Tickets & Events in Indiana

X-Fest II: Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival – Up to 42% Off

X-Fest II: Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival

Klipsch Music Center

$26 $15

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Hard rock festival features Godsmack, Seether, Skillet, Pop Evil, Escape The Fate, and a burlesque show from Suicide Girls

UniverSoul Circus – Up to $11.85 Off

UniverSoul Circus

Lafayette Square Mall

$32.85 $21

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Worldly cast dazzles audiences with aerial performances, exotic animals, and hip-hop dance set to pulsating music ranging from soul to Latin

UniverSoul Circus – Up to $11.85 Off

UniverSoul Circus

Lafayette Square Mall

$32.85 $21

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Worldly cast dazzles audiences with aerial performances, exotic animals, and hip-hop dance set to pulsating music ranging from soul to Latin

Half Off Gary SouthShore RailCats Baseball Game

Gary Southshore RailCats

U. S. Steel Yard

$50 $25

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RailCats look to take over first place in the division during two homestands, including a game on July 4 against the St. Paul Saints

Half Off Gary SouthShore RailCats Baseball Game

Gary Southshore RailCats

U. S. Steel Yard

$50 $25

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RailCats look to take over first place in the division during two homestands, including a game on July 4 against the St. Paul Saints

Terry Fator – Up to 30% Off Performance

Terry Fator

The Venue at Horseshoe Casino

$41 $28.70

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Second-season winner of America's Got Talent scores huge laughs with his army of puppets and spot-on celebrity impersonations

Up to 70% Off Preseason Football Game

Indianapolis Colts

Fanfare office

$158 $48

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After a thrilling run to the playoffs last season, Indianapolis reprises its potent passing attack during two preseason games

A Night With A&E's Duck Dynasty – Up to 39% Off

A Night With A&E's Duck Dynasty Willie, Korie, Si & Al Robertson

Columbus North High School

$39 $26

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Willie, Korie, Si, and Al Robertson answer fan questions and tell stories about their family, business, and faith; includes express entry

Up to 61% Off Circus

Loomis Bros. Circus

Henry County Saddle Club at Henry County Memorial Park

$22.09 $12

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Traveling circus delights audiences with clowns and acrobats, as well as trained tigers and elephants

Bill Maher – Up to 47% Off Standup

Bill Maher

Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

$47 $25

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Emmy-nominated comedian addresses various hot-button issues with brutally honest opinions

Lyle Lovett and His Acoustic Group – Up to 52% Off

Lyle Lovett And His Acoustic Group

Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

$52 $25

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Iconic, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter from Texas charms on tour with his acoustic band, touting his latest album, "Release Me"

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An all-ages destination for live entertainment, Daddy Real’s The Place doesn’t just host rollicking regional and national acts in its intimate setting, it also boasts a full kitchen and bar. There, concertgoers can peruse the menu for upscale pub dishes such as orange-ginger-glazed duck wings, Indian flatbread pizzas, and the Big Daddy burger complete with pastrami, provolone, onion strings, and a penchant for dominating the remote control. After sating their appetites, diners can groove along to live tunes on Jazz/Blues Night, workout laughing muscles at a comedy show, or try their hands at performing on open mic night.

3855 E 96th St
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Latitude 360 hosts food, shows, and interactive gaming in a single space. The Latitude 360 Grille serves up upscale casual fare and drinks, while the state-of-the-art game room encourages guests to play for credits that they exchange for prizes. Then there's the HD Sports Theater, where 13 HDTVs and a 12-foot HD projection screen immerse viewers more than a sofa mounted on the field goal. Visitors can also watch popular comedians at the Latitude LIVE showroom on weekends, dance to live local music at the Axis Bar & Stage, or bowl down one of 25 luxury lanes.

4016 E 82nd St.
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Jack Rabbit Slims specializes in familiar American eats, such as nachos, grilled-cheese and bacon sandwiches, and beefy burgers. To complement these adult- and kid-friendly foods, the eatery also produces hand-dipped milk shakes and glasses of house wine.

3720 East Raymond Street
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Fort Wayne Philharmonic’s extensive history lends credibility to the talented wind-wielders, sing-stringers, brass-handlers, and percussion operators that currently make up the symphonic orchestra. Experience classical music resurrected for modern times during the Lincoln Financial Foundation’s casual concert series, which offers musical classicists four different options. On September 24, customers can lend ears to a medley of Ravel’s impressionist compositions, Bach’s baroque-ish lullabies, and the original scores of Haydn, whose beautiful sounds inspired Beethoven to invent the record player—a story that will be musically retold during the concert entitled Beethoven: Revealed. Each concert is preceded by a happy hour in the Rolland Gallery with hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.

4901 Fuller Dr
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

"Heavenly Mozart" presents a melodious performance of four pieces composed by the world' most influential Amadeus. The orchestra's chorus takes the stage during the pensive strains of Ave Verum Corpus while 2010 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis Gold Medal winner Clara-Jumi Kang uses her bow to reel audience members into the grandiose intricacies of Violin Concerto no. 3. Or, practice your stomp-clap rhythms in time to "The Gospel According to Swing", an afternoon of gospel and jazz standards featuring the trumpet croonings of Byron Stipling, a former member of the Count Basie Orchestra. The passionate performance will provide listeners with a soul-sized dose of "Amazing Grace" and answer the age-old question of what exactly happens when the saints go marching in.

401 SE 6th St
Evansville,
IN
US

Dubbing the theater “The Palace” when it opened in 1921, Chicago architect J.S. Aroner strove to capture a regal ambiance with a patchwork of diverse, though uniformly opulent, building styles. Patrons today can spot baroque, Greco-Roman, and even art-deco designs as they drift through the restored rose, blue, and cream entryway. But in 1959, The Palace was crumbling, and it seemed that future generations would miss out on this aesthetic experience. A concerned citizen by the name of Mrs. Ella Morris swooped in, though, purchasing the building for an undisclosed sum and then selling it back to the city for $1, which she promptly blew on gumballs. Newly named, the theater welcomed such acts as Louis Armstrong, REO Speedwagon, and Fleetwood Mac in the ensuing decades until a major, two-year overhaul began in 1998. Now restored to its original condition, the venue hosts standup acts, Broadway musicals, big-name concert performances, and fully produced ballets.

211 N Michigan St
South Bend,
IN
US