There are so many exciting events, festivals, and concerts happening in Indianapolis this month. We’ve put together a list of the not-to-miss events to be your guide.
Vintage Indiana Wine & Food Festival, June 7
A festival of wine, food, and fun…need we say more? Head to Military Park on June 7th for this award-winning festival and try more than 200 award-winning wines. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs to enjoy live performances. For more info, visit the event’s website here.
Dr. Dog at the Vogue, June 8
Dr. Dog hits the stage with The Districts, and The Hawks at the Vogue in Broad Ripple. Tickets are $20. To purchase tickets, go here.
Cathedral Women’s Strawberry Festival, June 12
Attention strawberry shortcake lovers! Head to Monument Circle on June 12th. The festival begins at 9 A.M. but entertainment will start at 10 A.M. The festival will end at 6 P.M. or when supplies run out, so don’t delay!
Friday the 13th at the IMA, June 13
What’s the best way to spend Friday the 13th? By watching Friday the 13th at the IMA’s outdoor amphitheater of course! To see the full film schedule head here.
INDIEana Handicraft Exchange, June 14
The INDIEana Handicraft Exchange is a contemporary craft fair. If you love modern handmade items, you won’t want to miss this event! Admission is free but bring some cash for local fare, a craft beer and, of course, a handmade good or two! For more info, visit the event’s website here.
Talbot Street Art Fair, June 14-15
The Talbot Street Art fair is continually ranked as one of the best art fairs in the country. This year, see goods from 270 juried artists and enjoy live entertainment. For more info, visit the event’s website here.
Brew-Ha-Ha, June 21
The 19th Annual Brew-Ha-Ha benefiting the Phoenix Theatre will be held this year on June 21st. Indy’s original craft beer festival will be held on the 700 block of N. Park Avenue between Massachusetts Avenue and E. St Clair Street in the Mass Ave Arts & Theatre District. For more info, visit the event’s website here.
Indian Market & Festival, June 21-22
Head to the Eiteljorg Museum for a weekend celebration of Native American culture through demonstrations, art, music, dance, food and more! For more info, go here.
Arctic Monkeys at the Farm Bureau’s Lawn, June 24
Indy’s favorite outdoor concert venue hosts Arctic Monkeys and White Denim on June 24th. Tickets are still available for purchase here.
Marsh Symphony on the Prairie presents the Music of Led Zepplin, June 28
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra will be rocking to the music of Led Zepplin at Conner Prairie on June 28th. For ticket information or for the full Symphony on the Prairie schedule, go here.
Which events are you going to this month? Give us a ring if you want to take a ride on the Pickled Pedaler before or after the event!