Music & Dance
Drawing back the curtain on the Sugar Plum Fairy, Snowflakes, and other ”Nutcracker” names on stage from December 21 to 23.
The family that gave birth to the King of Pop had humble beginnings in Gary, Indiana.
What began as a concert dreamed up over beers has, 15 years later, grown into one of Indy’s biggest nights of music and charity: Tonic Ball.
We attended Bloomington’s annual world music-and-art festival at a time when ”globalism” ain’t exactly everybody’s cup of kombucha. Here’s what we found there.
Tips from the executive director on how to make the most of Bloomington’s annual celebration of art and world music.
The Indian movie industry, the biggest in the world, gets toasted in Indy this month with films, fashion, and, of course, lots of dancing.
Mood music, from lively to laid-back, sets the scene at this Latino nightclub.
Ricky Skaggs and Sam Bush are just two of the icons playing at the Southern Indiana hoedown in May.
The former front man for Margot & the Nuclear So And So’s—one of the most successful bands to come out of Indy in the 2000s—releases his first solo album this week. The album confronts the disease, lost love, and growing up Edwards has experienced since the group broke up.