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Indiana State Fair concert tickets go on sale tomorrow, April 12. The lineup includes Carrie Underwood, Daughtry, Sugarland and “A Prairie Home Companion.”
Ticketmaster already is selling seats for Kenny Chesney at Lucas Oil Stadium in September. Group tickets are being sold for “The Lion King,” returning as part of the 08/09 Broadway series in December. And tickets went on sale last December for this December’s Celine Dion concert at Conseco Fieldhouse.
So how far in advance is too far when buying tickets? Do you find yourself waiting until the last minute when it comes to deciding whether or not to go to a concert or show? In Indianapolis, what do we really need to purchase far in advance (besides Jimmy Buffett tickets, of course)? What was the last show you couldn’t get tickets for because you waited too long?