Nick White has reserved American Legion Mall for the Sept. 30-Oct. 2 weekend to launch the Evermore Music Festival. He still needs sponsors. And 35 acts.
The entertainment promoter, which already manages the historic building and performance venue by Mass Ave, has a pending deal to buy it from the Murat Temple Association.
For the first time in its 26-year history, the Indianapolis Fall Boat and RV Show will include an auction open to the public. Event organizers think it will draw bidders from far and wide.
In four years since begging indie acts to hit Indianapolis, MOKB Presents has become a ubiquitous name on the city's marquees. The concert-promoting duo expects to have a hand in 150 shows this year, a 50-percent increase from 2011.
Organizers plan to put on a central Indiana county fair as best they can despite a weekend fire that destroyed its 133-year-old wooden grandstands.
Organizers of some of Indiana's county fairs and small festivals are anxiously awaiting new rules governing the type of rigging involved in last summer's deadly State Fair stage collapse.
The company that produces both the Indianapolis Home Show and the Indianapolis Home & Flower Show said a Super Bowl-related scheduling conflict led it to combine the shows this year.
A management shift and a renewed marketing effort that includes new attractions and increased advertising in key markets has Circle City Classic organizers optimistic about the annual event’s future.
The Murat Temple Association, a Shriners affiliate that owns the iconic building, is suing Live Nation and Old National Bank
over a naming-rights deal announced March 16.
The Murat Temple Association is a Shriners affiiate that owns the Murat Centre, which on March 16 was renamed the “Old National
Centre” in a three-year deal between the bank and Live Nation.
Group that owns downtown’s Murat Theatre is considering legal options to prevent the venue’s name from changing to Old National