Howard @ HI-FI Annex
LOCAL MUSIC GIT DOWN W/ HOWARD, HALF THE NEIGHBORHOOD, AUSTIN STIRLING & MORE @ HI-FI ANNEX INDIANAPOLIS
DOORS: 2:00 PM, SHOW: 2:30 PM
FULL BAR FOR 21+ GUESTS, LIMITED PICNIC TABLE SEATING IS AVAILABLE. LAWN CHAIRS PERMITTED IN DESIGNATED AREAS.
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING, CAPACITY LIMITED TO 250.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: ALL AGES | CHILDREN 5 & UNDER FREE W/ ADULT.
ALL GUESTS MUST WEAR A FACE COVERING PER MARION COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN. DISPOSABLE FACE MASKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE BOX OFFICE, BUT QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED. THIS POLICY IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON THE ORDER OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND AT THE VENUE’S DISCRETION.
ALL TICKETS ARE NON TRANSFERABLE AND NON REFUNDABLE UNLESS INCLEMENT WEATHER FORCES A VENUE CHANGE OR CANCELLATION. SUPPORT ACTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
ALL GUESTS ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING WAIVER OF LIABILITY .
Your health and safety are our top priority. HI-FI Annex will endeavor to comply with state and local orders while following CDC and Indiana Board of Health guidelines on social distancing, face coverings, and capacity. You acknowledge and agree that HI-FI Annex shall not be responsible for any illness to persons of your household or family, or yourself, and any corresponding damage, claim, or expense, of any kind, that you, your family members, or your household may experience or incur in connection with contracting COVID-19 as a result of visiting HI-FI Annex.
Indianapolis-based rock, soul and jam. Howard features original songs by Matt Salsbery & Matt Mays. Members include Matt Wilson (Johnny Socko, Homunculus) Leroy (John Strahl, Brian Deer) and more.
About Half The Neighborhood:
What is Half The Neighborhood? We are a collection of neighbors with careers and families, all with varying degrees of experience playing and performing live music over many years past. We come from different musical mediums and perspectives, and combine to form an eclectic, energetic, and accurate 6 piece cover band. We play sets consisting of Rock, Rap, Americana, and Alternative songs that eschew the overplayed, impress the musical snobs, excite and involve the general audience, creating a diverse body of work. We play fundraisers that support cancer research, feed the hungry, contribute to parish outreach, provide toys to needy kids, and lift families facing personal challenges. We pride ourselves on putting out a good product and having a great time. While our philanthropic work provides help to those who need it…it provides us with satisfaction, unadulterated fun, and a community of friends who want to get involved and raise the stakes. Everybody wins, and more things in life should be that way.
About Austin Stirling:
If you’re Mr. Stirling, the redoubtable frontman of the once Hangdog Hearts, you’ve earned the respects of your peers, while converting audiences worldwide. Stirling took all that traveling experience into the studio, consolidated it with some southern-fried focus, and created his debut solo album, Slave. A driven accumulation of fire and brimstone, floated with whiskey and gasoline. He doesn’t stick to formalized roots or folk: that’s a blueprint too many of his contemporaries have used to build a shrine to a stereotypical religion. Instead, he mixes up a serious mesh of influences from Blues, Country, the sweaty vibes of Rockabilly, and Saturday evening mischief before Sunday morning reflection. His music stretches through dozens of styles, but always comes out sounding like his own badass reflection . He holds tightly the reins of the music until it’s time to break free like wild bulls, allowing his recordings the opportunity to discover the brilliant energy that is his live show.