Conveyer, Ghost Key, Household, more to perform at The Hoosier Dome this Sunday

As the month of September kicked off, Conveyer’s album release tour embarked on a month-long trip, stopping in over 20 cities within the United States. This upcoming Sunday, September 27, Conveyer will wrap up the When Given Time To Grow tour at The Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana, supported by Ghost Key, Household, New Heart, Guilt Trip, Safe House and From Cities Above. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and performances will begin at 6:30 p.m. Admission to the show will cost $12 at the door.

Although it might be the tour’s final day, showgoers can bet on an excellent performance showing no sign of exhaustion. Chris Bayless, guitarist of Ghost Key (No Sleep Records) said the band plans to leave it all on the stage, the perfect finish to a journey he described as “lit and wild.”

You can expect us to let out all of the energy we have left. We’ll be trying to end this tour on a good note and have some fun doing it,” said Bayless.

As an initiative to get showgoers extra rowdy, show photographer and local celebrity Errick Easterday will be filming a portion of Conveyer’s set for Victory Records to utilize as footage for a music video. All in all, this event offers a solid lineup complete with several must-see, signed and local bands.

There’s a lot of bands on this with something good to say, all different styles of alternative music with a good chance that you’ll hear something you’ll enjoy and maybe even take something away from what you heard,” said Bayless.

“The Hoosier Dome itself is a place where everyone has always been welcome no matter who you are. No better environment for a first time showgoer.”

To RSVP to this event, click here.


Written by Chelsea Renee Scofield


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