Tickets & Events in Crawfordsville

First Friday Food Truck Festival at Old National Centre Parking Lot on Friday, September 5 (Up to 63% Off)

First Friday Food Truck Festival

Old National Centre Parking Lot

$32 $12

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Monthly festival brings food trucks and fashion trucks together to serve cuisine while live music plays

The Power of Success with Tony Robbins and Steve Harvey on Friday, October 17 (Up to 64% Off)

The Power of Success

Bankers Life Field House

$189 $68

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Guests including life coach and self-help author Tony Robbins and comedian and motivator Steve Harvey share insights into achieving success

Women of Faith: From Survival to Revival at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on September 26 and 27 (Up to 30% Off)

Women of Faith: From Survival to Revival

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

$99 $69

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A Bible-focused weekend of inspiration and entertainment, including music, speakers from churches around the world, and comedy

$5 for a Movie Outing with a Ticket at Studio Movie Grill (Up to $10.25 Value)

Studio Movie Grill

College Park

$10.25 $5

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A wide selection of new releases and cult classics is projected on towering screens as viewers watch from leather recliners and tables

Five-Course Murder-Mystery Dinner for Two, Four, or Eight at from Occasions Divine (Up to 58% Off)

Occasions Divine

Near Northside

$400 $169

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121-year-old Victorian clubhouse hosts a five-course dinner, spiced up by 1 of 10 devious murder mysteries

Two Groupons, Each Good for Movie, Popcorn, and Drink for Two or Four at Wafford Theater (Up to 50% Off)

Wafford Theater

Noblesville

$10 $6

Audiences can enjoy black-and-white, color, and sepia-tone movies such as 1944's Arsenic and Old Lace and 1965's The Sound of Music

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four Including Cart Rental at Dogwood Glen Golf Course (Up to 53% Off)

Dogwood Glen Golf Course

Warren

$116 $55

Astride a cart, golfers cruise 9-hole, 3,329-yard course twice for an 18-hole round

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Today’s Groupon offers an upgrade from your biography audio books. For $25, you’ll hear legendary lyricist Stephen Sondheim’s candid confessions at The Long Center on Thursday, November 12; the Austin Chronicle’s Robert Faires will prompt the esteemed composer to reflect on his career, collaborations, and creative process during the 8 p.m. event.

111 N 6th St
Lafayette,
IN
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Before 1958, the only audible sounds on the grounds of Lucas Oil Raceway were rattling tractors and mooing cows. Nowadays, the 267-acre farm-turned-auto-racing-center roars with thunderous racecar engines on three different racetracks: a 0.686-mile oval track, a quarter-mile drag strip, and a 2.5-mile road course littered with 15 turns. Using this abundance of pavement, the staff stages an array of events and races, including the Mac Tools U.S. Nationals and Wild Wednesdays, where drivers can drag race their own street-legal cars, provided they have a driver's license and their cars have a clean pair of running shorts.

10267 U.S. 136
Indianapolis,
IN
US

A grand, elegant oasis for all art aficionados, the recently christened Center for the Performing Arts houses several exquisitely designed stages, including a classical Palladium dome in the main building and, just across the green, the new Tarkington Theater and the intimate black-box Studio Theater. Fans of show tunes, timeless melodies, and old-fashioned sly innuendo will get their kicks as the swinging musical Cole enchants the Studio Theater with a swansong performance. Like a biopic with human actors, Cole tells the rollicking tale of Cole Porter, a songwriter synonymous with romance, America, and ascots. From hits such as “Anything Goes,” “Night and Day,” and “I Get a Kick Out of You,” Cole Porter’s perpetual knack for song-crafting gave pep to countless Broadway and Hollywood productions, simultaneously inventing whistling and Harry Connick, Jr. Through song, dance, and intertwining narration, Cole briskly whisks audiences along the jolly tune-aholic’s life journeys, as his humble Indiana beginnings, Parisian blossoming, and triumphant tinseling of Tinseltown binds the Great American Songbook in titanium lace.

The Studio Theater at the Center for the Performing Arts
Carmel,
IN
US

Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis in White River State Park, the Indiana State Museum showcases the state’s art, science and cultural history from the prehistoric era to now. The museum’s permanent collection tells Indiana’s story, from glaciers to the first settlers, with a Native American exhibit that highlights the various cultures of local and regional tribes. The first floor showcases the state’s natural history while the second floor has its cultural history, with exhibits like The Ancient Seas, Birth of the Earth, Crossroads of America and Global Indiana. Each year, several traveling exhibits pass through the museum, allowing visitors to see something new with each trip. During Christmastime every year, part of the museum’s third floor transforms into Santa’s home, and children can ride the Santa Claus Express train. The museum also contains an IMAX theater, showing documentaries and family-friendly movies.

650 West Washington Street
Indianapolis,
IN
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It seems fitting for the Indiana Repertory Theatre to be housed in such a dramatically beautiful 1927 multi-story concrete building. With its white terra cotta façade, emphasized by the Spanish-baroque style triangular curved arch, the building draws attention to the theatre troupe’s glowing marquee in downtown Indianapolis. Inside, the cadre of actors pull crowds in further, showcasing classic productions and newer works with seeming ease. A marble-floored grand lobby welcomes in theatergoers looking to catch one of their nine annual productions, while the sweeping staircase shows mezzanine level patrons to their plush seats. The not-for-profit Indiana Repertory Theatre, founded in 1972, is the only League of Resident Theatres entity in Indiana, sporting more than 100 seasonal and full-time staff.

140 W Washington St
Indianapolis,
IN
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In this day of DVDs and in-home, on-demand options, drive-in theatres are a rarity. But Tibbs Drive-In Theatre continues to provide what’s generally considered to be an old but cherished way to watch movies, particularly around Indianapolis. From early spring through mid-fall each year, Tibbs visitors can enjoy large-screen movies from the comfort of their own vehicles, or pull together an array of lawn chairs and other foldable furniture for strategically-positioned seats inside the facility’s parking lot. A variety of movies run across the four screens, usually as double-headers, making Tibbs an all-night destination. Concession stand options are plentiful and varied, and a large, grass-covered area is available near the main screen, where younger moviegoers often gather and play.

480 S Tibbs Ave
Indianapolis,
IN
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