FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) - The Symphony on the Prairie was evacuated for a second night Saturday due to lightning in the area.
The Indianapolis Symphony tweeted Saturday that lightning was within 10 -- 15 miles and the concert need to be stopped.
Patrons' rain checks can be used for Sunday's show.
The concert was also evacuated Friday night because of lightning.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra spokeswoman Jessica DiSanto says evacuations are prompted if lightning is within 15 miles of an event.
They need 10 minutes per 1,000 people to evacuate, DiSanto said.
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