The Indiana Black Expo is moving its free Friday concert from the American Legion Mall to the Indiana Convention Center, due to possible severe weather. The change will limit the number of people able to go to the concert.
The Indiana Black Expo is moving its free Friday concert from the American Legion Mall to the Indiana Convention Center, due to possible severe weather.
INDIANAPOLIS -- There are no more tickets available for the Indiana Black Expo free Friday concert.
Indiana Black Expo officials moved the concert from the American Legion Mall to the Indiana Convention Center due to possible severe weather.
The change limited the number of people able to go to the concert.
The attendance at American Legion Mall in recent years has been 30,000. The capacity of the convention center area is 8,000.
he event did not initially require tickets, but tickets were issued for the new convention center concert. Complimentary tickets were given out Thursday and Friday before the concerts.
Anybody with a VIP ticket should bring their wristband with them and enter from the Maryland Street entrance. VIP ticket purchasers will be directed where to go upon their arrival.
The doors for the convention center will open at 4 p.m.
For more information, visit www.indianablackexpo.com/
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