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Bush will perform this summer at White River State Park



Indianapolis, Indiana – With special guests Jerry Cantrell and Candlebox, Bush is gearing up for their 30th anniversary and planning to take the party to White River State Park this summer.

The Grammy-nominated English rock band, whose debut album, Sixteen Stone, hit record store shelves in 1994, has sold more than 24 million records. Their 2024 tour will travel across North America in support of Loaded: The Greatest Hits, the first-ever compilation of their greatest hits, which includes 21 tracks spanning nearly 30 years.

The band will perform hit songs like “Glycerine,” “Comedown,” “Flowers on a Grave,” “Machinehead,” and more at the Everwise Amphitheater in downtown Indianapolis on Sunday, August 4.

With Billboard praising singer Gavin Rossdale’s performance and noting that “[Rossdale] seems driven to connect with his audience and remind them that Bush is not just a heritage act, but very much alive and well and making new music,” Bush’s 2023 tour earned the band a renewed deal.

Candlebox, a 90s rock group, and Jerry Cantrell, the lead guitarist and creator of Alice in Chains, will be joining Bush.

Visit Bush’s website to purchase a ticket. Sales of tickets begin at 10 a.m. on Friday, January 19.

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