WEEKEND GUIDE WITH TERRI STACY
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FRIDAY, Apr. 20th
10am|Indiana Roof Ballroom
Six Novelists will share their personal account of their newest books and be available to sign book purchases. Proceeds from the event go to educational programs at the Christamore House.
11am|Hilbert Circle Theatre
Winner of “The Voice” and Host of the 2016 IPL Yuletide Celebration! Josh and the Symphony, led by Conductor Jack Everly, will perform Broadway blockbusters, and smash soul hits. Enjoy complimentary coffee & pastries before the show. Other shows include Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
6pm|The Historic Ambassador House & Heritage Garden
Decorate your sneakers and enjoy appetizers, cash bar and the music of Matt Roush. Proceeds benefit the good work of the Assistance League. $40. Casual attire.
You’ll travel back to 1836 and assume the role of a fugitive slave on the Underground Railroad. “Follow the North Star” is not for everyone. You’ll be traveling in the dark and on uneven, rough paths. 12+ only. April 20-21, 27-28.
7pm|Morty’s Comedy Joint
Songwriter, comic, singer, poet and musician. Heywood Banks has become a cult hero and pop icon with a show that appeals to college students, to grandparents! Two shows – 7 & 9:30pm.
7pm|Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Round 1, Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. Pacers are back in the playoffs for the 7th time in 8 seasons.
The playoffs are almost here. Tickets to see the #Pacers in the postseason are on sale now.
— Bankers Life Fieldhouse (@TheFieldhouse) April 11, 2018
7:30pm|Franklin Central High School
A concert the whole family will love! The Wright Brothers (a fantastic local home grown band) will donate a good portion of the proceeds from the show, to the FC Performing Arts Dept. $20-25.
SATURDAY – Apr. 21st
Every Spring, juried artists make art outdoors during the Zoo’s signature event. You’ll have the opportunity to watch the artists as they create extraordinary works of art, inspired by the elements that surround them. The artwork will then be auctioned off on Aug. 23rd.
All Day|Participating Indy Record Stores
Celebrating vinyl and family owned stores. Luna Music in Broad Ripple is celebrating with live performances. Square Cat Vinyl, Karma Records, Indy CD & Vinyl and Musical Family Tree all participating!
10am|Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
Interested in the value of that old vase you inherited from your grandma? Professional appraisers and conservators will be on hand to provide you with FREE consultations. Appraisers can provide insight into the value of your items. Also info on how to take care of your valuables! Register for your slot today!
Over 125 vendors, food, kids activities, and live music. Back again this year is the “Recycle 5K Run/Walk”, which starts at noon.
Founder of the Great American Songbook Foundation and Artistic Director for the Center for the Performing Arts, takes the Palladium stage for an evening of timeless music. New York Natives Nick Ziobro, 21 & 19 year old Julia Goodwin each claimed the title of Songbook Youth Ambassador in 2012 and 2013. $35.
Madison, Wisconsin’s “Purple Veins” haven’t performed together since 2013, but after the death of Prince on April 21st, 2016, they decided the time was right to reunite. Doors open at 9pm. $15 and up.
SUNDAY, Apr. 22nd
Noon|The Jewish Community Center
More than 65 hands-on, environmentally friendly activities by nearly 50 exhibitors! Tour 2 new “tiny houses”! The JCC Farmers Market will also be open. FREE admission and FREE parking at Beth El-Zedeck.
6pm|Butler Arts Center
American Idol’s Ruben Studdard performs a special concert for fans of Luther Vandross. Incredible reviews! This one’s for you if you’ve missed Luther’s music.
— Butler Arts Center (@ButlerArtsCtr) March 23, 2018
8:30pm|Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Round 1, Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. Pacers are back in the playoffs for the 7th time in 8 seasons.