We are also offering a VIP Rooftop Experience before the show at 3:30PM. This will include an acoustic intimate rooftop performance, artist meet and greet, Swag Bag: autographed tour poster, photos with the artists, stickers, coasters, koozies, pins, and more!. Hospitality/experience provided by our friends at Greenstar Brewing (small Greenstar beer) & Old Dominick. (Must be 21+ to participate).
Check out our Road Trip Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/121530820/playlist/3lRxL2eF1kdxh62xNjXIq3?si=Vr2IDNjEQx6wXsH5nn6GNQ
This will be Elizabeth Eckert’s second time on the Spotlight615 Road Trip tour. She is an artist on Right Recordings – London and will embark on her 3rd UK tour this fall. Indiana University Alum who loves touring the Midwest, and especially meeting fellow Hoosiers!
Sugar & Steel: The Nashville-based country duo made of husband and wife Spencer and Sidnye Askew, are taking the country music industry by storm. With love at the heart of their music, catchy tunes and chemistry unmatched, they are sharing their love story with anyone that will listen. Their debut EP, “Land Here” was released on March 16, 2018. Produced by Eric Torres and written by Sidnye, Spencer and fellow co-writers including Rob Crosby and Benjy Davis, the EP contains songs about passion, romance, real life and heartache. The record reached #13 on the iTunes country charts. 2018 is already a year of excitement for the duo. With the new album, national partnerships and upcoming show dates, you won’t want to miss the journey!
Bradford Loomis marries grit and melody to dig to the roots of American folklore and speak of the raw reality of the human condition with passion. His stories span several lifetimes of relatable emotions; bitterness & loss, deep longing & regret, enduring hope & love, elation & joy. Had he lived one hundred and fifty years ago, Bradford Loomis may have been riding rail cars out west or sailing down the Mississippi on a paddle boat. Or maybe he would have claimed his stake in the flat lands of the Midwest. Perhaps he would have plied his hand on a ranch in Texas. Born in the Northwest in more modern times, Bradford has lived to tell a different, but no less exciting, tale. Through years of choir, band and orchestra he discovered a powerful kinship to the songs and stories of those bygone eras as they helped show him a meaningful way to tell his story. Bravery and the Bell, (released March 24th 2017) is about legacy, both the lineage we are born into and that which we pass on. Whether burdened or buoyed by our generational inheritance, this album confronts the drudgery of simply surviving and sounds a call to stand up to the things that stand in the way of us truly passionately pursuing that which we were made to be.