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Live music events sound better than ever in Hamilton County. From a world-class concert hall, the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts and summer venues Symphony on the Prairie at Conner Prairie Interactive History Park and nationally recognized, Klipsch Music Center (formerly Verizon Wireless Music Center) to foot-stomping music halls and free (yes, we said free!) outdoor community concerts, visitors can experience live music virtually every day of the week.
If you love live music, we're playing your song. Hamilton County, Indiana's music scene can also take an indie track, or hip hop, or electronic, or just plain rock n' roll - just depends on the venue.
Whatever is on your iPod is also playing in Hamilton County!
The Carmel Symphony Orchestra presents a seven-concert series which includes a mix of classics and pops, holiday concert and Family Fun! concert.
Enjoy live music performances from several genres including jazz, big band, swing, bluegrass, and pop on weekend evenings in a non-alcohol and non-smoking environment. Admission: Varies. Call for show
Located at Exit 210 (formerly exit 10) off of I-69, Klipsch Music Center is recognized as one of North America's premier entertainment venues. A Live Nation venue, Klipsch Music Center hosts the top
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra presents Marsh Symphony on the Prairie, a series of great music and a stunning Hoosier sunset that make for an incredible combination.
The Center for the Performing Arts includes three venues: the Palladium, a 1,600-seat concert hall; The Tarkington Theater, a 500-seat proscenium state; and The Studio Theater, a flexible space for
Visit the Carmel Gazebo for a free Summer Concert Series - Wednesdays at 7:30
This 105-acre park has approximately five miles of trails great for jogging, hiking, bike riding. Cool Creek Nature Center educates the importance of native plants and animals in their natural
Dillon Park features a three level skate park, with large half-bowl, ramps, quarter-pipes and half-pipes plus handrails, stairs and a picnic table. Size: 12,000 to 13,000 square feet. Plus, Dillon
Beautiful Forest Park boasts several attractions and amenities including shelters, playgrounds, skate park, "Little Beauty" carousel, "Tom Thumb" putt-putt course, aquatic center, 9-hole golf course,
The Nickel Plate District, includes an outdoor trail as well as a state of the art amphitheater. The Nickel Plate Trail, located on the Nickel Plate Line, honors the history of the area by
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Carmel, IN 46032