rock, pop, jazz, dance, and electronic music that have earned them the respect of the music obsessed.
There's 20 music lovers with 20 brand new, inky additions to their bodies in this town.
’s a fine line between genius and stupidity.”
Jordan Martich reviews Minus the Bear's performance at The Vogue on Sept. 17 with Caspian and Cursive.
t was a great evening for lovers of true alternative '80s music.
One of the most convincing arguments you could make for the overlap between rap lyricists and poets would no doubt include a great deal of the work of Aesop Rock as evidence.
Jordan Martich reviews Trampled by Turtles' show at The Vogue October 19.
Sleigh Bells' Derek MIller and I have something in common. We love '70s-era Chicago.
The Vogue Theatre was transformed into Wembley Stadium, replete with chants, cheers and the sort of the feelings 'We Are The Champions' was written about.
Photos of Krewella, The Dub Knight, and Ninja Toji at the Vogue on November 2.
Manny Casillas reviews Matt and Kim at the Vogue Theatre.
Want to learn about the art of hippie moshing? Read on!
As they wielded both analog and digital devices, the guys from Digital Tape Machine brought fans of EDM a night of electronic endeavors.
They seemed fresh, fully alive and capable of the all things they were in 1991.
Sean Armie reviews Public Enemy at the Vogue Theatre
Seasoned by an assortment of festivals under their belts, a Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party Show and a string of big city shows, Main Squeeze anticipate leaving The Vogue
at their Friday show.
The Mundies, Peter Terry and the City Profits, and the Main Squeeze made for a night to remember.
Highlights from New Year's Eve events at Talbott Street and the Vogue.
Rachel watched Keller William's get a little loopy last Friday.
Joe Moore photographs Dirty Heads and Shiny Toy Guns at The Vogue.
Rodeo bull rider, Academy Award winner: yes, this is the same guy. He's also the highlight of our Spring Guide Launch Party this Friday.
The conclusion to our Pink Floyd tribute competition.
Rachel saw the hip-hop legends, but probably wouldn't do it again.
The Joy Formidable at the Vogue on April 7th.
Galactic, along with Lettuce's Nigel Hall, put on an impressive performance for funk and soul devotees at The Vogue on Thursday.
Photos of The Main Squeeze, Audiodacity and The Stone Foxes at the Vogue on April 12.
The MC is currently on tour in support of his sophomore effort Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. We caught up with Big Boi via phone in advance of his April 30 appearance at the Vogue.
Big Boi's performance at The Vogue proves to be one that will be tough to follow.
Rest assured, veteran mood masters Calexico are still on point and they're versatile as ever.
Kurt Vile and The Violators perform at The Vogue on Friday, July 12.
On Friday, July 19, Jason Wells will accomplish one of his career goals: play at The Vogue.
Dawes and Shovels and Rope stopped by The Vogue on Saturday, July 20.
The Vogue, which has hosted some legendary dance nights, is 2013's Best Place to Tear Up the Dance Floor in Indy.
Another new category, and another win for the Vogue, which hosts hip-hop regularly.
Where's the best place to go on a Wednesday? NUVO readers say it's the Vogue, which is known for their midweek dance parties.
Minus The Bear performed Sunday night at The Vogue alongside INVSN and Slow Bird.
The New York power-pop pros told stories of dead-end careers, skinny dipping and MILFS.
Neko returned to Indy for a show at the Vogue on Thursday, January 30. Thao and The Get Down Stay Down opened.
Snoop, are you a canine? A feline? An oversized dinosaur? Please don't tell me you're a Transformer.
What makes them great? Donuts. No shit.
Silly rabbit, tripping is for teenagers, murder is for murderers and hard drugs are for bartenders.
On her critically acclaimed third album, Somewhere Else, Loveless slings solid gold with brash Midwestern attitude and a heart on fire. She plays the Vogue on June 7 in support of Old 97's.
The Brit rockers pick their five essential tour listening albums, and answer a couple of questions about their current stops.
After more than 20 years as a band and 10 full-length albums, Old 97's have become trusted purveyors of hook-filled alt-country gold littered …
I feel like it's inevitable, that I have to get there, that I have to do something that I will just be intimidated by forever.
Sleigh Bells rocked the stage Saturday evening at The Vogue.
Cut Copy stops at Vogue with new album.
As human beings we are of the Earth, not just on the Earth,
says Xavier Rudd, Australian multi-instrumentalist and songwriter.
And society seems to think, these days, that we are on the Earth rather than of the Earth
Parliament Funkadelic performed at the Vogue Theatre last night alongside Sun Stereo. Here's a selection of photos from photographer Christian Doellner.
Dan Boeckner on, in order: new bands, new records, phones, Silicon Valley, Edward Snowden, Burma, carpet baggers, Walmart, James Holden, Perfect Pussy, Waxahatchee, authenticity, dance music.
Synthpop band Future Islands packed The Vogue this past Saturday in support of their newest album Singles. The group was supported by Dan Boeckner
’s latest band Operators. Here’s a glimpse into the show by photographer Kirsten Jackley.
The Vogue welcomed Hoosier native Rich Hardesty for an evening of feeling good on Friday, August 8th. Kelley Isenhower opened solo, offering f…
The 6th Annual Jay Brookinz Beat Battle is Saturday at the Vogue. We've got the details on why Brookinz picked each producer.
Jay Brookinz is prepping for his 6th annual Beat Battle by camping out for 48 hours in front of the Vogue.
Five DJs; 15 minutes; three genres. It's Red Bull Thre3style time.
Another snowy show for this jammy, bluegrassy band, who stops at the Vogue this weekend.
And booker Matt Schwegman to move to Louisville to book new historic venue.
Volcano Choir, featuring vocals from Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, is a complicated live act to stage.
It's really killing the border towns. The town, Calexico, is dying. It's pretty much dead since they raised the wall.
A new Bowie song + two new great concert announcements? Happy Tuesday, Indianapolis.
The Vogue lit up llast Friday for the Magnificent DJ Jazzy Jeff. He performed with locals DJ Prince, DJ Metrognome and DJ Indiana Jones while the crowd made room for an impromptu breakdance session.
Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman played The Vogue on their Hey Kirby Tour.
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