Mutemath performs at Deep Ellum's Index Festival in Dallas, TX, on Sep. 27, 2014.

Mutemath performs at Deep Ellum's Index Festival in Dallas, TX, on Sep. 27, 2014.

Jason Janik/Special Contributor

Due to the incredibly packed fall festival season here in North Texas, Dallas' Index Fest has been rescheduled for spring 2016.

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The three-day indie music festival, founded in 2012, is a product of local promotion and production company Spune, which is working on several events this fall including The Reunion and Untapped Festival. Both are Dallas Morning News events that fall under subsidiary CrowdSource's umbrella with Spune as a partner.

The event was scheduled for September 25-26, 2015. According to a press release, Index Fest's new dates will be announced before Nov. 10.

"This change comes after careful consideration," says CEO Matthew Harber of Spune Productions. "We spent this past year focused on building strategic partnerships and securing additional resources so that Index can continue to provide the best, quality event festival-goers have come to expect while also attracting a new audience to the fast growing music community of Dallas."

Last September, Index Fest turned three years old and had its most successful year yet, hosting more than 90 bands across three outdoor stages and six live music venues in Deep Ellum. We called it Deep Ellum's own mini Austin City Limits. Event alumni include Mutemath, Local Natives, Ryan Bingham, Andrew Bird, Girl Talk and GZA.

If you already bought early bird tickets for the 2015 event, don't fret just yet. Spune is giving current ticket holders the option to secure passes for next year without paying an extra dime. Refunds are also available if you'd like one (contact Spune directly).

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