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Tyler Childers serenades sold out crowd at Ruoff

With over 12.6 million monthly listeners on Spotify and Billboard hits like “All Your’n” and “In Your Love,” Tyler Childers wowed 24,000 fans at...

Recorder Rewind: Bonnaroo 2k24

Check out some of these amazing photos from the 2024 Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester, Tennessee! For more information on the 2025 Bonnaroo, including lineup, special...

Chreece Hip Hop Music Festival returns in August

Chreece Hip Hop Musical Festival returns to Indianapolis Aug. 24. The independent musical festival, which aims to celebrate the “vibrant culture and diversity of artistry”...

Travis Scott & Playboi Carti Co-headline Summer Smash 2024 alongside Chicago’s long-awaited return of Chief Keef

Plus Lil Yachty, Big Sean, Kodak Black, J.I.D., Ski Mask the Slump God, Ken Carson, Flo Milli, Lucki, Bia, YG Marley & many more...

Feeding the community with food and fun

Picture this: It’s the weekend. School is out. You need something fun to do to entertain the kids, but you aren’t trying to break...

iHeartMedia Indianapolis Names Leon Williamson Market President

Indianapolis – May 28, 2024 – iHeartMedia announced today that Leon Williamson has been elevated to Indianapolis Market President, effective immediately.  iHeartMedia Indianapolis has...

‘Nourishing Well’ to celebrate Black women making space for each other

With pieces from all mediums, Black women are creating their own spaces and celebrating each other in a new exhibition. The Madam Walker Legacy Center...

Kirk Franklin to stop in Indy this fall

Gospel artist Kirk Franklin is returning to Indianapolis this fall. The 19-time Grammy Award-winning songwriter unveiled the 2024 leg of The Reunion Tour on May...

MLK Center hosts annual Community Block Party

The Martin Luther King (MLK) Community Center, located north of Tarkington Park near 40th Street and Illinois Street, transformed into a bustling hub of...

‘I Made Rock ‘N Roll’ festival is days away: Here’s what to expect

Indiana’s first Black rock music festival is about to make history. Legendary artists such as Gary Clark Jr., Joy Oladokun and Robert Randolph Band will...
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