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500 Festival Announces Elected Officers, New Additions to its Board of Directors

The 500 Festival, a nonprofit organization that provides the city of Indianapolis with a variety of events and programming, announced today the election of...

Local Playwrights Shine at Onyx Fest

OnyxFest - Urban Theatre Festival  is Indianapolis' first and only theater festival dedicated to the stories of African American playwrights. The festival, an initiative...

Spirit & Place Festival announces call for entries

Spirit & Place is seeking programs for the 2014 Spirit & Place Festival, which celebrates the theme “JOURNEY.” The 19th annual festival will run...

4th Annual Indy Criterium Cycling Race Festvial

On July 13, the Indianapolis public is welcome to participate in the fourth annual Indy Criterium Cycling Race Festival. The first race will start...

Najee comes back to IndyFestival headliner promises a stellar performance

Indianapolis’ reputation for great jazz music is continuously growing and the Indy Jazz Fest 2010 promises to highlight the city’s success in the genre....

Saxophonist NAJEE gets relaxed on MIND OVER MATTERat the INDIANAPOLIS JAZZ FESTIVAL – September 18th

Pioneer of the “rhythm and jazz” movement of the late ‘80s and ‘90s Saxophonist Najee takes inspiration from Miles Davis’ loose and improvisational approach...

IFD Safety Festival

Saturday, July 31st Marion County Health Department 3838 N Rural St 9am - 1pm. Opening Ceremonies begin at 10:00 am For the second year...

IndyFringe Festival

The IndyFringe Festival will be Aug. 19-29 in the Massachusetts Avenue Arts and Theater District downtown. Enjoy 53 performers/groups in more than 270 live...

15th annual Rib America Festival

Award-winning vendors, including Smokin’ Joe’s Hog Wild BBQ, Sgt. Oink’s BBQ, Pigfoot BBQ, Chicago BBQ, Squealer’s BBQ and more will offer the best-of-the-best ribs!...

Black Expo Film Festival

The Indiana Black Expo Film Festival will kick off at 1 p.m. on July 10. The event will take place at the Indianapolis Museum...
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