Friday, September 13th
The Terre Haute German Oberlander Club is hosting their annual Oktoberfest event this Friday & Saturday! The festival will take place in the Meadows Shopping Center parking lot both days from 11am-11pm. Last year they started running out of food, so come early to make sure you get your sauerkraut and sausages! Live music will be played both nights from 5-11pm. Admission is FREE.
This Friday and Saturday is the downtown Blues At The Crossroads event! This is a two day music festival put on downtown outside of the Verve. Come enjoy your favorite Midwestern Blues and Rock Bands. There are food concessions, beer gardens, Silent Disco and much more! This is fun for the whole family. No outside food for drink allowed past gate. Handicap accessible. Limited picnic tables available: bringing your own lawn chair is encouraged.General Admission is $10. Go to bluesatthecrossroads.com for more information on the event!
MAIN STAGE ARTISTS
Against the Clocks
South City Revival
Monte Skelton and Team Skelton
VERVE STAGE ARTISTS
Soupbone Blackwater Mission
MAIN STAGE ARTISTS
James Neary and the Bevy Blue
Blind Mississippi Morris
VERVE STAGE ARTIST
Jeff Randall and The Cohorts
To honor and celebrate National Recovery Month, the Wabash Valley Recovery Alliance will be hosting:
“Blackout Addiction, 5k Glow Walk/Run” on Friday evening, September 13, 2019 at Fairbanks Park, Terre Haute, Indiana from 6:30-11:30 Tickets are $25.
Purchase tickets here https://blackoutaddiction5k.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=12457
Open to ALL in and outside of the recovery community! Open to all organizations and indivduals in the prevetion, treatment and recovery sectors! Open to ALL in the General Public! Runners, walkers, glow Enthusiasts, come GLOW with us and blackout addiction in The Wabash Valley!
With SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS
JAMES SWEASY from James Sweasy Live from Louisville Ky.
And Michael Molthan from M2 The ROCK from the Dallas Tx
The concert will be free and open to the public with B-RAiN , REM-ONE, Colicchie , Alive Panda, and Dj D-Roc from WE ARE CLOUDGANG
We invite everyone to enjoy the concert for free, however, registration for the 5k Backlight Glow run is $25, and is now open to register.
All proceeds go directly to the Wabash Recovery Alliance.
The Poplar Pub is having Dueling Pianos with Rob & Jay this Friday night at 9pm. It is always a great show! $3 cover at the door.Kids Night Out
Friday, September 13th, 5-10pm
The Y is providing parents two opportunities to bring the kids to the Y for a live acoustic concert series presented by Blues at the Crossroads performers, while mom and dad enjoy some of the best music around at the downtown event! (Rates apply – visit www.ymcaswv.org to sign up today!)
Music line up
7:00 Nathan Marshall
7:20 David Goodier
7:45 Kandace Hinton
*Friday night will be for ages 18 months – 12 years*
Featuring a live acoustic private outdoor concert at the Y playground for Kids from 7-8pm! Pizza will be provided by Papa Johns.
Dreadful Greta will be playing in the beer garden at Charlies Pub and Grub this Friday night at 8pm. Enjoy a night of songs be Grateful Dead!
Forget about an office reunion, and get on board with That’s What She Said! -the office inspired drag show! The show kicks off at 8pm.
Black Circle Brewing Company will answer all the tough questions. Who is the Scranton Strangler? How many cheeseballs can Ryan fit in his mouth? What color is Meredith’s rug on casual day?
Special PRETZEL day bar for all the Stanley’s in attendance.
Don’t miss this one!
Cosplay highly encouraged
$5-100% to performers
Saturday, September 14th
Venus+Vine is happy to announce it’s time for their third POP-UP market, on the lawn, on September 14th!!
Join them, plus a handful of fabulous local vendors, for a great day of shopping, giveaways, snacks and sunshine!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 14, starting at 10am and running until 4pm. They have a couple of new vendors including Vintage Blooms and Barrett Works. Everyone knows Jasmine from Anna & Viv Handmade who has been a maker in the shop for years, they are thrilled she will be joining them at this pop-up! And welcoming back some of our favorite friends who have been here before – everyone’s favorite cookie Bites and Blessings; The Black Cow is coming back with her mobile trailer, Kara Lovell Ceramics will be back with her gorgeous pottery – did you guys see those earrings??? and Shopjdv will be once again located inside the shop with her fashionable clothes and accessories and as always, our sister company, Pure GRACE Soap, will have everyone’s favorite bath bombs and soaps available inside the shop as well.
In addition to giving you the largest amount of vendors yet, they also will have giveaways galore from each local vendor plus food and drinks to enjoy while you wander.
Indy Irish Fest’s mission is to preserve, promote and nurture Irish culture, arts, music, sports and history. Their annual festival is an opportunity to share Irish heritage during a weekend encompassing cultural activities and family fun. Multiple Irish and community charitable organizations benefit. This Friday, Saturday, & Sunday the festival will be going on at the Historic Military Park at White River State Park.
When? Hours are 4:30-11 p.m. Sept. 13, 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sept. 14 and 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 15.
What? This where you go from being a wee bit Irish to understanding the importance of a good pub. There will be plenty of exhibits and demonstrations offering historically significant events and insight into how Irish people are represented in songs.
