Race Week might be over, but that doesn’t mean events around Indianapolis are slowing down. Get out, soak up the summer sun and enjoy the Circle City this week in Indy.
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress
Theatre on the Square – Thursday, June 2 through Saturday, June 4
Need a night of laughs? Visit the award-winning Mass Ave community theatre as it hosts visiting Betty Rage Production as they perform Alan Bell’s comedy, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.
Clock: 8 p.m.
First Friday at Earth House
Earth House – Friday, June 3
Come out and experience some of Indy’s best local bands, musicians, poets, photographers, and painters. With art on the first floor, music on the second and all ticket proceeds benefiting the Earth House Collective, be sure to arrive early before the show reaches capacity.
Clock: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (music begins at 6:30 p.m.)
Cost: $5 (adults); $3 students with valid student ID
The Dojo – Friday, June 3
What’s better than an evening of eclectic music from five different touring bands? An evening of elective music hosted by Indy Vegans that includes a vegan salsa potluck at the show! Head out to The Dojo just north of downtown this Friday to enjoy all the beats and eats.
Clock: 7 p.m.
Military Park – Saturday, June 4
Clear your Saturday for the 12th annual Vintage Indiana Wine & Food Festival in downtown Indianapolis. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy live music, artist booths, amazing food from Indiana’s top culinary experts and more than 200 award-winning wine samples. Chefs and winemakers will be presenting sessions throughout the day and the first 10,000 people to enter the gates receive an etched wine glass!
Clock: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Cost: $22 (adults in advance); $25 (adults at gate); $10 (adult designated drivers); $5 (ages 6-20)
Connor Prairie – Saturday, June 4 – Sunday, June 5
Experience a dramatic moment in Indiana’s history this weekend at the grand opening of Connor Prairie’s 1863 Civil Way Journey: Raid on Indiana. With theatrics, video, sound and actors dressed in authentic costumes, you will be right in the middle of General John Hunt Moran’s cavalry raid.
Clock: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost: Included with Connor Prairie general admission ($14 adults; $9 children)