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Jun 2

Friends of Garfield Park Present Hank Ruff

Garfield Park
$20 - $30
Presented By: Friends of Garfield Park
Doors: 6:30 PM
Start Time: 7:30 pm

MacAllister Amphitheater at Garfield Park

General Admission - Lawn, Seats/Bleachers
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Add to Calendar 06/02/2023 07:30 PM06/02/2023 10:00 PMFriends of Garfield Park Present Hank RuffMore Information: https://mokbpresents.com/event/friends-of-garfield-park-present-hank-ruff/Garfield Park

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CountryIndiana Artist

As a recent graduate from Indiana University, Hank Ruff has been building a name for himself throughout the state of Indiana while being in college. After his latest EP "Hellbender" went #1 on the iTunes all-genre chart, Ruff is furthering this momentum by beginning to play all over the midwest and beyond, playing shows with country stars like Jordan Davis, Michael Ray, and Conner Smith, to name a few. Hank Ruff is bringing his more neo-traditional brand of country music all over the United States, and doesn't plan to stop there.

Hank was born and raised in Southern Indiana, and has been playing country music around the state since the age of 11. Named after Hank Williams Sr., Ruff began playing the mandolin and playing at bluegrass jams, and eventually picking up the guitar and learning classic country songs like "Hey Good Lookin" and "Mama Tried". Ruff started playing with his dad's band, "The Dew Daddies", and soon after that he began writing songs with his dad by the time he was in high school. Most of Ruff's catalogue is comprised of songs that the two wrote together, including "If the Boot Fits". Filled with steel guitar and fiddle, these songs embody what Ruff and his music is all about: combining elements of the traditional country sound with modern influences, and bringing a little more of the classic elements of the distinctive country sound back into mainstream country music.


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About the Venue

The MAC was constructed in the mid-1920s and was originally referred to as the Amphitheater. It has hosted a number of musical and theatrical shows, including Guess Who, Dolly Pardon, Chuck Mangione, and the first production of Starlight Musicals in 1944.  Local Shakespeare groups have often performed at the center and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra regularly schedules Symphony in the Park events each summer. The MacAllister Amphitheater has hosted a number of MOKB Presents Summer Concerts including Father John Misty, Houndmouth, Borns, Greensky Bluegrass and the annual Holler On The Hill Music Festival.
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Amenities: Free Parking, Outdoor Seating, General Admission and Reserved Seating (Most Shows), Food Trucks, Beverage Stations, Full Bar, Easy Access to Red Line station

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Parking: Free Parking. Check our Garfield Park page a few days before your event to access the parking map.
Rain or shine, no refunds.

In the event any event cancelled do to a threat to public safety, including Covid-19, tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.
2432 Conservatory Drive Indianapolis, IN 46203

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