All In Music & Arts Festival is making its way back to Indianapolis to return for 2023, their second year of the festival. After an awesome turn out for their debut year, they are coming back to the Indiana State Fairgrounds with a couple changes. This year’s event will operate slightly differently with all main stage performances in the Indiana Farmers Coliseum to avoid any type of rain delays. The rain definitely threw a little bit of a wrench in the set times last year, but it sure didn’t stop fans from enjoying the performances. All other performances will take place outside on the Main Street Stage. This gives you the best of both worlds, getting to enjoy music in the bright summer weather and then heading inside for an air-conditioned performance. Along with music, vendors and food trucks will also be returning.
All In’s signature Dreamsets will also proudly be happening this year honoring the iconic music of Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. Co-founder Steve Sybesma says “The 2022 debut was a celebration of music and community and I am proud to help bring this annual event to my hometown and watch it grow for the state of Indiana and beyond. A splendid time is guaranteed for all.”
Last year’s event was truly a unique time. With classic rock bands, modern pop, and a ton of diversity, it truly brought communities and generations together. I loved being able to bounce around to different stages and experience such a unique line-up of performers. The Dreamsets were such an interesting take on honoring music from legends in the industry. They featured so many artists from all over on one stage to celebrate songs that have shaped our society.
This year’s line up includes: Anastasio & Classic TAB, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Umphrey’s McGee including a Led Zeppelin Dreamset featuring Jason Bonham, Greensky Bluegrass, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Cory Wong, The Main Squeeze, Andy Frasco and The U.N., Neighbor, Eggy, Karina Rykman, Hyryder and more that will be announced at a later time.
All In Music & Arts Festival will take place on September 9 and 10 and tickets are currently on sale. While there are options for camping, space is very limited. I hope some familiar faces return and new faces get to enjoy such an awesome festival. Head over to their website here to purchase tickets and to get more information.