By Mark Ambrogi
When The Warehouse, a 150-seat music venue in Carmel, announced it was closing Jan. 24, it left two concerts scheduled this week in limbo. Both concerts have found a new venue on the same scheduled night s in Indianapolis. All tickets for The Warehouse show will be honored at each concert.
Singer Sara Watkins, an original member of Nickel Creek, will perform at 8 p.m. Jan. 27 in the Deluxe room at the Old National Centre, 502 N. New Jersey St. Tickets from Warehouse show will be honored at the door. A proof of purchase is required if the the tickets had not been issued. Additional general admission tickets are available at oldnationalcentre.com for $20.
Watkins and Duke Tumatoe’s representatives both learned of the closing of The Warehouse in a Jan. 24 email.
Duke Tumatoe, a blues singer, will perform at 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at Birdy’s Bar and Grill, 2131 E. 71st St. Those who had tickets for the sold-out Warehouse show can show it for entrance into Birdy’s. All ticket holders will receive a free copy of Tumatoe’s new album, “How Much Crazy Can You Take,” which will be released worldwide Feb. 3. Additional tickets will be available for $35 at the door, which was the price fans paid for Warehouse tickets, said Tumatoe’s manager Justin Seidenberg.