Midnight Run performs till dark at Hoosier Dome

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Sammi Fehlinger sings with two other Hamilton Southeastern high school students at Mo’s Irish Pub on Oct. 13. Photo used with permission of Kary Fehlinger.

Helen Rummel, Reporter

Fishers sophomore Sammi Fehlinger and four other band members (Matthew, Courtney Neely and HSE brothers JD and Brandon Hughes) play together in a band, Midnight Run, around Fishers performing various classic rock and current covers. They have played at various restaurants such as Mo’s Irish Pub and events like the DePauw University Dance Marathon.

The group is collaborating with We Are Forever, a local band, and playing at the Hoosier Dome on Jan. 12 at 6:30. The doors open at 6:15 and tickets are $15 at the door.

“Stay all night if you can. If you can’t I understand, it’s late,” Fehlinger said. Midnight Run typically plays covers that cater to their audience.

A few songs that they have played in the past are “Come Together” by The Beatles, “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd and “Love Runs Out” by One Republic.

“We like to please the crowd, so we play whatever was popular when our crowd was around,” Fehlinger said.

Other performers that night will be Caity McBride and Postcard. They hope people attend for a night of music.