Looking for some great fun to celebrate this 4th of July? Here are some ideas:
Blast from the Bridge at Geist – 5:00pm to ? . Join the Geist Lake Coalition for great fun, food, boat parade and fireworks that begin at Dark. http://geistlake.com/blog/feature/blast-on-the-bridge-schedule-map-for-2014/
Firecracker 6 Run and Walk– Registration is now open for the fifth annual event. The run will begin at 8 AM and finish in front of the City Market, which will be bustling with food, music and prizes. Proceeds go to benefit Hoosiers Helping Heroes, a nonprofit that ships care packages to troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Learm more at: www.firecracker6.com/
First Friday Food Truck Festival– Head to the Old National Centre and grab dinner at some of Indy’s most famous food trucks before checking out the First Friday art show. Enjoy live music, games, beer tasting and more while you are munching on your portable dinner. Admission is only $5, or free for children under 5. Details at: www.oldnationalcentre.com/
‘Zoolapalooza’ Concert– The Indianapolis Zoo has scheduled weekly concerts every Friday until July 18: and this one just happens to fall on the 4th! Check out www.indyzoo.com/ for more information on the performers and prices.
Symphony on the Prairie at Conner Prairie– Stop by Connor Prairie Interactive History Park to listen to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra play your favorite patriotic hits. The show finishes with a BANG! Literally. Fireworks will follow the concert- www.indianapolissymphony.org/.
Indianapolis Indians Baseball at Victory Field– What’s more patriotic than a game of baseball? Watch the Indianapolis Indians take on the Louisville Bats, followed by a great view of the downtown fireworks. Tickets at: www.indyindians.com/
4th Annual Donatos Downtown Freedom Blast in Downtown Indianapolis– The biggest fireworks show in town! And admission is free. See http://bit.ly/TBMTpw for all of the details.