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Rolling Stones at IMS Info

Rolling Stones at IMS Info

1 Comment 02 July 2015

The Rolling Stones hit the IMS Saturday. Here is everything you need to know to prepare for the show that night.

All tickets include General Parking in the following lots outside of the IMS oval:

  • Lot 7
  • Lot 1A, 1B, 1C
  • Lot 2

Permit parking is available for $75 as an upgrade to all concert concert attendees. Premier parking will be filled on a first-come, first-served locationin the following infield locations:

  • Turn 3 infield
  • Turn 4 infield

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  • 4pm – IMS Gates & All Parking Lots (Interior & Exterior) Open
  • 6:45pm – Saints of Valory
  • 8pm – Rascal Flats
  • 9pm – The Rolling Stones
  • 11:30pm – Massive Fireworks Show
  • 12am – IMS Gates Close

Gate Restrictions
The Rolling Stones concert will be standing room only so coolers and lawn chairs will not be allowed into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Professional cameras with detachable lenses will not be allowed within IMS. Umbrellas, iPads and Selfie Sticks will also NOT be allowed within IMS. Blankets will be allowed inside the concert. View Full List of Restrictions

Traffic & Directions

  • General parking and gates will open at 4 p.m., the IMS ticket office will open at noon and remote ticket locations will be open at 3 p.m. The first act is scheduled to take the stage at 6:45 p.m.
  • Gate 2 will only be open or credentialed vehicles, there will no free public parking in the infield.
  • Guests without infield parking passes are encouraged to follow I-465 to 38th Street, south on Georgetown to Lots 1A and 1B; and left on 30th to the North 40/Lot 7.
  • In addition, guests can take I-465 to Crawfordsville Road, turn left on Winton, and turn right on 20th Street to proceed to Lot 2. Or guests can enter roundabout on Crawfordsville Road to head east on 16th Street and proceed to Main Gate parking and Lot 3P.
  • No vehicular traffic will be allowed down Georgetown past 25th except local traffic and suite guests with suite hangtags to park in Hulman Terrace Lot.
  • Limos and minibuses will only be allowed to drop off and pick-up in the Hulman Lot across from Gate 7 on Georgetown Road. Cabs and Uber vehicles are instructed to pick up and drop off in Lot 3P (across 16th Street from Gate 2).

Seating Information

  • The stage’s infield location doesn’t lend itself to use IMS permanent seating, so Rolling Stones management created a viewing experience that would be the most beneficial to guests.
  • IMS anticipates that the space allotted for the general admission sections will allow for concert goers to comfortably sit and enjoy the show, rather than it be standing room only.
  • The overall feel of the evening will be much like a music festival and fans will be encouraged to bring blankets and cushions to enhance their comfort.
  • Guests are not allowed to bring in lawn chairs or umbrellas.
  • Admission for children ages 3 & under is free.
World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 7/1/15

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 7/1/15

No Comments 01 July 2015

Chris Squire

Chris Squire

  • Yes Co-Founder Chris Squire dies (UCR)
  • Foo Fighters to continue touring despite Dave Grohl’s broken leg (Paste)
  • David Crosby confirms Joni Mitchell’s aneurysm: ‘She is not speaking yet’ (Billboard)
  • Grateful Dead’s reunion concert ends with controversial $50,000 rainbow (CoS)
  • Dan Auerbach’s band The Arcs stream new song “Outta My Mind” (NME)
  • Watch U2 debut “Innocence” bonus track “The Crystal Ballroom” live (Rolling Stone)
  • That Wavves/Cloud Nothings collaborative album is available now (AV Club)
  • Morrissey moves Nashville show to a smaller venue (Spin)
  • Ty Segall debuts new song, covers Neil Young’s “For the Turnstiles” (Pitchfork)
  • Rolling Stones release secret Los Angeles club show as Sticky Fingers Live (UCR)
  • Reunited Veruca Salt releases a powerful new single, “Empty Bottle” (Paste)
  • Watch the Dalai Lama Join Patti Smith on stage at Glastonbury 2015 (Billboard)
  • Glen Hansard announces sophomore solo LP, shares video for “Winning Streak” (CoS)
  • Bastille debut new material as they play secret Glastonbury set (NME)
  • Grateful Dead announce box set releases of final concerts (Rolling Stone)
  • Local H covers Peter Gabriel’s “Shock The Monkey” (AV Club)
  • Faith No More covered Foo Fighters’ “All My Life” at Rock Werchter (Spin)
  • Toro Y Moi shares “That Instead of This” (Pitchfork)
  • John Fogerty sends concert tickets to fan seeking miracle (UCR)
  • Syd Barrett documentary Have You Got It? to be released this summer (Paste)
  • Kings of Leon beginning work on 7th album (Billboard)
  • Dave Grohl “terrified” to watch Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck (CoS)
  • Madison Square Garden serves meat platters during all-vegan Morrissey gig (NME)
  • Watch 14-year-old Amy Winehouse sing “Happy Birthday” in new doc (Rolling Stone)
  • Elliot Moss premieres “Best Light” video (Stereogum)
  • Mark Kozelek pays tribute to Yes bassist Chris Squire (Spin)
  • Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon co-designs festival guide for Eaux Claires(Pitchfork)
  • Jeff Lynne’s ELO announce Live in Hyde Park concert film (UCR)
  • Thurston Moore boycotts Israel for “Brutal human rights violations” (Paste)
  • Watch Ed Sheeran and the Rolling Stones jam through “Beast of Burden” (Billboard)
  • Frank Turner says next album might be drum ‘n’ bass or country (NME)
  • Florence and the Machine cover Foo Fighters at Glastonbury (Rolling Stone)
  • Watch Vincent debut new song “Everyone You Know Will Go Away” (Spin)
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  • Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones team for rare show in New York (Billboard)


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First Experience: Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

First Experience: Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

2 Comments 29 June 2015

Andrew McMahon

Andrew McMahon is coming to Indy for a WTTS First Experience on Sunday, July 26.  The solo, acoustic performance happens at Tin Roof downtown and is for 92-3 VIPs only. Register to win a pair of passes in the VIP Room now. You can register once a day through July 20.  A WTTS First Experience with Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness live at the Tin Roof, courtesy of Vanguard Records.

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David Gray & Amos Lee at the Lawn

David Gray & Amos Lee at the Lawn

1 Comment 29 June 2015

On Saturday, June 27th WTTS Presented David Gray and Amos Lee at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park. Below are photos from the show.

David Gray

Amos Lee

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