Photo Gallery: The Chicks Call It A Night At Ruoff Music Center

The Chicks | Ruoff Music Center | Noblesville, IN. | 06.19.2022 | Photos by: ©Pix Meyers 2022
The Chicks | Ruoff Music Center | Noblesville, IN. | 06.19.2022 | Photos by: ©Pix Meyers 2022

Indianapolis, IN. – Fans came out to Ruoff Music Center last night to see The Chicks (formally known as the Dixie Chicks) with special guest Patty Griffin – unfortunately, it didn’t turn out to be the night they were expecting. 

After hitting the stage full throttle with fan favorite “Sin Wagon“, lead vocalist Natalie Maines took no time explaining to the crowd she wasn’t feeling well due to terrible allergies (even commenting she had taken a (steroid) shot trying to get it under control to be able to perform). She promised to give it her best shot and apologized to the crowd up front it may get dodgy. The band continued on with the title track off their new album, “Gaslighter” and rolled right into “Texas Man”.  The Chicks were only able to get two more songs in “Julianna Calm Down” and “The Long Way Around” before Natalie made the hard call that no performer wants to make and admitted to the crowd she could no longer perform. Her voice was shot. She apologized and ended the show…

“Indianapolis, we are so sorry we could not give you the show you deserved OR the show we wanted to give you. We will be back Indianapolis! Hold onto your tickets.

Ticket holders will be contacted by the official point of purchase with further information.

We love you Indianapolis!”

The Chicks 



The Chicks are currently out touring behind their 2020 release Gaslighter through October! And as promised, they have already rescheduled the Indianapolis – Ruoff Music Center show for September 30th, 2022!

Patty Griffin with Gregory Alan Isakov opened the show featuring tunes off her newest release, Tape: Home Recordings & Rarities and will be out touring with The Chicks through the end of September.


Show Date: 6/19/2022

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I am a freelance photographer based in Indianapolis, Indiana specializing in concert and event photography. With my childhood love for music and photography plus the added influence from my mother (a Broadway Company Manager) and later from my husband (a live sound engineer) it seemed only natural to combine my passions and pursue my craft more seriously. I have been blessed with great opportunities to shoot fabulous performers and look forward to sharing my work and new adventures with Digital Beat Magazine. Be sure to look for me in the pit at the next show... They call me "Pixie Dare" Make sure to check out my portfolio at and be sure to find me on Facebook at Pix Meyers Photography and Instagram @pixmeyersphoto.