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Indy Crit
This year, downtown’s biggest cycling gala features not one but three races in addition to the family-friendly Kid Zone and HandleBar rides for those of us in less impressive shape.

Black Expo Summer Celebration
The highlight of this 11-day party is the music festival at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, featuring Jaheim, Jazmine Sullivan, and Stokley of Mint Condition, among others.

Carmel Fest
The Hamilton County suburb hosts its annual parade, talent contest, and fireworks. Set those lawn chairs out early to claim your spot.

Microbrewers Festival
It’s the summer reunion of Hoosier beer. More than 100 brewers from around the region gather at Military Park to pour samples and compare beards.

Art Dish
The Harrison Center pairs Abi Ogle’s paintings and former R Bistro chef Regina Mehallick’s cuisine at this monthly dinner.

Independence Day Social
The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site invites everyone over for ice cream on the lawn to celebrate the Fourth of July.

Craig Robinson
Best known as Darryl Philbin from The Office, Robinson performs at the Helium Comedy Club.

48 Hour Film Project
The Indy Film Fest gives local contestants two days—along with a single character, prop, and line of dialogue to get them going—to create a movie. The flicks ultimately screen at the Athenaeum.

Harry Potter Marathon
Newfields keeps the projector hot with eight straight days of Harry Potter films, one per evening.

Atomic Movie Night
The Indiana State Museum’s new film series focuses on time travel, so naturally, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure gets its turn on the IMAX big screen.

Blues Traveler
At The Lawn, singer John Popper and company play the old hits in addition to songs from their latest album, Hurry Up & Hang Around.

Tedeschi Trucks Band
With its first new album in three years (Signs), this blues rock act makes its annual stop at The Lawn.

Train & The Goo Goo Dolls
Two of the biggest pop bands of the late ’90s and early 2000s join forces at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center.

Brad Paisley
Summer at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center always involves this country superstar.

This rock band is the first to perform on Indy Convergence’s new floating stage on the White River.