Needtobreathe to play at Old National Centre Indianapolis

On Wednesday, Nov. 8, The Old National Centre will play host to rock band Needtobreathe and opener, Wilder. Both bands will be making a stop in Indianapolis while out on the “All the Feels Tour.”


For over 15 years, South Carolina’s Needtobreathe has produced catchy Christian rock. Through years of hard work, brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart have led this band from independently released records and EPs to record labels, Billboard charts, and multiple GMA Dove awards along with a Grammy nomination. Now, a year removed from “Hard Love,” the band’s sixth studio album, Needtobreathe is flying high and headlining a brand new tour.

Whether you’re familiar with the band’s discography or not, there’s a good chance you’ve heard a song or two over the past decade and a half. “More Time,” a track from the 2007 album “The Heat” was featured in the film “P.S. I Love You,” and Taylor Swift fans will likely recognize the band as the opener for her 2011 “Speak Now World Tour.”

Through dedication to both their craft and their faith, the Rinehart brothers, Seth Bolt, and Josh Lovelace have brought this band a long way and are basking in the fruits of their success. To find out more about Needtobreathe, check out their Facebook page or website.


Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Wilder is a self-described “Alternative Folk-Rock” four-piece that has started to make a name for itself since its formation back in January 2015. Made up of four talented guys: Charlie Greene, Ben Booth, Taylor Dubray, and Chase Wofford, Wilder is coming off the recent release of a new single, “California.”

Through this single as well as a series of acoustic sessions on Youtube, Wilder is clearly looking to make waves in the music industry, and these Needtobreathe shows are certainly a step in the right direction. To learn more about Wilder and listen to the new single, check out their Facebook page or website.


So, if you’re interested in high-energy, positive alternative rock from a seasoned veteran and an up-and-coming act, you’ll definitely want to check out this show on Nov. 8.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the show starts at 7:00 p.m. Tickets start at $30.50, but hurry, because this show is likely to sell out.


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