Noblesville Announces 2019 Federal Hill Commons Concert Series Lineups


 Federal Hill Commons

Looking for fun, free live music in Noblesville this summer? The Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department has you covered. In addition to the previously announced Thursday night Summer Concert Series taking place at Dillon Park, the city is excited to announce the Federal Hill Commons concert line up for the season. In its third season at First Merchants Pavilion, this year will include two different free concert series, Concerts at the Commons Tour and Tribute Tour. Shows in each series will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday nights.

“With the success of our first two seasons, Federal Hill Commons has welcomed bands across the country and more than 30,000 attendees have enjoyed live music at Noblesville’s newest venue,” said Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett. “We are excited to expand our free shows this year to give the community more opportunities to enjoy Federal Hill Commons throughout the summer.”

Concerts at the Commons

Concerts at the Commons will take place on four Saturdays between May 25 and August 31. From regional and national bands to local favorites, the series will include a variety of music genres and artists for all ages to enjoy.

May 25 – Karen Waldrup (Country) with Essex County

June 29 – The Dweebs (Variety Rock) with Edward Zlaty Rock Band

August 24 – Hairbangers Ball (80’s rock hairband music) with Electric Revolution

August 31 – 16 Candles (80’s music) with Cosmic Situation

Tribute Tour presented by Myers Construction Management, Inc.

Federal Hill Commons also will host four Tribute concerts between June 15 and September 14. Each concert will pay tribute to a specific artist or band. 

June 15 – Separate Ways (Journey tribute band) with Fishers School of Rock

July 13 – Night Train (Guns N’ Roses tribute band) with Carmel School of Rock

Aug. 10 – Southern Accents (Tom Petty tribute band) with Lightner Shaffer Duo

Sept. 14 – Bobby Miller (Michael Jackson and Prince tribute band) with Groove Smash

“With the Saturday night concerts at Federal Hill Commons, along with the Summer Concert Series on Thursday nights at Dillon Park, Noblesville residents have numerous opportunities to enjoy free, live outdoor music with family, friends and neighbors. We have a great lineup this year, with some returning favorites from last year, as well as, some new bands that we are welcoming to Noblesville,” said Amber Mink, recreation program coordinator.

In addition to Tribute Tour presenting sponsor Myers Construction Management, Inc., the city would like to thank fellow Federal Hill Commons’ sponsors: First Merchants, McGavic Outdoor Power, USI Consultants, Indiana American Water, Hamilton County Tourism, Cambria Hotel and Duke Energy. Those interested in becoming a sponsor and supporting the series may contact Kristi Spehler at (317) 776-6350 or For more information about Federal Hill Commons’ events, visit