An entertainment stage will offer authentic Irish music and dancing, dogs and sheep will be on hand for Border Collie herding demonstrations, and you can visit the local Celtic organizations and learn about the variety of Celtic dogs. Click here for a list of performers.
Don’t forget to stop by the Irish Market filled with vendors selling your favorite Celtic items.
How Much? Cost is $17 at the gate or $12 in advance for adults. Ages 14-17 are $12 with student ID and $7 for ages 5-13. Children 4 and younger are free.
The Nobodies will be playing at Charlies Pub and Grub this Saturday. Live in the beer garden at 8pm!
The 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer’s will take place on September 14 at the Fairbanks Park Amphitheater. Register today! Go to: act.alz.org/terrehaute
Registration — 8 a.m.
Ceremony — 9 a.m.
Walk — Around 9:30 a.m.
Join our Walk Facebook Group to stay updated: facebook.com/groups/terrehautewalk
Together, we can END Alzheimer’s!
The MacDaddy’s are back together again! They will be playing at Show-Me’s and taking the Bud Light Stage at 9pm.
Welcome to Hobson Family Farm, a wholesome destination for family fun in the heart of the Midwest. Since 2004, Hobson Family Farm in rural Rockville, Indiana has been creating family fall traditions. From the corn maze to the pumpkin patch, hayrides and homemade fudge, we invite you to laugh, eat, and enjoy the moments cherished with family and friends at our farm. They are hosting their Opening Day event this Saturday from 10am-9pm.
Girls Night Out, the #1 Ladies Night Event Is Coming to Terre Haute on Saturday September 14th! Limited Tickets On Sale NOW!
Purchase tickets online @ https://tickets.girlsnightouttheshow.com/tickets/zimmarss-showbar-21-171850#buy
Sessions will be held at the Indiana War Memorial promenade at the cross streets of Meridian and Michigan. Street parking is free on Sunday.
Please bring your own yoga mat.
Sunday, September 15th
Join us Sunday evening for a Live Professional Wrestling event with the MAIN EVENT being inside the STEEL CAGE! afterwards stick around for the movie READY TO RUMBLE!!! The show starts at 6:30pm.
100% Free to the public, New Wave Pro will have VIP Ringside seats available.
Imagine being thrust into a real-life horror film as one of the leading characters. This hour long experience immerses you and your small, intimate group of 8 total guests in another world as you travel through this interactive horror play. You’ll be fully immersed as you move from scene to scene in a disturbing tale of suspense, horror and mystery. It is an epic confrontation with a nightmare. This event runs throughout the next few months and tickets can be purchased online at indyhorrorstory.com.
Indy Horror Story uses elements of live theatre, escape rooms and haunted houses to create physically, emotionally and psychologically challenging experiences. This interactive show incorporates the audience into the story as characters. There is nothing quite like Indy Horror Story in the area. Using a blend of terrifying storytelling, an musical score, detailed scenes, scents, Hollywood style makeup FX, climate control, special FX and professional actors, Indy Horror Story creates a truly immersive and interactive experience. You will converse with actors, perform tasks, look for objects and solve mysteries as you crawl, climb and claw your way through the story. Come take the plunge into terror in our 109 year old home. Each year we will be presenting a completely different twisted tale. Tickets are extremely limited! Don’t miss out!
Our 2019 Show – “The HELL HOUSE of Prospect Street”
Widow and single mother Elaine Roberts purchased the home at 2002 Prospect Street in Indianapolis so that her and her young daughter, Elizabeth, could have a fresh start. Elaine’s husband, William, had recently been killed in a tragic and suspicious fire that destroyed the family’s previous home in a small Indiana town. Some townsfolk there had accused Elaine of practicing witchcraft and even went as far as to accuse her of her husband’s murder for financial gain.
Shortly after moving into their new Indianapolis home, young Elizabeth disappeared without a trace. Elaine seemed distraught, however past accusations and rumors of witchcraft slowly made their way to the big city. Elaine retreated and hid inside the home for years. In 1981, Elaine was found hanging above her bed. Was this the suicide of a grieving parent or a sacrifice to demonic forces? The house sat abandoned for the next 38 years.
After sitting empty and quiet for nearly 4 decades, neighbors of the house on Prospect Street have been reporting strange lights and eerie sounds. The stories of Elaine and Elizabeth have started swirling among locals again. Some remain convinced that Elaine practiced witchcraft and sacrificed her husband and young daughter to Satan himself. Others believe young Elizabeth’s spirit is trapped within the walls of the home, bound by an evil and tortuous spell. Most believe that a direct gateway to Hell was opened by Elaine in the home nearly 40 years ago, earning the home it’s nickname of “Hell House”.
As a member of the Paranormal Indianapolis Research Society (P.I.R.S.), YOU have been called in by your team founder, James Wyatt, to conduct a paranormal investigation. Using the latest technology in the field, Wyatt plans on finally recording definitive proof of the paranormal. Psychic medium Madam Windstrom has been called upon to conduct a seance in search of answers. Father Benjamin Brennon of the Catholic Church has been called upon to bless the home. Since the announcement of this large-scale investigation a few weeks ago, the house has been quiet once again…