Fountain Square Music Festival Announces Lineup

Article Contributed by Bohlsen Group | Published on Thursday, August 17, 2017

Absorb and MOKB Presents today announced details regarding single day tickets, single day lineups and additional artists for the 2017 Fountain Square Music Festival (FSMF). The event will feature a fantastic new creative direction and immersive music festival experience in Indianapolis’ historic Fountain Square neighborhood on Friday and Saturday, October 6-7, 2017. The total lineup for FSMF now features performances from over 60 cutting-edge artists on five stages. Two-day passes and single-day tickets are on sale now at or VIP passes for this event have all been sold.

Performing on Friday, October 6 will be: Dr. Dog, Real Estate, COIN, Welshly Arms, Flint Eastwood, Lily & Madeleine, Arlie, MORGXN, Jake McMullen, Brandon Whyde, BIYO, PRXZM, Shiny Penny, Thunder Dreamer, THE WLDLFE, Slater Hogan, Player Piano, Coyote Talk, Saint Aubin, Hales Corner, Peter Oren, Manray, Caleb McCoach, The Tourists, Keller & Cole, Emily Blue, Back To The Future with DJ Metrognome, and more.

Performing on Saturday, October 7 will be: Phantogram, Bishop Briggs, The Cool Kids, Richard Edwards, Why?, Bryce Vine, Hoops, Dan Luke & The Raid, Dream Chief, Warbly Jets, Mike Floss, Malcolm London, Okey Dokey, Public, Ghost Gun Summer, Myzica, JAC, CJ Boyd, Mike Adams At His Honest Weight, Charlie Ballantine, Busman’s Holiday, DJ Indiana Jones & Topspeed, Clint Breeze & The Groove, The Blue Stones, Henry Chadwick, House Ghost, Amy O, Mathaius Young, Bigfoot Yancey, America Owns The Moon, J. Elliott, Vess Ruhtenberg, Brandon Lott, Manners, Please, Master Key, and more.

Day-by-day artist lineups have been posted at The final official festival schedule, including exact artist set times, will be released soon.

FSMF creates a unique format allowing artists and audiences to converge. In addition to performances at various music venues throughout the popular Fountain Square neighborhood, FSMF will unveil its first-ever immersive outdoor stage as part of its commitment to creating unique fan experiences. THE NUCLEUS main stage will feature powerful lighting and production design elements to create a unique experience on popular Virginia Avenue, with customized visual installations for audiences to become intrinsic participants in an explosive atmosphere. Utilizing the neighborhood’s convenient infrastructure in a captivating new way, all FSMF stages will be within one block of each other. After beginning as a neighborhood festival, FSMF has become a destination event dedicated to modern experience, technology and culinary arts while also hosting some of modern music's most influential artists.


Two-day general admission passes are available for $99. Friday single-day tickets are available for $49, and Saturday single-day tickets are $59. Two-day passes and single-day tickets are on sale now at and The previously announced VIP passes are sold out. Full festival lineup and event details can be found at

FSMF is an initiative of Southeast Neighborhood Development, a non-profit organization. A portion of the proceeds will go back to benefiting neighborhood organizations.