What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 6.29-7.1

We’ve compiled a list of things to do this weekend not related to 4th of July celebrations, so if you are interested in fireworks and freedom festivals be sure to check out of special post for those activities. As for the rest of you, we’ve got you covered on all other bad ass American activities!

Friday, June 29th

Don Morris is a bit of a local legend in the music industry. He has played for crowds both large and small! A Terre Haute native, Don has captivated a musical following of all ages! Water Tower Estates presents: Don Morris on Friday at 6pm. Enjoy a relaxing evening, a glass of wine, and live music! The Indiana Theatre presents, a 1920s horror/suspense film, Viridian.

Rated PG-13 for supernatural plot elements and minor jump scares.


Viridian tells the story of a vaudeville actress navigating the ethical repercussions of pretending to communicate with the dead for easy money.

Produced throughout Summer 2017, Viridian’s setting consists of many familiar locations including the Vigo County Historical Museum, the Sycamore building, Saint Mary of the Woods College and the Indiana Theatre. Starring professional actors Emily Durchholz and Kevin Roach, Viridian also features local community favorites such as Lester McGee, Amber Wigington and Jennifer Vela.

Doors open at 5:30pm for press and photography then at 6:00pm to the public. General admission is $15 and seniors/students are $12. There will be an opening musical performance before the screening with an end-time of 9:00pm. Come dressed as either formal, 1920s period, or as your favorite Wizard of Oz character.Goshorn Park in Clay City is hosting a Carnival this Saturday & Sunday at 6pm.  Be sure to come out and buy your tickets to ride the rides at the carnival.

Rock your way into the weekend during the wildly popular Zoolapalooza concert series! This year, our concerts are getting bigger and better than ever. Eat, drink, dance and be merry for an additional night under the Bicentennial Pavilion. This incredibly fun night out is a great way to kick off summer weekends on Friday evenings.

Zoolapalooza days are the perfect time to enjoy the Zoo. Concerts are included with Zoo admission and free for Zoo members, so you can play all day and dance all night! The after-hours ambience offers a Zoo trip like no other. Animals and rides will be available until 7pm so the whole family can enjoy the full Zoo experience without missing a beat.

The June 29 performance features Groove Essential. Get ready for a high-energy performance with Groove Essential and their six-person vocal spin on the greatest to the latest hits.

Great specialty food stations feature a new menu for purchase each night. This week, enjoy Indiana Pork Tenderloins, a Farm-to-Table Salad Bar and Sugar Cream Pie!Join Metazoa Brewing Company for their FIRST EVER fundraising event!

Tickets for trivia will be $25 a person or $80 for teams of four. Enter for your chance to test your smarts and win fun prizes! Better yet, EVERY dollar we raise will go right back to Indy CARES to help at-risk pets stay out of the shelter and in the homes where they’re loved.Presented by The National Bank Of Indianapolis
Doors open at 7 pm

Tickets on sale now:
Single Tickets: $8 M / $12 P
Season Pass: $135 M / $205 P
Children 5 and Under: FREE

The National Bank of Indianapolis presents the Summer Nights Film Series, where you can watch movies under the stars every weekend at Newfields. Doors open at 7 pm, when you can enjoy a picnic dinner, music, and activities, followed by that night’s movie, which will begin when twilight turns to night (usually 9:30 pm). Over the summer, 19 movies will be shown—everything from black-and-white classics to modern blockbusters.

All you need is a picnic (with non-alcoholic beverages only), chairs (for the back row of each tier), and blankets (in case the chair row is full). Oh, and sunscreen and bug spray. No alcohol, pets, candles taller than 12 inches, or knives permitted. And if you want to travel light with just a chair and blanket, King David Dogs and Sun King Brewing Company will be there with franks and craft beers, respectively, to purchase.

This season’s lineup features partnerships with Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival , IBE (Indiana Black Expo, Inc.) Film Festival, and Heartland Film.

Pre-show programming is part of the Newfields’ ARTx Series made possible by a gift from The Efroymson Family Fund. Sun King Brewing Company is the official brewery for this program.

Friday, June 29
A Shot in the Dark (1964, dir. Blake Edwards, 102 mins., PG)
The AmphitheaterPurgatory Golf Club in Noblesville, Indiana is hosting a White Out Wine Dinner this Friday t 6:30pm. This is a four-course dinner with four wine pairings for $40 a person. They will be kicking off summer with a Pinot Grigio wine tasting! Taste the difference between California, Washington State, Italian and New Zealand Pinot Grigio. A representative from Republic National Distributors will be on hand to discuss the versatility of this varietal. Patio seating (weather permitting) available to the first 40 to sign up!

