Daryl Hall & John Oates, Cage the Elephant, John Fogerty and Portugal. The Man will headline the inaugural edition of the All In Music & Arts Festival on Labor Day weekend (Sept. 3-4) in Indianapolis, Indiana. The event will take place at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on what producers promised will be an “intimate capacity footprint” for a show that will also feature sets from Trampled By Turtles, Lucinda Williams and Her Band, Dawes, Misterwives, Mike Campbell & the Dirty Knobs, The Four Tops, Dumpstaphunk and more.
“This festival is going to be the greatest project of my career. I’m beyond excited to create a new chapter in live music history right here in my beloved hometown of Indianapolis,” said festival co-founder Steve Sybesma, who is teaming up with fellow Indy native Dave Lucas and Bonnaroo alum and Okeechobee co-founder Paul Peck and artist manager Kevin Browning to produce the event.
In addition to premium local food and beverages, a beer garden with local craft brews and signature cocktails, organizers boast that the State Fairgrounds will feature easy access and parking and ample, clean permanent restroom facilities for all attendees. In a nod to Peck’s legendary Bonnaroo Superjams and Okechobee PoWows, All in will host two “Dreamsets,” which will celebrate the music of Tom Petty and the Allman Brothers; the Petty set will star Dawes and others and the Allman set will be led by Duane Betts, John “JOJO” Hermann of Widespread Panic and others.
The festival will also offer a limited number of camping spots with water, power and sewer available at the permanent camping facilities on the State Fairgrounds available on a first-come, first-serve basis. A limited number of Early Bird 2-Day General Admission tickets and 2-Day VIP tickets will go on sale on Tuesday (May 10) at 10 a.m. EST here; for more ticketing information click here.