2930 Waterfront Parkway,
Indianapolis, IN 46214
Phone: (317) 299-8400
Fax: (317) 299-9257
This legendary track hosts some of the most anticipated auto racing events in the world. The track was the first speedway, being constructed in 1909, and to this day is the highest capacity sporting venue in the entire world, able to hold up to 400,000 spectators. The Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400, and the US Grand Prix are the track's most famous events. The on-site Hall of Fame Museum houses NASCAR and racing memorabilia and artifacts. At any given time at least 75 vehicles are on display for the public.
Located along West 38th Street in Indianapolis, the Fiesta Banquet Hall is a prime space to organize parties, banquets, galas and social events. The hall is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities and technologies, and in the past, has provided a perfect atmosphere for cultural celebrations and other ceremonies as well. Call ahead for more information.
The O'Reilly Raceway Park is well known for hosting motor sporting events like the Kroger Speedfest, the NASCAR Busch Series, drag races and several other events are held here all year round. You can catch all the action by booking your tickets online, and by reading weekly updates posted on the official website. You can also contact the box office for details and bookings. Don't forget to check the weather updates before leaving for the track, though schedules can be thrown off by bad weather.
Located on the Marian University's campus, the Indianapolis Civic Theatre is one of the biggest professionally run community theaters in the nation. Offering theater lovers with six quality shows during the season, the place has a gorgeous set up and fantastic acoustic capabilities. Besides theater, the venue is also used for hosting lectures, meetings, conferences, musicals and community gatherings. The place is also used for auditions and by the University's theater department for their performances and practices. Call ahead for information on tickets and other details
With a seating capacity of approximately 5,000, The Kuntz Memorial Soccer Stadium is home to various state soccer competitions. Various championship games are held here. The stadium provides superior facilities including newly renovated locker rooms, VIP conference room, press box and many others which heightens the soccer playing experience. For more details, call ahead.
The Toby at Indianapolis Museum of Art also called Tobias Theater is an elegant venue used for movie screenings, film festivals and lectures. It is also hosts contemporary music and dance shows. Equipped with a good sound system and plush seats, it is also available on rent.
The Reilly Room is a small multi purpose room located in the Butler University. Although it is small, it is one of the most frequented areas on campus as this is where some of the finest readings, lectures, recitals and concerts take place. Call for further details.
One of the gems on the campus of the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, the IUPUI Gymnasium, known fondly as the Jungle, has been at the center of all basketball action here since 1982. With a capacity for 1215, offered on chair backed seats, the arena is where the university's Jaguar basketball team plays its home matches. See the website or call to know more.
The Varsity Field of the Butler University is one of the famous soccer fields in the area. The area can seat up to 500 individuals and also contains within it teams benches, elevated press box, storage facility for equipment. Head here and you are sure to find a practice session going on or a an amazing match in progress. This field is part of a huge unit that incorporates outdoor tennis courts and other intramural fields. Kindly check the website for event details and rental information.
Built in 1928, the Hinkle Fieldhouse was once the largest basketball venue in the country. Located on the campus of Butler University, this basketball stadium attracts students, sports lovers and spectators alike. Call or visit the website to check out the game schedule.
If you have art at heart, then Clowes Memorial Hall at Butler University is the place to be. Built in 1963 in memory of the late Dr. George Henry Alexander Clowes, it hosts a performing arts series every year and focuses on international and cultural live performances. It is also suitable for conferences, operas, receptions and concerts. With a capacity of 2172, there's never a dull moment!
NCAA Hall of Champions - Conference Center is a state-of-the-art facility in White River State Park. It features many meeting rooms, ballrooms and an auditorium for various events. It comprises of two buildings the Brand and Dempsey which are linked through an internal corridor. Each space is distinct and is also uniquely named such as Theodore Roosevelt, Judith Sweet, Chancellors and Presidents, and Jesse Owens.