There is nothing like the sweet sounds of music pouring over the spring and summer grass. Sitting in the shade, the warm breeze blowing in my hair, while my ears receive every note, every movement, every single change in tempo and dynamic. Luckily for you and me, the wonderful gift of outdoor concerts is one given frequently without charge in Indy.
Every May, Indianapolis is blanketed with signs reading Welcome Race Fans, as thousands upon thousands of people make their way into the city for the Indy 500. With this in mind, the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have teamed up for a collaborative project, connecting visual art and artists to the historic 100th running of this year’s race.
Calling all adventure seekers! Channel your inner Amazing Race spirit and experience downtown Indy in a whole new way. Indiana Sports Corp’s inaugural Indy Ultimate, presented by the Central Indiana Community Foundation, will have participants facing challenges throughout the urban adventure race on April 30.
Located in a small nook of the Joyful Noise Recordings record store, the museum combines music memorabilia, UFOs, and kitschy, obscure sightseeing to create an imaginative learning experience that’s unlike any other.
It’s no secret that Indianapolis loves basketball. If you’re born here, March Madness brackets are simultaneously issued with your birth certificate. Perhaps we’re not that fanatic; however, we relish in hoops and know how to host a great sporting event with excellence. That means you can expect the hardwood red carpet to be rolled out well when the NCAA Women’s Final Four comes to town.
The Fountain Square Music Festival (FSMF) kicks off this Friday in one of Indy’s most-happening neighborhoods. You’ll find a blend of national and local talent including the Thurston Moore Group, Andrew W.K., Surfer Blood and Andy D. Indy favorite DJ Gabby Love will also make an appearance.
The 2016 ROSE Awards marks the 25th time the city has gathered to shine a light on the waiters, cab drivers, service associates, and other hospitality employees that make every visitor in our city feel special. ROSE is an acronym for Recognition Of Service Excellence, and by going beyond the expectations of their job descriptions these service champions leave lasting impressions that bring true meaning to the phrase “Hoosier Hospitality.”
Hooray, spring break is on its way! Our family has two full weeks of time to relax and recharge this March and we’re beginning to plan some quick trips and special outings to celebrate a brief break from the regular routine. But the vacation fund is running low and we don’t have too many dollars to spare. Enter Indianapolis – one of the most affordable cities to entertain the kids on Spring Break without breaking the bank.
March 2nd – 6th and March 10th – 13th mark the the best days of the month in the Circle City. It’s about to be all about the hoops. The NCAA Women’s and Men’s Big Ten Tournaments roll into town. With the players and coaches and fans come a host of phenomenal events for sports fans to partake. Here’s what you need to know before you go.
Follow along with our exciting campaign on Facebook and Instagram as we prepare for the world’s largest single-day sporting event. Keep up with our posts by checking out our hashtag, #100thRunning, and post your favorite Indy 500 memories along with us.
It may only be February, but the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 is certainly inching closer and closer. In fact, we are just about three months away from the waving of the green flag, believe it or not.
Whether you plan to surprise your sweetheart with a night on the town or order in, there are so many options to keep your budget in check while celebrating your devotion and care. Check out these ideas for an affordable Valentine’s Day in Indy.
From 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, February 13, the Indiana State Museum will become a shoppers delight as guests have a chance to browse and buy from over 60 Indiana artists at the 13th Annual Indiana Art Fair.