Concertgoers will have a new dining option at Klipsch Music Center this year.
As previously reported by the IBJ, the venue is launching “The Supper Club” as pre-show dining alternative at several concerts this summer.
Live Nation Entertainment, which owns the amphitheater in Noblesville, announced Wednesday that it will partner with CID Entertainment to offer The Supper Club starting at the Joe Walsh and Bad Company concert June 16.
The Supper Club will feature courses from chef Jeff Smith of Georgia Reese’s and executive chef Tyler Herald of Patachou. The menu and format will change and will range from “three-course meals to dine-around formats with supper-by-the-bite,” according to Live Nation.
“We are always looking for new and innovative experiences to present to the public and believe this is a great offering," Tom Mendenhall, vice president of Live Nation Indiana, said in a prepared statement.
Tickets cost $125-$135 per guest and do not include admission to the concert. A full bar with handcrafted cocktails or local beer and wine will be offered as well as access to limited VIP parking. The dinner will start two hours prior to the scheduled concert start time.
The Supper Club menu for June 16 includes beef tips, mini crab cakes, shrimp, fried chicken sandwiches, macaroni and cheese and smoked salmon.
The Supper Club will also be offered at the following concerts:
- Dead & Company, June 17
- Florida Georgia Line, June 18
- Kenny Chesney, June 30
- Def Leppard, July 1
- Luke Bryan, July 8-9
- Dave Matthews Band, July 22-23
- Daryl Hall and John Oates, July 24
- Hank Williams Jr. and Chris Stapleton, Aug. 26