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125 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Guest services: 317.917.2500 and GuestServices@Pacers.com
Box office: 317.917.2727
Main websites: Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever
Gainbridge Fieldhouse, located in the heart of downtown Indy, is home to the NBA Indiana Pacers (October-April regular season schedule), the WNBA Indiana Fever (May-August regular season games), major concerts featuring headliner performers, and much more. The 18,000-seat fieldhouse, often referred to as a basketball shrine, pays homage to Indiana’s passion for hoops. Every seat is a good seat where you will feel on top of the action. It is nearly impossible to get hungry during an event at the fieldhouse with more than 100 concession stands making your taste buds happy. Gainbridge Fieldhouse is a fully accessible facility. All entrances into the Fieldhouse, as well as all levels of the Fieldhouse, are fully accessible via ramps, elevators, and/or escalators. Accommodations for guests with disabilities include restrooms, accessible ticket and concession counters, assisted listening devices, wheelchair availability, and more.
501 W. Maryland St., Indianapolis, IN 46225
Guest services and tickets: 317.269.3545
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The Indianapolis Indians, the Triple-A affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates, play regular season home games at beautiful Victory Field, April through August. Victory Field is located in downtown Indy, and has been recognized as one of the best ballparks in America. Not only will you be dazzled by the play of these up and coming major leaguers, but also by the spectacular skyline views from the stands. Indians games often have special surprises. You might attend a Marvel Super Hero game, Kids Eat Free Sunday game, or a Friday night fireworks show. There is nothing better on a summer evening than to go with friends and family to an affordable, fun ballgame.
4790 W. 16th St., Indianapolis, IN 46222
Guest services and tickets: 317.492.6700
A visit to Indy is not complete without a trip to its most iconic venue. Revered as the “Racing Capital of the World,” the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) is proud home to the famed Indianapolis 500. Contested each May on Memorial Day weekend, the 500 is the epitome of racing skills, technology, and daring. It is also the largest single-day sporting event in the world, with crowds swelling well above 300,000 people. Leading up to race day are multiple practice days, qualifications, concerts, and celebrations. September is the new month for NASCAR’s Brickyard 400, when the good ole boys rock the IMS track. Stay in touch with the IMS events calendar which is loaded with more great events, like the Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational, Red Bull Air Race, and the popular Lights at the Brickyard, a holiday-season treat. The IMS Museum is open year-round, telling the stories of racing legends and providing tours of the famous Brickyard.
1202 E. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN 46205
Indy Fuel: 317.925.3835
Coliseum guest services/ticketing: 317.927.7601
The Indy Fuel is a professional hockey team affiliated with the Chicago Blackhawks, playing regular season games October through April at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum located within the Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center. Fast-action hockey is unlike any other sport and the newly renovated Coliseum is the perfect venue to be thrilled by the close-up skating, checking, and scoring action. Special themed games and promotions are peppered throughout the schedule. The Indy Fuel welcomes every one, of all abilities, to enjoy affordable, family fun, entertainment. Tickets are available both online through Ticketmaster and at the Coliseum box office.
500 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46225
Guest services: 317.262.8600
Ticket office: 317.262.3389
Lucas Oil Stadium is a state-of-the-art retractable roof multi-purpose venue which features spectacular views of the downtown Indianapolis skyline. Opened in 2008, the stadium seats over 67,000 for football games and other events and also boasts a high performance synthetic turf playing surface, 7 locker rooms, operable north window, dual two-level club lounges, 139 suites (including 8 at field level), retractable sideline seating, video boards, ribbon boards, spacious concourses, exhibit halls and meeting rooms. Lucas Oil Stadium has garnered numerous honors over the years including being named Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal’s #1 Sports Facility of the Year 2008 and Best Stadium in the NFL by Stadium Journey Magazine multiple years. The stadium looks forward to hosting the 2021 & 2026 NCAA Final Four and the 2022 College Football Playoffs.
Lucas Oil Stadium is a fully accessible facility. All entrances into the stadium, as well as all levels of the stadium, are fully accessible via ramps, elevators and escalators. Accommodations for persons with disabilities include family restrooms, accessible ticket and concession counters, first-come first-serve designated parking, assisted listening devices, wheelchair availability and more. Assistive animals are welcome in the facility.