Mother's Day is this weekend and the city of Indianapolis has a wide variety of concerts and shows to enjoy over the next few days. Those who love alternative rock will particularly have a hard time choosing between some of the many great shows available. Here are just a few options.
British rock band Bush are bringing their tour to Old National Centre on May 11. The band is out touring in support of their seventh studio album Black and White Rainbows. The show will also feature a performance from The Kickback. Tickets for the show are available here. Tickets start at $20 and the show is all ages.
Canadian rock band Sum 41 will be making a stop in Indianapolis on Mother's Day at the Old National Centre. The band is touring in support of their sixth studio album 13 Voices. The We Will Detonate! Tour also features Pierce The Veil. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. The show is all ages and tickets start at $20.
Pennsylvania alternative rock band Breaking Benjamin are headed to Indianapolis on May 12 for a show at Old National Centre. The band is still touring behind their 2015 album Dark Before Dawn. Tickets can be purchased here. Tickets start at $20 and the show is all ages.
South Carolina singer/songwriter Edwin McCain will be making a stop at The Rathskeller in Indianapolis on May 11. He is touring in support of his new EP O Edwin, Where Art Thou?. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. Tickets start at $20 and the show is for those 21 and over.
New York City rock band The Pretty Reckless and Seattle rock band Soundgarden will be in town tomorrow for a show at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn. The Pretty Reckless is touring behind their 2016 release Who You Selling For and Soundgarden is getting ready to release their seventh album this Summer. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. Tickets start at $24 and the show is all ages.