The energy that basketball brings to Indy is unlike anything else, and you don’t even need tickets to the big game to get in on the madness. Here are five things in the Circle City that will put you in the basketball mindset.
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.
Take some time out of your visit to experience all Indy has to offer! Regardless of what has brought you to the Circle City, here are five things to do around Indy that are guaranteed to keep your family and friends entertained.
The weather is warming up in Indy! This means dedicating more time to enjoying the weather and visiting our favorite restaurants and breweries, dining outside and drinking beer with our friends and families — and don’t forget about your pets!
The Inferno Room, an authentic, old-school tiki bar opens in Fountain Square this week. The escapism bar is intricately decorated with authentic tiki masks and serves a selection of tropical cocktails and appetizers.
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):
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.
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.
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.
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.