What to do in Indianapolis: Sept. 22-24
Here are the rest of our picks for the weekend:
🎸 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.
- The free event is self-directed.
🚂 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.
🌎 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.
- The legendary benefit for American farmers being held at Ruoff Music Center is sold out, but tickets are available on the secondary market, starting around $100.
🎻 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.
- Tickets start at $67.
🪅 Learn about Latin American cultures with your kiddos at Fiesta de la Familia at the Children's Museum, 10am Sunday.
- The event is free with museum admission. See the full schedule of events.
🏈 Watch the Colts take on the Ravens at the team's official watch party at Midtown Plaza in Carmel.
- The free event starts at 10am. Kickoff at 1pm.
🍇 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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