Popular Events in Indianapolis
Hosted by Theron Smith. Roots, dancehall and more.
All-ages improvisational comedy matches where two teams battle for laughs and points as they make up scenes, games and songs based from audience suggestions. The audience votes for the winners, a referee calls the fouls and everyone sings the national anthem before each match.
Hosts: Claude Brissart and De ja Voodoo.
Four-sided LED animated display by Julian Opie installed outside the tavern.
Join the Indy Wine Trail for this event. Includes wine tasting, a glass of wine, a 20 percent discount on gift items, a collectible ornament from each winery and a Indy Wine Trail 18 oz. balloon wine glass upon completion at the last winery. Wineries include: Buck Creek, Cedar Creek, Chateau Thomas, Easley, Mallow Run, New Day Meadery and Simmons.
Full-length modern version of holiday classic is presented by 108 local dance students and the dancers of G2, the pre-professional company of Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre and follows the same general storyline as the original, but with a uniquely different twist -- in which Klara is portrayed as a homeless orphan girl who discovers the true meaning of the season through the gift and giving spirit of a homeless man.
On May 11, 2013, the Rhythm! Discovery Center presents interactive drumming programs and offers free admission for all attendees in celebration of the grand opening of the Center's new exhibit, Drums From the Circle City: The Leedy Drum Company from 1895-1930. This interactive exhibit explores the rich history of the Indianapolis-based Leedy Drum Manufacturing Company and showcases the importance of percussion and manufacturing in Indianapolis at the turn of the 20th Century. The beginning of...
The players in the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra jazz side project include Jon Crabiel, percussion; Dean Franke, violin; Peter Hansen, bass; Mark Ortwein, electric bassoon, soprano sax and bass clarinet and Gary Walters, piano. The members are all regular players with the ISO and other local groups as well as active educators. They play a broad mix of music, from classically inspired jazz, to jazz and pop standards, to original compositions from group members.
Open-microphone event for poets, writers, musicians and others. Presented by Midtown Writers Association.
Bring a group of friends and share a cold bottle wine while enjoying an afternoon of Reggae and rock music, wine specials, winery tours and wine sampling in a relaxing outdoor setting. Bring a chair.