Last fall, The Vogue became affiliated with the House of Blues clubs and began bringing in even more show-stopping performances like Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings. The place is always a good bet for solid concerts for bands that are not quite able to sell out Banker’s Life or Klipsch, which means that the house is packed for the good ones and tickets go fast. The Vogue is an obvious Indianapolis icon for live music, and it’s also become a staple for lovers of great cover bands, which come through the venue often. Tickets to a show sell out? You can always grab a latte from Hubbard and Cravens across the street and listen to what comes out the stage doors, or meet up with the band afterward at Vogue performer favorite, the Alley Cat.