Symphony on the Prairie
Guests can pack a picnic and a blanket to enjoy music under the stars on summer evenings. Three large LED screens give a better view to those lounging on the lawn. For those that prefer a spot closer to the stage, the Amphitheatre offers reserved seats and tables. Or you can choose to upgrade your evening with the ultimate VIP experience at the ISO Sunset Lounge, an exclusive covered lounge area with private bathrooms and special parking access.
Following local, state and federal health protocols, Kroger Symphony on the Prairie will open to full-capacity.
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.
Gates open at 6 p.m. and concerts begin at 8 p.m. each evening.
June 25 and 27: Revolution: Music of the Beatles - A Symphonic Experience
July 2 – 4: Star Spangled Symphony
July 9 – 10: Face 2 Face: Tribute to Billy Joel & Elton John
July 16 – 17: Bee Gees Now!
July 23 – 24: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
July 30 – 31: One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen & The Works
Aug. 6 – 7: The Temptations
Aug. 13: The Nauti Yachtys ftg. Josh Kaufman
Aug. 14: Frankie Moreno
Aug. 20 – 21: Southern Accents: Music of Tom Petty
Aug. 27 – 28: Abbamania
Sept. 3 – 4: Brass Transit: The Music of Chicago
Sept. 10 – 11: Who's Bad Music Presents: The Evolution of Pop