The first Friday of the month, Indy puts on a food truck festival at the Old National Centre downtown. With about 50 different food trucks, from donuts to Mexican tacos, and live music and entertainment, this festival is a great way to spend your Friday night.
To celebrate summer solstice, every year the Circle City hosts a huge yoga event downtown on Monument Circle. Over hundreds of yogis gather to connect with the community and enjoy an hour of yoga lead by various instructors. Namaste!
Dead and Company, consisting of three Grateful Dead members along with John Mayer, Bill Kreutzmann and Oteil Burbridge, played at Klipsch Music Center this past Friday. The Grateful Dead has not played at what used to be known as Deer Creek since 1995, so this was a very big deal for Indianapolis. Crowds gathered outside of the venue on Shakedown Street where venders were selling goods like tie dye shirts, hat pins, Jerry Rolls, stones, and much more.
Our Street Team was there to capture Indy's first Pride Parade. Featuring over 150 groups lined up, the parade captured the attention of the thousands of people there. From all different backgrounds, It was a great day to celebrate the LGBTQ community.
Every Thursday night in June, Indy has the annual Monumental Mile that began just 3 years ago. With 9 different categories to participate in, this 5,280ft race is for all ages and levels of experience. Finishing in the hear of Indy, the Circle, participants can enjoy a free beer and fun.
Bright Side Dental and Orthodontics and Nuvo asked you snap to a selfie at the Monumental Photo booth in a chance to win a $500 whitening courtesy of Brightside Dental and Orthodontics. These are our RUNNER ups! Great job everyone!