Organizers cited “an abundance of caution” for canceling the event, which had been scheduled to run from July 31 to Sept. 7.
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The Indiana State Fair has been called off this year, but the fairgrounds will still feature dozens of rides and vendors selling fair food this summer.
The Children’s Museum said it is projecting a loss of $4 million to $7 million in 2020 because of the three-month health crisis closure.
The tourism group’s new “You Have Earned It” campaign focuses on Indiana residents and relies heavily on Facebook and Google advertising platforms.
The company had planned to begin opening theaters in mid-July, but last week the July theatrical release calendar was effectively wiped clean.
The head of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is refuting claims made earlier this week by musicians that management has been making financial decisions without any consultation or negotiations with the members of the orchestra.
It will be the second location for Moonshot Games, which opened its Noblesville location in 2018. The company says business is booming despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Indy Arts & Culture Restart & Resilience Fund, underwritten by Lilly Endowment Inc., will provide eligible entities with one-time grants ranging from $5,000 to $500,000.
Musicians from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra say negotiations with the organization’s management are nonexistent as the current contract is set to expire in less than two months and another round of furloughs has begun.
Tour promoter Live Nation has announced its first-ever drive-in concerts series, at three different venues in the United States in July, months after the live music industry went on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The nation’s largest movie theater chain changed its position on mask-wearing less than a day after the company became a target on social media for saying it would defer to local governments on the issue.
Costumes by Margie, which opened in 1970, almost changed ownership last month, but the pandemic ruined those plans
From Walt Disney World in Florida to Holiday World in Indiana, amusement parks are taking all kinds of steps to reassure the public and government leaders that they’re safe to visit amid the coronavirus crisis.
After three months of near total blackout of cinemas nationwide, movie theaters are preparing to reopen—even if it means only a few titles on the marquee and showings limited to as little as 25% capacity.
Several business owners in the city’s central business district and others along Massachusetts Avenue have enlisted staff members and local artists to paint murals and messages on the plywood covering the facades of riot-damaged buildings.
The Carmel City Council might force organizers of a proposed film and music festival to find funding elsewhere if they insist on holding it in May 2021.
AMC, the biggest movie theater chain in the U.S. and Europe, is seeking to tame its debt load by asking subordinated bondholders to accept cuts of about 50% from full face value on existing debt.
Organizers said public health concerns and financial resources were the main factors in canceling the 50-year-old event.
The all-volunteer group says it needs $30,000 to cover expenses before it’s back up and running in September, when it will stage the ABBA jukebox musical “Mamma Mia!”