From Super Bowl XLVI, to the current Indiana Pacers NBA season, the city of Indianapolis and our NBA franchise are always exceeding expectation. In 2021, we get another chance to showcase what we're capable of as we welcome the NBA All-Star game to Indy.
From Final Fours and Pacers to Hoosiers and Hinkle Fieldhouse, big things happen in Indy - and next up is the Crossroads Classic. The four most storied basketball programs in the state head to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday for the annual showdown of Hoosier Hysteria.
Not only did Indy rack up top accolades like “Best Places to Travel in 2017” from powerhouse travel authorities like Travel + Leisure, but Indy’s story on our growing food scene, attractive niche neighborhoods, impressive trail scene and our top-tier family friendly destinations grabbed the attention of media from around the country. Here’s our top ten list of articles you may have seen about our favorite city from this past year (consider this our humble brag and reason for you to read them one more time):
This Friday, more than 100,000 people will head to Monument Circle for the annual Circle of Lights celebration. Plan on attending? Here are some tips and tricks to help you make the most of your evening downtown.
Indy has a community of people who support everything local – restaurants, retail stores, breweries, food trucks, and more. This Saturday, November 25 aims to extend that community and encourage all to Shop Small and Shop Local.
From Christmas at the Zoo to Circle of Lights on Monument Circle, Indianapolis always offers plenty of dazzling light displays to enjoy during the holiday season. This being said, there is a brand new display coming to Indy this season: Winterlights at Newfields
Veterans Day is this Saturday, November 11, and we should all take time to pause from our busy lives to reflect and thank the brave men and women who choose to serve and sacrifice for our greater good. The city of Indianapolis has lots of ways to observe this important day.
Hosted every year by the Percussive Arts Society, PASIC will take over the city from Nov. 8-11, offering over 100 concerts, clinics, master classes, labs, workshops, panels, and presentations given by the finest artists from all over the world.
From tasty local traditions to flavors from across the sea, Indy’s sandwich scene is not only diverse…but delicious. Celebrate #NationalSandwichDay the right way, by supporting Indy’s sandwich artisans.
The stretch of 16th Street jogging east of Indy, once known as Tinker Street, is transforming in a burgeoning center of food and drink pioneers. Take a tour as we showcase some highlights of this up-and-coming neighborhood.
The crisp air blows through the Circle City. The leaves gently begin to fall. Friday night lights shine brightly and mums make their way to the front stoop. I can think of nothing lovelier than an Indiana autumn. If you love pumpkin spice and everything nice, I can promise you’ll find the perfect place around Indy to pick your pumpkin. From downtown to the rural communities surrounding the metro area, you’ll find all of the fall fun when you Visit Indy.
Running from Oct. 12-22, the 26th annual Heartland International Film Festival will feature a record 213 films from 104 countries, with $100,000 in cash prizes being awarded across multiple categories.
A brand new IKEA is opening just north of Indianapolis in Fishers, IN. Check out all of the details for grand opening give aways, special discounts, events, and so much more! Plus the best hotels and restaurants for any time you shop IKEA and Visit Indy.
Peyton Manning and I were born eight days apart. As I came into adulthood, he would be my quarterback. I am thankful for the wins and the impact he has had on Indy. I look forward to honoring #18 on Sunday.