INDIANAPOLIS (CelebrityAccess) Live Nation is expected to contribute more than $8 million to the proposed permanat stage to be built at Indianapolis’ White River State Park amphitheater.
The stage is the first element of a $27 million project for the facility, the 6,000-capacity Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park. The White River State Park Development Commission expects to being building the stage next month, according to the Indianapolis Star.
The commission’s executive director, Carolene Mays-Medley, told members of the State Budget Committee that the commission wants to build a permanent stage, seating, restrooms and an artist amenity building, among other improvements, according to the Indianapolis Business Journal.
“The lack of restrooms is our No. 1 complaint,” Mays-Medley reportedly said.
The first phase is expected to include new restrooms at the visitor’s center, the stage house and other infrastructure. The second phase, which includes everything else, is expected to be completed by 2020.