Try These Winter Events In Indianapolis

Dated: 11/15/2018

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Now that Halloween has come and gone, it's time to start planning for the fast-approaching holidays. Luckily, Indianapolis has plenty of events and activities to help you and your family make some great memories this holiday season. If you like indoor or outdoor activities, there is something for you to enjoy this holiday season. If you're on a budget, don't worry - there are still plenty of things for you to enjoy this winter.

  • Holiday Trolley Rides - Enjoy a trolley ride around downtown Carmel on the FREE holiday trolley! The trolley stops stop in the Arts & Design District, Carmel City Center, the Indiana Design Center and Center Green for the Christkindlmarkt and Ice at Center Green. Dates: December 1, 8, 15, and 22 from 2 – 9 p.m.

  • Free Holiday Concerts at the Indianapolis Public Library - At various library branches around the city, enjoy live classical holiday music provided by musicians of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. These short concerts are perfect for all ages. Dates: Varied - see the calendar here.

  • Indy VegFest Holiday Market - This free event is open to families and features all vegan and cruelty-free products, as well as vegan food. Date: December 9th at Biltwell Event Center.

  • Lights at the Brickyard - Grab the family, fill up your gas tank, and head over to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to enjoy more than 2.5 million lights and 500 different displays along the race track. The two-mile experience lasts about 30 minutes and you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own car! Plus, you get to say you've driven on the same track that so many famous drivers have already driven. Dates: November 16 - December 30.

  • Check out Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical at the Murat - Take the family to see the live musical version of this beloved story! You'll recognize the Whos, not to mention some of the hit songs! Dates: November 27 - December 2.

  • Noblesville Christmas Parade - Get in the holiday spirit with a parade that trails through downtown Noblesville. This is the 40th anniversary of the parade is free to the public and takes place right after Thanksgiving to kickstart the Christmas season. Date: November 25 - 2 pm.

  • The Trans-Siberian Orchestra “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” Concert - For one night only, enjoy a spectacular performance by the TSO. These multi-sensory concerts are great for music lovers of all kinds. Rock, opera, classical, vocal - it's all there! Date: December 5 – 7:30 pm.

  • Downtown Indy's Circle of Lights - Go down to Monument Circle to see Santa light the largest tree in Downtown Indy. The crowd-pleasing event has live entertainment, local media personalities, and fireworks! It's free and draws quite the crowd into downtown! Date: November 23 - starting at 6 pm.

Indianapolis has no shortage of entertainment options for your winter holidays. No matter how you plan to celebrate, there is an event for you! Stay warm and enjoy the festivities.  

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