Yes, you may bring dogs provided they are on a leash, the owner cleans up any waste, and the owner strictly adheres to all proper “pet etiquette”. If an event is ticketed, tickets will detail pet permissions.
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Free street and garage parking is available throughout the Nickel Plate District. Garage parking is available in The Depot and Flats at Switch parking garage located to the east and west of City Hall, as well as in the new Police Station garage and One North garage located at the corner of Maple and North Streets. See a parking map.
For most summer concerts and large events, accessible parking is located in the north Fire Department lot to the west of City Hall. Please check the Fishers Parks & Recreation Facebook and Twitter pages for event specific details.
Yes, the Nickel Plate District AMP is accessible for all abilities. For most summer concerts and large events, accessible parking is located in the north Fire Department lot to the west of City Hall. Please check the Fishers Parks & Recreation Facebook and Twitter pages for event specific details.
Coolers and outside food and drinks are welcome during Tuesday and Friday Night Summer Concerts and Wednesday Concerts on the Central Green. Alcohol is permitted at these shows (no glass bottles please). If a show is ticketed, tickets will detail cooler/food permissions for that concert.
Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome at all shows, and are especially encouraged on rainy days and nights.
Sometimes bad weather arrives resulting in a show cancellation. Check the Fishers Parks & Recreation Facebook and Twitter pages for event and weather updates.
Given the diverse nature of events at the NPD AMP, there may or may not be food available. We work with local food trucks in an effort to have at least one truck present during Tuesday and Friday night concerts. There are also several Nickel Plate District restaurants that are in walking distance of the venue.
Public restrooms are located in the Pavilion south of the NPD AMP, and include accessible restrooms and changing tables. Portolets are also available during concerts and large events.
The NPD AMP or Central Green in front of City Hall does not permit chewing tobacco, vaping, or smoking.
Lost children will be taken to the Fishers Parks & Recreation tent and an announcement will be made from the stage to reunite parents with children.
We typically suggest no earlier than a couple hours before the event. For some shows, Fishers Parks & Recreation will provide pre-show activities an hour before the concert begins. For ticketed shows, door and showtimes will be listed on the ticket.
If inclement weather should arise during a concert, an announcement will be made from the stage followed by evacuation of the venue. Weather and cancellations updates will be posted on Fishers Parks & Recreation's Facebook and Twitter pages.
While City Hall may be open for some events, entry is not guaranteed during events at the NPD AMP.
The NPD AMP is located at 6 Municipal Drive, Fishers, IN 46038.
Bike racks are available at City Hall.
Please notify event organizers, volunteers, staff, or city personnel immediately.
The following behavior and activities are grounds for eviction from the Nickel Plate District AMP:
The Nickel Plate Amphitheater will not be responsible for any personal belongings or items of any type. However, any item turned into city staff will be placed at lost and found at Fishers City Hall for 30 days.
The following items are not allowed at the NPD AMP:
Any other item deemed unacceptable by the City of Fishers is not allowed.
While most concerts the NPD AMP are free, some larger shows require tickets to ensure public safety and crowd control including:
Follow Fishers Parks & Recreation on Facebook and Twitter for updates on tickets and ticketed events.
For ticketed events, children over the age of 2 require tickets for admission. Children ages 2 and under do not need a ticket.