Our Next Concert
Saturday, February 19, 2022 at 7 p.m. EST
All Tickets: $20
Hybrid Show: Attend one of two ways
Livestream via ZOOM
In-Person/Limited Capacity: Tickets available online right up until showtime provided the capacity has not been exceeded.
ONLINE SALES ONLY
No refunds or exchanges unless the event is cancelled.
Singer-songwriter Katie Dahl has performed her original songs everywhere from the dusty cliffs of Mali, to the winding canals of southern France, to the cedar forests of the American northwoods. Particularly well-respected on her home turf of Door County, Wisconsin, Katie tours regularly and has earned accolades nationwide for the depth and power of her alto voice, the literate candor of her songs, and the easy humor of her live performances.
In 2015, Katie’s song “Crowns” hit #1 on the folk radio charts. Her musical play “Victory Farm” premiered to high acclaim in 2012 and has since been made into a live cast album. Karen Impola of Iowa Public Radio says, “Katie Dahl’s music combines a love for her rural midwestern roots, a droll wit, and a clear-eyed appraisal of modern life, all served up in a voice as rich as cream.”
Plans for 2021/2022 Season
The Indy Folk Series has reopened to limited capacity in-peson events, at our normal location, as of December 2021. In addition, we intend to present each concert via high-quality livestream,
Safety protocols for in-person concerts include:
- Limited capacity
- Proof of Covid vaccination or proof of negative Covid test within 3 days of concert required for audience members, performers, and volunteers
- Masks strongly encouraged
- No indoor food or beverage
- Online ticket sales only
2021/2022 Season Lineup
For more information about each performer, click the photos.
About the Indy Folk Series
The Indy Folk Series is an all-ages listening room venue featuring superb acoustics, art on the walls, and candles on the tables. Concerts are held in the performance space at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis, our home since the series was founded in 2001.