Updated Sep 22, 2023 - Things to Do

What to do in Indianapolis: Sept. 22-24

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This is the weekend of Oktoberfests and the Circle City Classic, but there is plenty else going on.

Here are the rest of our picks for the weekend:

ğŸŽ¸ Rock fans have to choose between two shows Friday night.

  • Queens of the Stone Age take the stage at TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park, 7pm. Tickets start at $35.
  • Greta Van Fleet is bringing their Starcatcher World Tour to Gainbridge Fieldhouse, 7:30pm. Tickets start at $50.

🦙 Pet an alpaca, feed pigs and more during the North Indy Farm Crawl, from 9am to 6pm at various farms around Sheridan and Zionsville.

🚂 Peruse more than ​600 vendors selling handmade arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles or take a ride on the Nickel Plate Express at the free New Earth Festival, 9am to 6pm Saturday and 9am to 5pm Sunday in downtown Atlanta.

ğŸŒŽ Celebrate the history and culture of more than 20 countries at the Global Village Welcome Center's free Latino Heritage Festival, noon to 5pm Saturday.

🪕 Spend Saturday with music greats including Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews and more at Farm Aid.

ğŸŽ» Kick off the 2023 season of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at its Opening Night Gala, 6:30pm Saturday, featuring Hoosier and world-renowned violinist Joshua Bell.

🪅 Learn about Latin American cultures with your kiddos at Fiesta de la Familia at the Children's Museum, 10am Sunday.

🏈 Watch the Colts take on the Ravens at the team's official watch party at Midtown Plaza in Carmel.

🍇 Recreate that iconic "I Love Lucy" scene and stomp grapes at Daniel's Vineyard, 12:30-4pm Sunday.

  • It's free to stomp, but there are limited spots available.

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