Saturday, June 30th

Join Mallow Run Winery for a fun weekend of food, music and all things BLUEBERRY! They’ll release their special Blueberry Wine & Blueberry Hard Cider – pair them with great live music, yummy food truck eats, and lots of summer fun. The Red, White, & Blueberry festival will be held Saturday & Sunday beginning at 12pm.

Food truck lineup TBA

5:30-9:30pm on the lawn: The Flying Toasters, plus a FIREWORKS FINALE!

2-5pm on the lawn: Mr. Zero

Free admission. Family friendly. Complimentary wine tasting in the tasting room. Open 12-9pm on Saturday; 12-6pm. Wine available in the tasting room and at The Shack on the patio. Wine available for purchase by the glass or bottle. Picnics and non-alocholic beverages welcome. Food trucks will be on site. All beer and non-Mallow Run alcohol prohibited on the entire property by Indiana law.BOX OFFICE #317 Is rapidly becoming the go to band for all occasions. With members hailing out of Indianapolis Indiana. The band has a diverse sound ranging from classic to new R & B, Rock, Country, Pop and Motown. Box office is a SHOW BAND whose ladies hit the stage with high energy, vocal dynamics and choreography that always leaves the audience wanting more. The band has graced the stage with artist such as : Midnight star, Lakeside, Kelly Price, Silk and David Hollister to name a few. offering a fresh innovative sound box office will fit the bill of any venue: Festivals, weddings, corporate events, private parties, cruise ships and casinos. They are reliable, prompt, professional and easy to work with. Party goers will have an experience they will remember for years to come. While fun is our desired results, Box office is committed to the proper planning and execution of every event. For an awesome experience and an unforgettable night, Box office is where you should start every time. Come see them perform on Saturday at the TH Brewing Company in the Velvet Room at 9pm.The Terre Haute Farmer’s Market is holding another Farmer’s Market this Saturday at 2700 Poplar Street in the Meadows parking lot.  The market will run Saturday from 8am-12pm.Head to Cannonball Harley-Davidson Saturday, June 30th, 2018 to celebrate their one year anniversary of new owners, new inventory, and new attitude. With in-store specials, live music from Brett Alvis from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, All Out Dyno Drags, and a special guest appearance from William Tanoos.Live hip hop and comedy in one night at Tolly’s Bar & Grill. The show starts at 8pm and features J Hitta, Skurna, Mike Nise, Biz, Bossman Wavey, Nap Town Woody, Young G Ball, Damon Shaw, Corey Got Jokes, and special guests.

Tickets are only $5 at the door and must be 21+ to get in.This Saturday from 6″30-8:30pm outside of the Vigo County Courthouse, join the TH Peaceful Activism & Social Causes group for an event called Wabash Valley Families Belong Together.  To affect change on the current immigration policies. Includes: speakers, open mic, voter registration, info on how to donate (if you so wish), contact your representative, and letters from those who have recently entered through the borders read.Head on out to Bad Apple Saloon in Cory, Indiana this Saturday at 8:30pm to see Kris Anderson, Nic Strain, & Sammi Jo Acres perform.

Kris Anderson is a Country Music Artist who has a talent for creating memorable and meaningful connections with his audience. In 2013 he won the Hi-99 Texaco Showdown. Most recently Kris released his debut EP produced by Last Day Productions. The music video of the title track, “This Old Farm”, was nominated for video of the year in 2017 at the Josie Music Awards in Nashville. It has now received over 600,000 views and garnered positive comments from Farmers around the world.

Indiana’s Nic Strain started his musical career at the age of thirteen playing drums in his Grandpa’s Band. He then stepped out from behind the kit to develop himself into a strong Singer/Songwriter. Nic has recently released his Debut EP, “You Got It”, along with two music videos in support.

Country Music Artist Sammi Jo Acres first understood the power of music when she was just two years old and her grandpa brought her to the front of his church to sing “Jesus Loves Me”. From that moment on Sammi Jo knew music was her calling. Sammi Jo has a unique blend of traditional and modern vocals that sets her apart by appealing to every generation and genre of music lover. Winning over audiences and competing in regional singing competitions has given Sammi Jo the motivation to move forward with her musical career. With the love and support of her family and friends, she will be recording original material with the Last Day Productions Team.June Under The Vines event takes place at the Wine Gardens this Saturday in Clinton, Indiana. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Soupbone’s Blackwater Mission will take the stage at 8:00 p.m.
Cover charge $5
21 and over only! Taste of Indy presents a delectable assortment of Asian, Soul, Greek, Mediterranean, Cajun, Hispanic, and American food. The all day concert glamorizes Indy’s best live, local musical artists displaying their awesome talents in Jazz, Rock, Rhythm and Blues, Gospel, Latino, and Reggae music. From noon to sundown, visitors can groove to the sounds of live local music and sample the city’s best cuisine all while enjoying the historical backdrop of Monument Circle on 4th of July weekend.Join Ruckus Makerspace for a Welding THEN Drinking event in honor of Father’s Day but also, it’s bon fire season! Either way! Weld with a friend/dad/brother/sister… whoever!

