Music In Transit Starts Fifth Season At IndyGo

Music in Transit, an award-winning concert web series presented by IndyGo, Square Cat Vinyl and GANGGANG, has started its fifth season this summer. This year’s season will showcase 10 Indianapolis-based and three Indiana-based multi-genre musical acts performing on an IndyGo rapid transit bus.

The new season can be viewed on Square Cat Vinyl’sYouTube channel and kicked off with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Cello Ensemble. After the season debut, new episodes will be released every Sunday, at 2 p.m. (Central Time). Featured performers and Indiana cities they represent include:

  • Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Cello Ensemble (co-headliner) – featuring musicians from Indiana’s world-class orchestra;
  • Brother O’ Brother – rock n roll (Indianapolis);
  • Inner Peace – hardcore rock (Indianapolis) (led by hip hop legend Drayco McCoy);
  • Everything, Now! – rock/pop (Muncie);
  • Emmaline (co-headliner) – jazz (Anderson);
  • Hyper Tensions – psychedelic rock (Bloomington); and,
  • Robin Raps – hip hop with brass band (Indianapolis).

As a special bonus this year, the first-ever “CHREECE IN TRANSIT” micro-series will feature six rappers backed by the legendary DJ Top Speed, in support of the Saturday, Aug. 26, return of the CHREECE hip-hop festival in Fountain Square.

Featured performers include:

  • Ali Buckets
  • Keyze AriZona
  • FoxdLegnd
  • Stokes
  • 4200 Kory
  • Jada Bell

Music in Transit was created in 2019 alongside the Arts Council of Indianapolis and Square Cat Vinyl, a coffee and record shop located along the Red Line in Fountain Square. The goal was to celebrate the local arts community as well as the expansion of public transit with the launch of the Red Line, Indianapolis’ first bus rapid transit (BRT) line. Since its inaugural season, the series has received eight Emmy nominations, with two wins for outstanding audio in 2019 and 2023. The series also received Indy Chamber’s 2020 Monumental Award for public art. Visit

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