Bush is coming to Indy. Some fans will get to see their favorite band from 1994 for $19.94

Jenny Porter Tilley
Indianapolis Star
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The year is 1994. You're tuned in to 103.3FM on your double-deck boom box, ready to hit record when the new single "Everything Zen" starts playing.

And this year, some lucky Bush fans will get to see the band live for just $19.94, in honor of the release date of their debut album, "Sixteen Stone." A limited number of tickets at that price (before taxes) will be released in some markets, including Indianapolis. A representative from Live Nation said in an email that supplies of those tickets are limited, and they're available during presale.

When is Bush coming to Indianapolis?

Bush is scheduled to perform at the Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park on Aug. 4 as part of BUSH - Loaded: The Greatest Hits Tour.

Jerry Cantrell and Candlebox were announced as special guest on the North American tour.

When will Bush be on The Tonight Show?

Bush is set to perform a special version of their hit song "Glycerine" on Tuesday, Jan. 16, on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," according to a news release. The band also is scheduled to appear on NBC's "Today" on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Get tickets to Bush in Indianapolis

Presale began Jan. 16, and tickets for the general public go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19. Visit bushofficial.com/tour for more information.

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