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Indy Craft Pass: Hitching a Ride on the Indy Brew Bus

FEBRUARY 12, 2020 • JEFF ROBINSON
Explore Indy's craft beer scene by riding along with a beer expert aboard the Indy Brew Bus. Let them do the driving for you as you taste your way through the city , make new friends, and learning about what makes each of these craft breweries unique.

NFL Scouting Combine Allows Fans to See Future Football Stars

FEBRUARY 5, 2020 • KATY MANN
Fans are invited to cheer on the rising stars at the Prospect Bench Press tests. Spectators are welcome to be a part of history while the world watches future football hopefuls secure their place into the NFL on the bench press.

Art & Soul 2020 Celebrates Black Culture

FEBRUARY 3, 2020 • VICTORIA DAVIS
Celebrate African American art and artists all February long with the Arts Council of Indianapolis during Art & Soul 2020. This 24th annual event continues to grow each year by bringing those from all over the city together during Black History Month.

A Guide to Intimate Concert Venues in Indy

FEBRUARY 2, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
From Grammy-nominated acts to up-and-coming locals, Indianapolis has plenty of great small venues to go and soak in a show.

Valentine's Day in Indy

JANUARY 31, 2020 • MAEVE WANGLER
Leave the flowers, chocolate and teddy bears at home this Valentine's Day. With so many events happening in Indy all Valentine's Day weekend, you'll never run out of unique ways to show your love.

Top 10 Reasons to Celebrate Indy

JANUARY 30, 2020 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
This past Tuesday, Visit Indy celebrated the reopening of the Madam Walker Legacy Center, unveiled the Bicentennial logo, and honored David Letterman with the Bill McGowan Leadership Award. Here are the Top 10 Reasons to Celebrate Indy.

Outdoor Fun in Indianapolis During the Winter

JANUARY 27, 2020 • KATY MANN
The great outdoors can be tricky to explore in the winter. But here in Indy, we have all the options to experience winter in the Circle City.

Indy Craft Pass Welcomes Big Woods / Quaff ON! / Hard Truth Hills

JANUARY 23, 2020 • JEFF ROBINSON
One of the state's premier craft beverage producers has joined the Indy Craft Pass and is giving visitors reasons to explore Big Woods restaurants and the massive Hard Truth Hills Distillery.

Arcades for Families in Indy

JANUARY 21, 2020 • JESSICA YOUNG
Families are often surprised by the wide variety of arcade options available in Indy.

Devour Winterfest

JANUARY 16, 2020 • CHERIE LOWE
Don't miss your opportunity too enjoy some of Indy's best dining destinations at an amazing price! Devour Winterfest features more than 100 of Indianapolis' best restaurants at a discount from January 20 to February 2.

MLK Day 2020 in Indy

JANUARY 15, 2020 • CHERIE LOWE
Celebrate MLK Day 2020 in Indy by learning, serving, and more! Dozens of destinations will offer free admission to museums and special opportunities to remember Dr. King's legacy.

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Celebrates 250th Birthday of Beethoven

JANUARY 14, 2020 • SETH JOHNSON
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is celebrating the legendary composer’s overarching impact on music with a yearlong series of shows they’re calling BTHVN2020.

2019: A Year in Instagrams

DECEMBER 31, 2019 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
If a picture tells a thousand words, here's my 10,000 word answer to why you should visit Indianapolis.

2020: A Look Ahead

DECEMBER 31, 2019 • NATE SWICK
As we turn the page to a new year, we have a lot to be both thankful for and proud of from 2019, but we might have even more to look forward to and get excited about in terms of what lies ahead. Let's take a look at some big wins from 2019 and set the stage for 2020.

A Vegetarian's Guide to Indy Travel

DECEMBER 27, 2019 • GUEST
As a vegetarian from Chicago, I was at first anxious about traveling with my veggie friends. But have no fear—I spent a week eating my way through Indy and found plenty of restaurants serving fresh, farm-to-table eats that accommodated dietary restrictions.

Toyota's Steeped In History Tour

DECEMBER 26, 2019 • VICTORIA DAVIS
This fall, I was chosen to participate in Toyota’s Steeped In History tour that made its way to Indianapolis this fall. To be clear, the Steeped In History tour is one unlike I’ve seen before.

Home for the Holidays at IND

DECEMBER 23, 2019 • MARISSA RENALDI
There’s nothing quite like coming home for the holidays, especially if you’re flying in through the Indianapolis International Airport.

Forbes Names Indy Top 25 Places to Go in 2020

DECEMBER 23, 2019 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
There are a myriad of reasons why you should consider Indy one of your 2020 travel destinations. If you need one more, Indy is named one of the top 25 places you should visit in the new year by Forbes.

C-SPAN Cities Tour, Indianapolis Weekend

DECEMBER 20, 2019 • BECCA SCHMIEGEL
The Circle City is in the spotlight this weekend on C-SPAN Cities Tour, celebrating the most exciting historical and literary legends in America. Learn more on how to tune in and watch here.

Indy Craft Pass: Holiday Flavors

DECEMBER 20, 2019 • JEFF ROBINSON
From cinnamon spice to hearty stouts, winter and the holidays conjure up very specific flavor profiles that fit the season. Moreover, this is a time to gather friends and family to share in fellowship and toast the future. Here are a few of the seasonal beverages that Indy Craft Pass users can look forward to enjoying while exploring over the holidays.

Festival of Trees at the Indiana Historical Society

DECEMBER 19, 2019 • JESSICA YOUNG
The Indiana Historical Society's Festival of Trees in downtown Indy is a holiday favorite for Hoosiers and visitors alike. With close to 100 beautifully decorated trees and family-friendly activities, it's no wonder why.

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