The largest LGBTQ festival in the state of Indiana returns to downtown Indy. Circle City IN Pride celebrates the Central Indiana LGBTQ community and serves as the largest fundraiser for Indy Pride, Inc. Come join in the fun with events all week long! If you're visiting for Pride, click here for a guide to LGBTQ Indy.
It is estimated that six tons of strawberries and 18,000 homemade shortcakes are served at this popular event. Over 95 percent of proceeds go to not-for-profit outreach groups. This is a day too sweet to pass up!
Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary transforms into a venue with live entertainment, festival rides, and food vendors for this special weekend. Listen to local music groups and indulge in the best Italian cooking in all of Indy.
Mark your calendars for the 16th annual Independent Music + Art Festival, a day-long outdoor festival featuring local musicians, visual artists, and other “independents” in downtown Indy. This annual event honors those who perform original live music and create original work. It provides a unique opportunity for interaction with local artists and the community.
With over 270 artists from across the nation, this juried art fair continues to be ranked as one of the finest in the country. The fair is located between 16th & 20th/Delaware & Pennsylvania. Running for over 50 years, the Talbot Street Art Fair continues to define the art scene in Indianapolis.
The Marion County Fair is back for its 89th year. This week-long spectacle has something for the whole family and is sure to be the biggest yet!
The St. Gabriel International Festival celebrates the cultural diversity of the surrounding International Marketplace neighborhood. The festival features classic summer fun including family-friendly games, an old-fashioned midway, and live music by talented local acts. Above all, the food takes center stage, drawing from the global culinary traditions of Indianapolis' ethnically diverse West Side community.
Experience the work of more than 130 Native American artists, plus unforgettable cultural performances, and more, at this enduring, popular summer event.
Summer Celebration offers businesses and organizations numerous ways to connect with consumers. With a goal to educate and uplift the growing, diverse community, Summer Celebration highlights culture in many different areas. Summer Celebration provides a chance for partners and visitors to experience premier arts and entertainment, youth and family activities and programs, business networking, healthy living, education, and more.
Be a part of the fun and excitement of Indiana's largest criterium race. The Indy Crit draws over 500 racers from across the Midwest! In addition to the racing, the accompanying festival has plenty of fun for everyone: food trucks, beer garden, a picnic, yoga in the park, vendors, live bands, BMX stunt shows, family "explore Indy" rides, kids races and activities, Handlebar Indy Pedal Pub tour/race, and more!
One of the oldest festivals in the state, the St. Christopher Mid-Summer Festival is known for homemade food, a thrilling midway, and a great musical lineup. Try the cod, some of the hundreds of cakes and pies, two beer gardens, roulette, blackjack, and even a vintage Horse Race Wheel game from the 1940s.
Happy happens once again this year as Indiana celebrates its bicentennial with two-and-a-half miles of food and fun. Ten acres of thrills, rides, and games. Seventeen days of FREE Stage stars. And hundreds of events and programs. Get your tickets today.
IndyFringe is a celebration of theatre old and new, edgy and not-so-edgy, that happens every August in the Mass Ave Cultural District. With eight different stages, 64 performing groups, and 384 performances, it is easy to see why the festival has grown into an annual favorite.
This unique summer festival features gourmet foods, craft beer, and a variety of music with a focus on local vendors and talent. The tradition continues this year with ice cold beer from Sun King Brewing Co. and delicious sausages from L.E. Kincaid and Sons meat market. Over-21 guests can enjoy the wine garden and the 2019 raffle will be a 50/50 with plenty of chances to win the big pot of money! Activities for younger guests include inflatables, games, cake walk, face painting, and more.
Hop Hop Fest Chreece is coming back. This single-day celebration takes place across six venues in Fountain Square, featuring performers Snow tha Product, Hoosier artists Allison Victoria and Parris LaDame, and more.