Come join them for this fundraising event where we will be building two Fire Pits, one for Fletcher Park and another in a new food incubator in Garfield that we will be opening this coming Fall/Winter!

Fletcher Park – http://www.kibi.org/optoutside-fletcher-park-triangle/

We welcome all (21+ ages) to come join us as the community welds back and helps us raise funds for our welding programming. Please reserve your ticket as seating is limited! After we get done welding, we will wander down to Centerpoint Brewery for a pint to finish the day!
Join NIFS for a 1.5 mile Wag n’ walk with your furry best friend around White River State Park! There will also be on-site dog adoptions with Paws & Think Inc., dog contests and raffles! All proceeds benefit Paws and Think Inc. Help us raise $500 to support a therapy dog for one year! Meet on the back patio at NIFS! Register online for only $18!Join Pure Barre and Centerpoint Brewing for Barre + Brews!
Your $10 ticket includes a 45-minute Pure Barre class in the Brewery, plus a beverage token! This is a 21+ event, and no prior Pure Barre experience is necessary. Please bring your own exercise mat. The event begins at 12pm.
Calling all the health conscious, creative artisans out there! Or even if you’re just trying to make better decisions on the quality of beverages you consume. Why not try your hand at making kombucha. It’s natural, full of pro-biotics and taste delicious!

Great Fermentation’s of Indiana is holding a How to Make Kombucha from Home class this Saturday at 2pm. In this class you will learn all the basics to start making kombucha at home. Step by step, hands-on instructions will be provided along with all of the equipment needed to make your very own batch of kombucha to take home and start fermenting.

What you’ll get:

– Signature Kombucha tea blend

– Organic Kombucha Culture (SCOBY) and 1 Cup Liquid Starter, from Circle City Kombucha

– 1/2 Gallon Glass Fermenting Jar

– Reusable Cotton Cover with Rubber Band to secure

– Stainless Steel Steeping Ball for Your Tea

– Stick-on Liquid Crystal Thermometer

– Custom Kombucha pH Test Strips

– Plastic Pipette for Taking Samples

– Instruction sheet with Step by Step Illustrations & Special Flavoring Recipes

Not only do you get all of this equipment but you’ll be walking away with a fresh batch in it, ready to ferment!Join Mass Ave Indy this Saturday and be inspired!

Art. Music. Food. Fun.

Citizens will kick off the 2018 DigIndy Art Project with a live painting event. Join us for an hour – or stay all day – as local artists transform manhole covers into masterful works of art inspired by Indy’s waterways.

Saturday, June 30
10 am – 4 pm

Downtown Indianapolis at the intersection of Mass Ave., Vermont St. and Alabama St.This Saturday from 5-10PM in the field behind the Garfield Park Arts Center – Indy Parks and Recreation is the Garfield Park Music Festival.
(at Tube Factory artspace in case of rain)
Parking is available in front of the Arts Center.

Rebekah Osborn | 5:30-6:10
Chad Lehr | 6:20-7:00
Danni Al Mar | 7:10-7:50
Kacie Swierk | 8:00-8:40
Brandon Wadley Music | 8:50-9:30

Featuring some of Indianapolis’ prime songwriters for an evening of stories, songs, friendship, joy, and neighbors!

lawn chair or blanket + sunscreen + your beautiful self

Calliope Sno-balls

Sunday, July 1st

Giveaway night sponsored by REX Baseball! The first 500 kids in free! The REX will be giving away 2 bikes to two lucky fans!

Buy your tickets now through Eventbrite, and as always, tickets are available at the gate. The game starts at 5:30pm at Bob Warn Field.

Backstop Seats | $8.00

Adult General Admission | $6.00
Youth General Admission | (ages 6-15) $3.00
Children 5 and under-FREEJoin Sleepy Creek Vineyards for a FREE music Sunday performance with The Whiskey Charmers. They are a Detroit-based Americana band led by Carrie Shepard and Lawrence Daversa. Fans have often compared their sound to riding through the desert with the top down. They have been included as one of the 15 best new bands in Detroit by the Detroit Metro Times who also listed Shepard as Best Singer/Songwriter of 2016. Check out their website at www.thewhiskeycharmers.com.

Fusilli Food Truck will be serving up a tasty menu from from noon to 4(ish)pm. All that plus our Winey Mary Bar, beer, wine, music, food and specialty drinks for everyone to enjoy! Don’t forget it’s a Free Music Sunday event!Join Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park for a concert with Paramore with Foster The People and special guest Soccer Mommy on The After Laughter Summer Tour (Tour 5)

All Ages!
Tickets: bit.ly/tour5-jul1

Gates at 6pm
Show at 7pm



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