Our 2021/2022 Season has ended.  Detailed information about ticketing for our 2022/2023 Season will be available by mid-August 2022, or sooner.  The following applied to our 2021/2022 Season, and we are likely to follow a similar pattern for the upcoming Season:

The Indy Folk Series is a volunteer-run organization and we do not have a box office.  All ticket sales are online and go through our ticketing partner, EventCombo. starting four weeks prior to each event.  Tickets available online, using your favorite device, right up until showtime, provided capacity has not been exceeded. 

We no longer accept cash, credit cards, or checks at the door, however our volunteers will gladly assist you in the lobby to purchase a ticket a ticket from EventCombo, provided that you can provide a credit card.   

The Indy Folk Series reopened to limited capacity in-person events, at our normal location, in December 2021.

In addition, we intend to present each concert via high-quality livestream, so that audience members will be able to choose, in advance of each concert, whether they wish to attend in-person or via livestream, and have implemented a new ticketing system to accommodate those changes.  We have also simplified our ticket pricing structure.

Covid safety protocols for in-person concerts include: 

  • Limited capacity
  • Online ticket sales only; No ticket sales at the door.   
  • Proof of Covid vaccination or proof of negative Covid test within 3 days of concert required for audience members, performers, and volunteers.  We will check this at the door. 
  • Audience members who cannot provide proof of  vaccination/negative test may not attend in-person events, but are encouraged to attend the concert via livestream
  • Masks strongly encouraged 
  • Safety protocols for food and beverage

We understand that the vaccine requirement may be controversial.  This decision was not made lightly, and was based, in part, on the prevailing sentiment among those in the performing arts community.  The intent is to protect the most vulnerable among us, We hope that you will understand, respect, and abide by this decision. 

Below is a brief message from our November performer, John McCutcheon, about vaccines:

Further details will be announced as soon as they are available.  Please bear with us as our volunteers work to re-invent our concert series from the ground up in order to accommodate the “new normal” that is the future of live music!