Mar 8, 2024 - News

Indy weekend events: Vintage market, flower & patio show, live comedy

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If you've ever wanted to climb Indy's tallest building, now is your chance.

What's happening: The Fight for Air Climb will take place Saturday morning, guiding participants up more than 1,000 stairs to the top of Salesforce Tower.

  • On average, the climb takes participants around 25 minutes.
  • Participants agree to a $100 fundraising minimum to benefit the American Lung Association.

If you go: Online registration is closed, but onsite registration is available.

  • Climbers are placed into start waves, beginning at 8am for the general public.
  • Registration is $45, not including the $100 fundraising requirement.

Here are the rest of our picks for the weekend:

🛍️ Turn up the funk in your wardrobe at the Six Ways Market, a vintage and handmade clothes and home goods market at Sun King's downtown tap room, 6-10pm tonight.

ğŸŽ¤ Yuck it up with comedian Kevin Nealon, best known for stints on "Saturday Night Live" and "Weeds," at one of four shows tonight and tomorrow at Helium Comedy Club.

💐 Take your outdoor space to the next level with tips from the Indiana Flower and Patio Show, running tomorrow through next Sunday at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.

  • One-day tickets are $13 online or $15 at the door. Parking is $10.

🍀 Get ready for St. Patrick's Day with CCA's annual St. Practice Day bar crawl through Broad Ripple, starting at 5pm tomorrow.

  • Tickets start at $15 and include five stops, two Bud Lights, a mug, scarf and afterparty.

📽️ Don't forget your costume for tomorrow night's midnight showing of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at the Irving Theater.

  • Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door.
  • You can't bring your own props, but a prop kit will be sold at the show for $4.

🧘 Unwind with Doom Metal Yoga, which is exactly what it sounds like, 1pm Sunday at Black Circle Brewing Company.

🤑 Have a Sunday Funday for a good cause when you enter the mini cornhole tournament at 317 BBQ in Broad Ripple, supporting Habitat for Humanity's Women Build program.

  • Tournament is 1-4pm. Team entry is $40.

ğŸŽµ Stave off the Sunday scaries with indie rockers Beach Weather, playing the HI-FI 7:30pm Sunday.

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