Thursdays | May 30 through July 18 | 6 to 8 p.m.
Kruse Family Stardust Terrace
Our Concerts on the Canal series is Indy’s favorite Thursday night summer hangout! This year, see your local favorites from Living Proof to Gordon Bonham to Jessie Brown.
The Stardust Terrace Café, outdoor grill and cash bar, operated by Hoaglin Catering, open at 5 p.m. Guests may bring their own food and nonalcoholic beverages to the concerts. All alcohol must be purchased and consumed on site. Free seating is available on the grassy area on the Canal Walk.
Tables for 8 are $60, $45 for members. Tables for 4 are $50, $35 for members. Single seats at a community table are $12, $10 for members. Half- and full-season packages are available. Event reservations are valid for the date and/or event of issue; no rain checks will be permitted. No pets and no smoking are allowed on the terrace. Free parking at the History Center is on a first-come basis. Nearby street or garage parking is available for a fee.
BUY TICKETS HERE.
Concerts on the Canal is presented by
In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be delayed or moved indoors to the Frank and Katrina Basile Theater. No food or drink will be allowed at indoor concerts, and only registered guests may be accommodated.
Country, rock and soul
June 13 (TABLES SOLD OUT)
Pop, R&B and dance
Member Recognition Night
June 20 (TABLES SOLD OUT)
Cabaret with mix of standards, bluesy jazz and pop
Soul, jazz and rock
July 11 (TABLES SOLD OUT)
Party songs you love to dance to
Free Admission Thursdays
The History Center is free on Thursdays during concert season and is open until 8 p.m.* See a different pop-up exhibition each week in Eli Lilly Hall in addition to our regular exhibits.
June 6 | The Golden Age: Indiana Literature (1880-1920)
June 13 | Local Speech, Global Reach
June 20 | The Faces of Lincoln – Creating the Image
June 27 | From Pencils to Pixels: Hoosier Cartoons and Comics
July 4 | TBD
July 11 | One Shot: The WWII Photography of John A. Bushemi
July 18 | Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye
Exhibits subject to change
*The History Center closes at 5 p.m. on July 4