Indy, a ‘no-brainer’ for hip-hop artists. Visit Indy's Nate Swick caught up with independent American Rapper, Hoodie Allen this week to chat all things Indy, his upcoming tour and new album, sushi, sports and even country music.
When you think of soda, pop, or a soft drink you don’t associate it with something that’s good for you - Circle City Kombucha’s Feel Good Soda begs to differ with their fruit based flavors of Kombucha.
Did you know? Lucas Oil Stadium now offers public tours of the facility every Monday through Friday, typically at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm. If you’re looking for a behind-the-scenes peek at one of the country’s top sports venues, you’ve come to the right place
Hosted at the Brickyard Crossing September 4-9, 2017, a Pete Dye golf course located inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, 144 of the world’s best LPGA Professionals will come to Indianapolis to play the three-day event for a chance to win a $2 million purse.
50 years ago, a group of 20 friends met in a basement—Gary Gygax’s basement to be specific, you may have heard of him—to play some historical wargames. We now call this gathering Gen Con, and it is the largest gaming convention.
For years, Columbus, Indiana has been praised for its illustrious architecture. And now, that architecture will be on display to the world, thanks to a new movie that was 100 percent shot in the city just 45 minutes south of Indianapolis.
Nothing screams a summer in Indy more than floating down the Canal on a hot day with a beverage in hand. Grab your friends and family and join Downtown Indy and Yelp on Sunday, August 20 as they host Cabrewing on the Canal.
Slated for October 6-7, the two-day music festival and immersive experience event will feature groundbreaking artists and local cuisine in historic Fountain Square. With a new, re-imagined format, the 2017 Fountain Square Music Festival (FSMF) will allow artists and audiences to converge, thanks to immersive visual art experiences.
Now through September 30th, you can pedal your way through Indianapolis each Saturday while learning all about the culture and history that makes the Circle City unique. Join a group for an 8 mile, 2.5 hour tour along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July in Indy without seeing downtown skyline light up with booming fireworks. But that’s not the only place you can catch a show that night. Here are six places where you can see displays in and around the Circle City.