(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Country superstars Sugarland will be returning to Indianapolis later this month to play a free concert.
It'll be the final show on Sugarland’s "Incredible Machine" tour which was marked by tragedy August 13 when strong winds toppled a stage at the Indiana State Fair before the band was to perform. Seven people were killed and about 40 others were hurt.
All tickets from the State Fair show will be honored at the concert held at Conseco Fieldhouse on October 28. Tickets will become available for sale to the general public on October 15.
The band will also be accepting donations for the Indiana State Fair Remembrance Fund throughout the night.
According to the Associated Press, Indiana State Fair officials announced a plan under which the families of those killed in the stage collapse would be able to claim $35,000 each from the fund. People injured would be eligible for lesser amounts.
The relief fund is separate from the maximum $5 million the state has said it will pay toward legal claims to victims of the collapse. As of this week, the attorney general's office said a total of 50 legal claims had been filed.