This year Circle City Classic is back better than ever with a full lineup of events for those in Indy to enjoy. This annual event is hosted by Indiana Black Expo (IBE) and attracts over 100,000 people to Indianapolis.
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.
This Sunday, May 17, a very special program will aim to support these critical cultural entities. You are encouraged to tune in and consider taking donating part of your unused concert ticket budget to this cause.
The Brothers Footman, hailing from Indy's east-side, are one of the city's best kept musical secrets. When asked to describe their genre, the brothers say “summa music – summa this, summa that.” Much like Indy, their sound and style are unique and uplifting.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We’re about halfway through Black History Month and hope you’ve been able to take advantage of some of the great artistic events happening around the city. There’s still plenty of time to soak up some African-American culture, especially if you’re a fan of classical music.
If you’re looking to soak up some great culture from über-talented African-American artists, Art & Soul is the month-long event series for you. Poetry, dance and drumming, jazz/soul/R&B, and theatrical performances await you – and, of course, your friends and family.
Yeah, it’s winter, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had, especially when it comes to Indianapolis concerts. From massive country stars to longtime rock ‘n’ roll greats, several notable acts are coming to town between now and the end of March.