Head North and Hodera Coming to The Hoosier Dome


Next Tuesday, November 14th, be sure to get out to The Hoosier Dome in Fountain Square, Indianapolis for another great show. Playing on Tuesday night will be the bands Head North, and Hodera, along with several smaller acts.

Head North

Head North’s appearance at The Hoosier Dome on Tuesday night will serve as the kickoff show for their fall tour this year. While they tour around the country, Head North will be promoting their most recent album, “The Last Living Man Alive Ever In The History Of The World”. The album released in June 2017, and also serves as the band’s first official LP. You can listen to it for free on Bandcamp. Head North consists of Brent Martone, Ben Lieber, Alex Matos, and Eli Ritter.

For more information on Head North, you can visit their website, or Facebook page.


Hodera is an indie rock/folk band from New Jersey, whose songs seem to walk a line between a slight country twang and more mainstream pop/rock. The band is made up of members Matthew Smith (lead vocals and guitar), Doug Gallo (lead guitar), Alek Mager (bass), and Scott Tilley (drums). While there isn’t much information regarding the history of Hodera, their profile lists, “collectively 616 in dog years”, under their “about” section.

To learn more about Hodera, you can also visit their website or Facebook page. You can also listen to them on Bandcamp.

Additional Acts

Stay Outside

Stay Outside is an indie rock band from Indianapolis, IN. Their debut EP, “Okay, For Now” released in June of 2016. Stay Outside consists of Aaron Becker, Garrett Johnston, Sean West, and Noah Mitchener. You can find them on Facebook.


Summerbruise is a relatively new local indie band. Their debut EP is set to release on New Year’s Day. Summerbruise can also be found on Facebook.


Yet another Indiana local to play will be Caving. You can listen to the three-song EP by Caving on Bandcamp. And once again, there’s always Facebook.


The show on Tuesday night starts at 7:00 pm at The Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis. Ticket prices range from twelve to fourteen dollars.


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