A Full Schedule and Full Capacity for 2021 Kroger Symphony on the Prairie

Symphony on the Prairie

New concerts featuring audience favorites for maximum-capacity audiences.

Following local, state and federal health protocols, Kroger Symphony on the Prairie will open to full-capacity beginning with the first scheduled concert, this Friday, June 25.

To assure the safest and most comfortable environment, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, in partnership with Conner Prairie will issue a maximum of 8,000 date-specific tickets each performance this summer. All patrons must purchase tickets via the ISO website or purchase discounted tickets at any Central Indiana Kroger location. Once purchased, date-specific tickets will be deposited in each patron’s ISO account. Every attendee age 3 and over must have a ticket to enter each performance; children 2 and under are free.

As part of the announcement, reserved tables have been configured to increase capacity and additional tables available for purchase. Reserved table holders will receive information about adding seats to their reservations directly from the ISO. Current table holders are being contacted directly to address their needs.

Performing at the Conner Prairie Symphony Bowl, the full line up for the 2021 Kroger Symphony on the Prairie includes:
 
June 25 & 27
REVOLUTION: The Music of the Beatles — A Symphonic Experience

Featuring the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Jack Everly
 
July 2-4
Star-Spangled Symphony
Featuring the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Jacob Joyce
Special guests Kevin Lin & Dean Dorrell
 
July 9-10
Face 2 Face — Billy Joel / Elton John Tribute
 
July 16-17

Bee Gees Now!

July 23-24
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
 
July 30- July 31
One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen & The Works
 
August 6-7
The Temptations
 
August 13
The Nauti Yachtys ft. Josh Kaufman
 
August 14
Frankie Moreno
 
August 20-21
Southern Accents: The Music of Tom Petty                       
 
August 27-28
ABBAMANIA

 
September 3-4
Brass Transit: The Music of Chicago
 
September 10-11
Who’s Bad Music Presents: The Evolution of Pop

Gates open at 6 p.m. and concerts begin at 8 p.m. each evening (with the exception of this Sunday’s Revolution: The Music of the Beatles when gates open at 5 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m.).

For answers to frequently asked questions, visit the ISO’s Symphony on the Prairie website.

 
Special thanks to our generous partners at Kroger for their continued support of Symphony on the Prairie. The ISO is also grateful for the continued support of Huntington Bank as the Presenting Sponsor of the Sunset Lounge.

About the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Since its founding in 1930, the ISO has presented a range of classical, pops, family and holiday programming to hundreds of thousands of people each year. The ISO continues to engage new audiences through innovative programming including the DeHaan Classical Series, the Printing Partners Pops Series, the holiday traditions of AES Indiana Yuletide Celebration, the Stella Artois Happy Hour at the Symphony Series, and the popular Bank of America Film Series. Support from individuals, corporations, and foundations is vital in helping our orchestra fulfill its mission. For more information, visit www.IndianapolisSymphonyOrchestra.org.