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Indy Parks and Fishers Parks host summer concerts for friends and family

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As the weather begins to get warmer, Indy Parks and Fishers Parks begin to host free outdoor events for friends and families to enjoy. These events range from live performances of local bands, such as Toy Factory, to watching movies such as “Moana” with the family.

“There’s something for everyone, and I’m just really excited to kick off the season,” said Fishers Parks director Sarah Sandquist.

Indy Parks will have 60 concerts and four movies and Fishers Parks will have free live outdoor concerts. Both series will run throughout the summer.

Indy Parks’ Summer Concerts and Movies Series began May 22 with Huckleberry Funk and Allison Victoria performing at Holliday Park. Each park has a different music theme. For instance, Holliday Park’s theme is “Rock the Ruins.”

Indy Parks’ movie nights at Garfield Park Art Center are a good way to get children out of the house and enjoy a family activity. The four movies are held on select Fridays, with show times at 9 p.m. The Fishers’ Summer Concert Series begins June 1 and will be held at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater in downtown Fishers.

Concerts will be 7 p.m. every Tuesday, and 8 p.m. every Friday. Lunchtime concerts will be noon every Wednesday and feature entertainment for children. The series will conclude with a two-day Blues Fest on Labor Day.

Sandquist said Fishers Parks made sure to book different music genres in the series to create opportunities for everyone in the community to hear music they appreciate. Included in these performances is the well-known band, Toy Factory, as well as tributes to Prince and Bruno Mars.

Whether you want to sit outside and listen to jazz music with friends or watch “Wall-E” with your family, Indy and Fishers parks has something for you.

Contact staff writer Abriana Herron at 317-924-5143. Follow her on Twitter @abri_onyai.

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