The Nickel Plate District Amphitheater (NPD AMP) and MOKB Presents announce Colony House featuring Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers on Saturday, July 16, 2022, and The Main Squeeze with special guests to be announced on Friday, Aug. 19, 2022. Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday, April 1 at npdamp.com.
Colony House is an American indie rock band from Franklin, Tenn. that steamrolled into the mainstream on their 2014 full-length debut, “When I Was Younger,” with its lead single “Silhouettes” becoming the No. 1 most-played track on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation for four consecutive months. In between constant touring and performances on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” “CONAN” and “Today,” they have also garnered widespread praise from New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Paste, Clash, Huffington Post, A.V. Club and Earmilk.
The Main Squeeze is a Los Angeles-based multicultural five-piece band that has built a cult following playing over 1,000 shows over the past nine years and toured with the likes of George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, String Cheese Incident and Umphrey's McGee Along with performing at festivals including Bonnaroo, Electric Forest and Firefly, they have also gained praise from NPR, Rolling Stone, Relix, and Wonderland; have collaborated with artists such as 6LACK and Gallant; and regularly host celebrity-attended gigs at their infamous “Squeeze House.”
The shows are part of Fishers Parks’ new summer concert series at the NPD AMP, which also features alternative blues band Houndmouth on Saturday, June 18, as well as indie music project Waxahatchee on Friday, Aug. 5. Additional summer shows and events will be announced soon. The NPD AMP will also host the Fishers Farmers’ Market, kicking off May 7, along with local community concerts and national tours. Updates on the 2022 summer schedule can be found at npdamp.com.
Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday, April 1 at 10 a.m. and will be available at npdamp.com and mokbpresents.com for $20 advance/$25 day of show. For ticketed shows, the venue is an all-ages facility and children ages two and under are permitted for free. Fans can also bring their own lawn chair and blankets. Additional information is available on the venue website at npdamp.com.