Local Entertainment- Music, Theatre, Sports & Pets
Cathy Morris plays a mean electric violin. Check her out in the summer months at the outdoor Holliday Park Nature Center.
The Indianapolis Men’s Chorus & The Indianapolis Women’s Chorus - joining together to strengthen the spirit of pride.
Jennie DeVoe is a local favorite with her smoky vocals and bluesy style. Check her out at the outdoor Biergarten during the summer months – great venue.
The Lawn at White River State Park was named one of the top 100 outdoor concert venues in the world in 2006 by Pollstar magazine. Enjoy lawn seating overlooking the White River
during concerts each summer featuring nationally known artists. With seating for 5,000, this is the perfect place to listen to music under the stars.
Pride of Indy Bands is Indiana’s only LGBT-ally musical organization that has several talented ensembles - a concert band, marching band, pep band, jazz ensemble, woodwind ensemble and brass ensemble.
Summer Nights Film Series at the IMA celebrates the 35th annual Summer Nights film series. From early June to late August, movies will be shown every Friday on the IMA’s amphitheater. Pack your lawn chair and your picnic, and come hang out in the IMA’s backyard for films under the stars.
Verizon Wireless Music Center, formerly known as Deer Creek, is just north of Indianapolis. It is the biggest outdoor music venue in the region. This is a great place to see your favorite artists along with 24,000 other fans.
Indianapolis Sports Teams & Leagues
Fever – Women’s National Basketball Association
Naptown Roller Girls – Indianapolis Flat-Track Roller Derby
Women’s Football - Indy Crash – a full contact sport
Women’s Rugby Team – Hoydens
Northside Women's Rugby - All experience levels welcomed, age 19+ Contact Amanda Coppes email@example.com
Women’s Softball – Metro Softball Complex
Indianapolis Gay Flag Football league - This group was created to promote GLBT friendly flag football in Indianapolis. We want to form at least one
team and if there is enough interest we will have more. We are looking for a couple guys who committed to organizing and running the team.
IT IS OPEN TO PLAYERS OF ALL SKILL AND EXPERIENCE LEVELS.
Indiana Gay basketball League - The Indiana Spartans, a local amateur basketball team. We do represent the GLTBSA community.(Gay Lesbian Transgender Straight Alliance) We also play in tournaments around the country. We accept all skill levels in our open gym
Weds Nights 8pm-10pm 1337 Shelby St Indianapolis, IN 46203. We accept male and female players. We do ask that you be over 18 years of age to play in the open gym.
Indianapolis LGBT Film Fest features docudramas and short films that are entertaining, diverse, provocative and educational. This annual fundraising event is held each November
to benefit the Indiana Youth Group (IYG), a non-profit organization founded in 1987 to serve the needs of Indiana LGBT teens.
The Phoenix Theatre presents the best of contemporary theatre in an intimate setting. Through issue-oriented plays, audience members become aware of social concerns and are challenged to examine their roles as individuals responsible to society.
Ballet Theatre of Indianapolis Ballet Theatre of Indianapolis was founded in order to reestablish professional ballet in the Greater Indianapolis area. Our vision is to contribute to the local arts and cultural scene by showcasing a diverse repertoire, focusing on beloved classics as well as innovative works.
The Theatre Within The vision and intent of Theatre Non Nobis, theatre ministry of The Church Within,is to create both a place and an opportunity for thought-provoking quality theatre.Productions raise the
awareness of societal issues, turning them on their edgeinviting challenge, change, and positive impact within society.
Theatre on the Square In Indianapolis, at the very heart of the Mass Ave Arts and Theatre District in Chatham Arch, you’ll find a true Indianapolis original living work of art, Theatre on the Square. Founded in 1988 by current Executive Artistic Director Ron Spencer and a group of friends, the theatre was originally located in another Indianapolis historic neighborhood, Fountain
Square. An eighty seat playhouse, with a single performance space, the theatre outgrew its first home after five years and was relocated to 627 Massachusetts Avenue, a mere half a block from Chatham Square.
ADOPT, don’t shop! Many pet stores get their dogs from puppy mills. The Humane Society of Indianapolis is the leading voice for the welfare of animals and improving their quality of life. HSI is the first choice in providing direct services for shelter cats and dogs, including
adoption, foster home placement, behavior training, appropriate medical care, and
affordable spay/neuter services.
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Dog parks can provide a great physical and social outlet for you and your four-legged family member.
is an annual fundraiser for the Humane Society of Indianapolis held the last Sunday of April at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s
famous 2-1/2 mile oval. Mutt Strut has become HSI’s premier fundraising event and one of the largest activities for people and their pets in central Indiana.
Pet adoption saves lives! Adopt a puppy, kitten, dog, cat or other pet.
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