Tickets

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 or checks at the door, however our volunteers will gladly assist you in the lobby to purchase a ticket via EventCombo, provided that you have a credit card.

We strive to be accessible, inclusive, and welcoming to all. If you need accommodations, please contact us: IndyFolkSeries@gmail.com.

Hogeye Navvy - 12/31/22

6:15 pm: Doors open, Pipers and Dancers begin Entertainment

7:00 pm: Hogeye Navvy takes the stage

Tickets: $20 – $30  On sale December 3, 2022

In-Person OR Livestream via ZOOM

In Person: $30 (includes Scottish-style finger food and one special beverage)

Livestream via Zoom: $20*

All ticket sales online. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.

*Please be aware that some of the special Hogmanay activities may not translate well to Zoom, although we’ll do our best to give our Zoomers a taste of the in-person experience.

Stone and Snow - 1/21/23

Tickets $20: on sale 12/24/22

In-Person OR Livestream via ZOOM.  All ticket sales online. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.

Indy Irish Arts: Workshops & Ceili - 2/18/23

Ticket info coming soon

In-Person OR Livestream via ZOOM.  All ticket sales online. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.

Dan Navarro - 3/11/23

Tickets $20: on sale 2/11/23

In-Person OR Livestream via ZOOM.  All ticket sales online. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.

Joe Crookston - 4/15/23

Tickets $20: on sale 3/18/23

In-Person OR Livestream via ZOOM.  All ticket sales online. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.

Scott Cook - 5/20/23

Tickets $20: on sale 4/22/23

In-Person OR Livestream via ZOOM.  All ticket sales online. No refunds unless the event is cancelled.

The Indy Folk Series reopened to in-person events in December 2021.  

Beginning with our 2021/2022 Season, we began presenting each concert via high-quality livestream, so that audience members may choose, in advance of each concert, whether they wish to attend in-person or via livestream.   We implemented a new ticketing system and simplified our ticket pricing structure to accommodate those changes.  

We had all hoped that Covid would be a thing of the past by now, but sadly, it is not.  In order to protect the health of our performers, audience members and volunteers, safety protocols for in-person concerts include: 

  • Covid vaccination required for audience members, performers, and volunteers. Audience members who are not vaccinated are encouraged to view via remote livestream
  • Masks strongly encouraged 
  • Safety protocols for food and beverage 
  • Online ticket sales only

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 2021 performer, John McCutcheon, about vaccines:

The Indy Folk Series is a relaxed, comfortable venue, with seating up to about 200.  Acousistics and sightlines are excellent throughtout the room. We do not offer reserved or assigned seating.

If you need accommodations with regard to seating, please contact us via email at IndyFolkSeries@gmail.com with as much advance notice as feasible.