Indiana-born country musician Clayton Anderson will perform in Dunn Meadow at 8 p.m. Friday, presented by the IU Auditorium as part of IU’s Open Air Venues initiative.
The IU graduate’s contemporary country songs draw on his childhood in Bedford, Indiana, and on summers spent by Monroe Lake.
“These are the weirdest times of our lives,” said Anderson in an email to the IDS. “I’m looking forward to gathering in Dunn Meadow, a meadow that’s held many historic events, to get away from our troubles and worries for a few hours and have a little fun for the glory of old IU!”
Capacity for the socially distanced event is limited, and tickets are available only to IU students for $5.
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