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Thousands of cars will be on hand at Indianapolis Motor Speedway through Saturday for the nation’s premier, longest-running all-Corvette show. See collectible models, visit vendors, shop the ’Vettes for sale, and even drive your own Corvette or Camaro around the iconic oval. This year, the ’68-’72 Sharks are highlighted. Admission is $25 and up.
Celebrate the summer solstice with the ancient practice promoting physical, spiritual, and meditative balance. Indy’s largest yoga event happens Friday and yogis of all levels are welcome. Visit the vendor village, move to live music, find your flow at the main vinyasa class, or join the family class with your kids. The day is free but donations are encouraged. Namaste!
The annual celebration of Native American culture includes a weekend full of activities including music (Sisterz in Song, Son of Hweeldi), storytelling (Jaque Nunez), dancing (Tony Duncan Family), craft demos, artists from more than 50 tribes selling unique art, jewelry, basketry, pottery, beadwork, and more. Admission is $13-$15 for adults and free for those 17 and under.
Celebrate the culture and diversity in the International Marketplace neighborhood at this annual free festival Friday-Saturday. Sample Asian, Latino, German, and Italian foods, then get some thrills on the midway. Adults can enjoy games like Monte Carlo, Texas poker, blackjack, and over-under, while kids have plenty of family-friendly options. Live music will be fun for all ages.
This killer party on Saturday at the downtown brewery marks a decade of producing fresh, local beer. Special tappings include 10-4 Good Buddy collaborations, GFJ, and King’s Reserve. Fill up at the food trucks, then let loose with music from Mike and the Moonpies (pictured) and Whiskey Wolves of the West. We’ll drink to that! Tickets are $15-$20 and you must be 21 to attend.