Dan Weber

Dan Weber

Saturday, May 17, 2025, 7 p.m. ET

Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

All Tickets: $20

 + $2.34 service fee

Hybrid Show: Attend one of two ways

In-Person: Tickets available online right up until showtime provided the capacity has not been exceeded.


Livestream via ZOOM


No refunds or exchanges unless the event is cancelled.

Dan Weber is an award winning songwriter who has been described as “reminiscent of early John Prine.”

A former Park Ranger at Canyonlands National Park, Weber draws inspiration from a wide range of life experiences: growing up as an altar boy and Eagle Scout; painting houses, following the Grateful Dead; and quitting his real estate business to pursue songwriting and touring full-time. He has a knack for telling funny stories, so if you like Guy Clark, Robert Earl Keen, or Hayes Carll, you’ll love Dan Weber’s music.

In 2019, Dan was the winner of the prestigious Woody Guthrie songwriting contest for ‘Ever Since Columbine’, and in 2021 he was named a rare 4 time finalist in the legendary Kerrville ‘New Folk’ songwriting competition. In 2022, he released ‘The Way the River Goes’, which promises to be his best work yet. He currently lives near Dallas, Texas.

Legendary Folk troubadour Ramblin’ Jack Elliott said “I love Dan’s songs and he tells really good stories.”


This event will be held in the performance space of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis, located at 615 W. 43rd. St., Indianapolis, IN 46208 (near Butler University.) Follow these DIRECTIONS to join the fun.

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