Federal Hill Commons Concerts

Announcement: With the popularity of our Saturday Concerts at the Commons, for everyone's safety and to allow for social distancing, some adjustments are being made for the remaining concerts this season. 
*Attendance capacity will be set at 2,000 (50% of the lawn's capacity) and the event lawn will be fenced. 
*Gates will open at 6 p.m. before each concert and wristbands will be given out at that time on a first come first served basis.
*Restrooms, playground, and food and drink vendors will be accessible inside the fenced area for attendees with wristbands.
*Viewing areas will be marked with paint and will include a walkway buffer to help keep people distanced. 
*Reentry into the fenced area will be permitted for those with wristbands during each concert.


Free concerts return to First Merchants Pavilion at Federal Hill Commons! The Concerts at the Commons Tour includes eight free concerts from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday nights through July and September. Attendees of all ages are invited to bring chairs and blankets to enjoy a concert in the park!

The CDC social distancing guidelines will remain in place during the concert series and attendees are asked to plan for those changes, including keeping a distance of six feet from others. The event lawn at Federal Hill Commons has a capacity of 4,000 people, which allows space for attendees to spread out and enjoy the concerts. The City of Noblesville follows the Governor’s Back on Track plan and will continue monitoring for any changes that could impact future events or the concert series.

All staff and attendees (ages 8 and older) are required to wear masks in indoor public spaces or in outside public spaces when it is not possible to socially distance per the state mandate by Governor Holcomb.  Masks are strongly recommended for ages 2-7.

Free parking and trolley rides to and from the concerts:

Federal Hill Commons Trolley Map

Concerts at the CommonsConcerts at the Common Tour, presented by Myers Construction Management, Inc. 
July 11 – Living on a Bad Name (Bon Jovi Tribute) with opening band, Fishers School of Rock
August 8 
– Night Train (Guns N’ Roses Tribute) with opening band, The Cosmic Situation
August 22 – Trippin Billies (Dave Matthews Band Tribute) with opening band, Jai Baker
August 29 
– The Eagles Project (Eagles Tribute) with opening band, Carmel School of Rock
September 5 – Mellencougar (John Mellencamp Tribute) with opening band, Groove Smash
September 12 
– Dan McGuinness Band (CCR Tribute) with opening band, Corey Cox
September 19 – Hairbangers Ball (80’s rock hairband music) with opening band, Roughouse
September 26 – Southern Accents (Tom Petty Tribute) with opening band, Alan Kaye & The Toons

We would like to thank the following sponsors for helping to make the Concerts at the Commons possible for the community to enjoy! 

Stop the Spread COVID
First Merchants logo
McGavic Logo
Hilton Garden Inn logo
Aspen Creek Grill logo
Matteos logo
Duke Energy Logo
Etica Logo