Jason Wilber

Jason Wilber

Saturday, February 17, 2024, 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.

Based in Bloomington IN, Jason Wilber is a singer, guitar player, songwriter, and recording artist, among his many talents. In addition to his work as a solo recording artist, he is also known as the long time lead guitar player for singer-songwriter John Prine.

In Wilber’s multi-decade journey with Prine, the Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer has graced stages from the Grand Ole Opry to Austin City Limits, Seth Myers & Conan to Letterman & Colbert. And he’s been a key player in high-profile collaborations with a host of legends including Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Todd Snider, Tom Russell, Miranda Lambert, Susan Tedeschi, Josh Ritter, Kacey Musgraves & more.

Jason Wilber’s latest solo record, Time Traveler, is a new addition to an ever-deepening catalog that includes Lost In Your Hometown (1998), Behind the Midway (2000), King For A Day (2004), Lazy Afternoon (2006), Ghost of Summers Past (2009), Secret Window (2014) Echoes (2016), and Reaction Time (2017), Time Traveler is Wilber’s 9th solo record, and sure to be considered one of his finest.

In addition to his prolific touring and recording career, Jason Wilber hosted the syndicated radio series, In Search of a Song, which featured long form interviews with singers, songwriters, musicians, and producers from 2006-2016,  He also served as C0-Executive Producer on the compilation CD Coal Country Music featuring Willie Nelson, Gillian Welch, Ralph Stanley, Kathy Mattea, Justin Townes Earle, Natalie Merchant, Diana Jones, Tom T. Hall, Bonnie Raitt, John Prine, Jean Ritchie, and other artists, who all contributed their talents to benefit the Alliance for Appalachia’s work to stop Mountain Top Removal in rural Appalachia.


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.

Never miss a show!


Support Us