Weekend Guide with Terri Stacy
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
8am|Brickyard Crossing Golf Course
A NEW Tournament presented by Guggenheim. Featuring a full field of 144 players competing for a $2million purse. Today is Round 2 of the three day tournament. FINAL Round on Saturday.
— LPGA (@LPGA) September 5, 2017
8am|Indiana State Fairgrounds West Pavilion
It’s called “The Greatest Horse Show Ever Seen In Indianapolis!” It has a reputation for excellence, and has become home to the American Saddlebred National Sweepstakes, the second and richest jewel in the Triple Crown of horse shows. Goes thru Saturday. FREE!
Big 100th birthday celebration for the United Way of Central Indiana with entertainment, and food trucks. The Colts Alumni Players will be on hand for pictures and autographs. First 1,000 people will receive Free Colts Flags at the United Way tent.
Frankie Ballard is the headliner, with opening acts Clayton Anderson and Corey Co! The Colts bring fans a FREE show with performances and autographs from the Colts Cheerleaders. Bud Light specials and food provided by Kilroys!
7pm|Old National Centre
For millions of kids…KIDZ BOP is their first introduction to pop music, and the KIDZ BOP KIDS LIVE TOUR, just might be their first concert experience. Over the past 15 years, KIDZ BOP has created the #1 music brand for kids, selling more than 16,000,000 albums!
SATURDAY, SEPT. 9
9am|Indianapolis Museum of Art
“Indiana’s Nicest Day” with over 300 artists, 75 arts-related nonprofits and 6 stages of entertainment! Plenty of food options and an Indiana craft beer garden. The Art Fair goes on rain or shine. Presale tickets are $15. Day of show, $20.
9:30am|Dallara IndyCar Factory
A very interesting fundraiser for the American Lung Association! 60 minutes of yoga, and beer tasting at a great venue! Fun for everyone, even if you’re new to Yoga…just bring your own mat or sign up for VIP and they’ll take care of it.
Noon|St. Joan of Arc
One of my favorite festivals! Because of the food! Ratatouille with Bread & Basil Butter…Seafood Bisque…Boeuf Bourguignon with Pasta, BBQ Ribs, Crawfish Etouffee with rice!! Beignets…Cream Puffs! Chocolate Eclairs!! This is a good one! Goes until 10pm.
The largest canned craft beer festival in the Midwest, brings over 65 breweries from across the country…for your sampling pleasure! Plenty of good food available and live entertainment.
— SKB CANvitational (@CANvitational) September 2, 2017
4pm|German American Klub of Indianapolis
Enjoy dancing, music, and food! Get your fill of Bavarian Pretzels, Brats, Knackwurst, and Frickadellen! Inflatables, and carnival rides for the kids. $5, kids 12 and under are free! Henry Lee Summer and Tastes Like Chicken included in the musical lineup.
7pm|Klipsch Music Center
Chris Stapleton’s All American Road Show with Special Guests, Anderson East and Lucie Silvas.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 10
10am & 4pm|Indiana Transportation Museum
Wildly popular among all ages. No reservations required. Last ticket sold at 4pm. $10 ages 2 and up.
A lot of people excited about the “Grape Stomp”! Bring the family for a day of fun with live music, food trucks and a lot of grapes that need stomped! It’s free to stomp, but ticketed time slots will be given upon arrival. Space is limited so be sure to get there early!
7pm|Lucas Oil Stadium
Part of the Joshua Tree Tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the band’s classic fifth album. Beck will be opening up for the band.
— Live Nation Indiana (@LiveNationIN) September 5, 2017