New Outdoor Concert Amphitheater Set to Open in Southern Indiana
Calling all music lovers in Indiana and beyond! Get ready to experience live music under the stars at a stunning new venue: Castle Knoll Amphitheater! Nestled in the rolling hills of Paoli, Indiana, this exciting addition to the entertainment scene promises unforgettable nights of music, history, and natural beauty.
A Dream Realized:
Castle Knoll Farms, a historic early 20th-century property, is undergoing a beautiful transformation. The amphitheater takes center stage, breathing new life into the once-working farm. Owner Jerry Fuhs, along with Carrie Berg and Audrey Brames of Wilstem Wildlife Park, have dreamt of this moment for years. They have partnered with the experienced team at The Eric Group, known for managing successful venues and events.
More Than Just Concerts:
Step onto the grounds and immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the land. Imagine farm animals roaming these very fields, supplying fresh produce to nearby resorts in the 1920s. The iconic white barns and rolling hills whisper tales of a bygone era, adding a unique charm to your concert experience.
The Eric Group brings over 40 years of expertise to the table, promising top-notch events at Castle Knoll. With a capacity of 8,000 fans, the amphitheater is poised to attract major acts and inject vibrant energy into the local tourism scene.
Location, Location, Location:
Strategically located near French Lick and Paoli, Castle Knoll is the perfect weekend getaway destination. Combine your concert with visits to Wilstem Wildlife Park, Big Splash Adventures, or world-class golf courses. The historic French Lick Resorts are also a short drive away, making it an ideal spot for family vacations and memorable getaways.
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