One of the best parts about the Tri-State area, is we are so close to big cities. If we want to spend a day in Indianapolis, we can, it's not a far drive.  Many big tours make a stop in Noblesville, Indiana at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center that don't make a stop by the Tri-State,

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My husband and I have always been huge music fans, and we love going to concerts. We spend a lot of time tearing up the roads between Evansville and Indianapolis/Noblesville to catch many shows up there.  Unfortunately, the pandemic put a huge damper on our concert experiences, but thankfully I think we are *finally* seeing a return to normalcy, as more bands are heading out on the road again.

Good News For Concert Goers

If you love concerts as I do, and you have really missed them these past couple of years, good news, now you don't have to miss one, because LiveNation has brought back their Lawn Pass for Summer 2022.

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What is a LiveNation Lawn Pass?

LiveNation has brought back their Lawn Passes for 2022, and they have a Lawn Pass available for the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville Indiana. When you purchase the lawn pass you get access to almost all (there are a couple of exceptions) shows that come to Ruoff. The Lawn Pass acts as your ticket. Here's what LiveNation says about the pass:

1 Personalized pass that acts as your ticket to the Allegiant.com lawn for Ruoff Music Center's 2022 season*
Easy entry with 1 Fast Lane entry per concert (subject to availability)
General admission parking
Don't forget to bring your Lawn Pass with you to every show you attend!
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How Much is a Lawn Pass?

A Lawn Pass is $199 but if you go to like 4 concerts, it's paid for itself basically.

What Concerts Aren't Included?

According to LiveNation's website, the only two shows that aren't included in the lawn pass are Morgan Wallen on June 16th and Foo Fighters on August 1st.

 

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