Nothing says summer like a classic outdoor movie among the fireflies. Share this experience with your family free of charge at Iroquois Amphitheater's Summer Movie Series.
If the lower cost of living isn't enough to bring you to Southern Indiana, maybe these three weekend events will help you work up the courage to drive across a bridge.
The Louisville Orchestra has amended the timing for their summer concerts to account for our friend the sun. The performances continue this weekend.
It's a street party on Bayly as a renowned author and recognizable NPR voice breaks out the Sharpie and greets the fans.
Things kick off this Friday with Eli Young Band and continue through the end of August with a healthy mix of country and rock.
Event promises to help you take better care of yourself and the Earth.
The multi award-winnig talent sings, dances, jokes, and performs for the masses as part of his "Intuition" tour in July.
If Memorial Day is the unofficialy kickoff to summer, then things will get in full swing throughout the city's arts community starting June 5th.
Animals roll 24/7 in life, and now you can get wild with them at the zoo later into the night as the zoo extends daily hours to accomodate summer sightseers.