Thank you for interest in Noblesville Main Street!

Noblesville Main Street is now in its 29th year of service to the heart of downtown Noblesville. Our focus continues to grow but is rooted in providing a positive experience by connecting our community around a wonderful, organic and historic asset in the Hamilton County Courthouse and surrounding blocks of businesses and residences.

Our programs, like the Farmers Market, draw more than 4,000 residents and visitors to our downtown each weekend, and special events, like the annual Street Dance, have attendance numbers exceeding 18,000 people in the heart of downtown. Our events continue to play an important part in the downtown Noblesville experience.

Noblesville Main Street also works in many ways that are less visible. We are divided into four committees (organization, economic development, design and promotions), each with a specific focus. Within that focus, each committee sets detailed goals and works diligently to achieve those goals. These committees are comprised of dedicated board members and volunteers who have a passion for downtown Noblesville.

We are leading the way as we plan events, we work to identify opportunities to partner with the City of Noblesville, the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce and businesses, like yours, dedicated to the quality of life in our community. By sharing resources and ideas among these parties, we achieve better collaboration, and we strive to improve the downtown Noblesville experience wherever we can.

Noblesville Main Street seeks to be a resource for historic preservation of the buildings we see before us and we are on a mission to create a local historic district and are pursuing state and national grants and awards to further bolster preservation efforts and economic development. Through in-depth review of our efforts, we have achieved accreditation for three straight years from the Indiana and National Main Street organizations.

Help us keep the heart of Noblesville thriving by becoming a sponsor or becoming a donor today. Your gift not only helps to empower our staff but also supports the 80 plus cultural arts opportunities we provide annually. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Music and All That Jazz Lineup

Noblesville Main Street and Executive Director Lorna Steele are pleased to announce that Music And All That Jazz will return to the courthouse square for seven shows starting Thursday, May 23, and continuing through Friday, October 4. Noblesville High School Assistant Band Director Bethany Robinson returns to secure talent and serve as the onsite host during each of the concerts.

2019 Music and All that Jazz Performance Dates and Lineup Includes:

July 5- Jazz Elements

Jazz Elements is a 6-piece band based in Indianapolis that specializes in jazz standards and songs from the Great American Songbook from Route 66 to Satin Doll and many more!  Plus they love to see folks dancing!  The line-up includes Jim Faux - Sax, Flute and Vocals, Judy Lynn Faux - Vocals, Jim Newel - Bass and Vocals, Bob McLeaish - Drums, Randy Harrison - Guitar, Orion Bell - Keyboard/Piano

August 2- Peter Luttrull Jazz Combo

An up-and-coming musician, composer and educator, Peter Luttrull has been on the Indianapolis for two years. Luttrull's playing and compositions are a unique blend of his own artistic expression and the jazz tradition. Listeners will find Luttrull's fusion of tradition and personal expression familiar, compelling and engaging.  Peter will be joined by some of Indy’s finest rhythm section musicians.

September 6- David Hartman Band

The David Hartman Band - Always a crowd favorite, the hometown guys always serve up a jazzy blend of standards, pop/rock, and original tunes! The band consists of: Jason Jasper - sax/EWI/vocals, Don Smith - trumpet/vocals, Tom Fowler - guitar, Greg Gegogeine - bass, David Hampton - drums, and David Hartman - guitar. If you like an eclectic mix of music (from Alman Brothers, Wes Montgomery, Beatles, AC/DC, Monk, Duke Ellington, Latin, Swing, Blues etc...), you will enjoy listening to this band's originals and arrangements. Bring your dancing shoes too!

October 4- Mudsock Jazz Combo

Mudsock Jazz Combo, one of nine Fishers Music Works Ensembles, was created in 2013 by trumpeter Doug Murray, as a way for musicians from Fishers and the surrounding area to play jazz in a flexible group which is able to perform in a variety of venues while also having a diverse library of jazz music ranging from 20s/30s era jazz, including Dixieland, up to jazz/rock fusion (e.g. Chicago, Blood, Sweat & Tears). The combo currently has a pool of fifteen musicians and four vocalists, which provides a unique versatility for this ensemble.

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