2122 Holiday Lane
Franklin, IN 46131
Phone: (317) 736-0480
Fax: (317) 736-4580
2122 Holiday Lane, Franklin, IN, US, 46131
- Phone: (317) 736-0480
- Fax: (317) 736-4580
Located inside the Franklin Cultural Arts & Recreation Center, the Our Town Players is a state-of-the-art theater that focuses on the promotion of performing arts. The theater is used to host shows in diverse genres that are a sheer pleasure to watch. With a great sound and light systems, the plays performed here are amazing to view. The theater is also given out on rental basis for private functions. If you are interested in performing arts, Our Town Players is sure to give you some insight into the local culture of the city.
The Johnson County Fairgrounds are located in the city of Franklin which is sufficiently close to the state capital Indianapolis. It's this proximity which makes these fairgrounds highly sought-after by trade fair organizers. Free Wifi across the grounds ensures that all delegates are connected at all times. Logistics like parking, security, resident crew, lighting, sound etc are topnotch here, and this explains the popularity of the Johnson County Fairgrounds.
Showing recent Hollywood features. Office phone: 317-882-2685.
Tag your family along and head straight to Indiana Downs. The place offers the best events that guarantee unlimited fun and excitement. Most exciting are the horse racing events that herald screaming crowds and dizzy fans. Hang around the clubhouse or just take the kids for a treat to the fabulous eateries and restaurants. To make it more enjoyable, it is best to visit with a large group and thereby avail of the discounted offers. For further information, log on to their website.
What is now a theater and a theater company began its journey as a small theater group in the year 1973 as "Four C Theatre". Later on, the popularity of the company grew and it acquired a permanent location in an ancient chapel. In the year 2001, the company relocated in Buck Creek Playhouse, which is now their stage for performances. The theater is a small establishment with seating only for 130 people and hosts plays with a wide variety of genres, ranging from musicals to experimental theater and youth theater. If you are interested in exploring the fast depleting theatrical culture of the city, Buck Creek Playhouse is the place to catch a show.
If dancing to live music with your friends is your idea to spend a weekend night, then the Rock House Indy on the South Keystone Avenue wouldn't disappoint you. This live music bar and nightclub is known for hosting plethora of independent artists and bands, as well as well-known DJs much to the delight of those who love letting their hair down on the dance floor. Apart from the dance floor, the 5000 square feet (465 square meters) space also comprises multiple large television screens, game room with pool tables and dartboards, and a cozy lounge where you can munch on tantalizing appetizers. Walk in here any day of the week for a thumping nightout.
Movie magic at its best is provided at the AMC Showplace Indianapolis 17. Thrusting one straight into the movie bonanza, the theater enhances the experience with its high tech sound and screens. So book your tickets immediately for the movie experience that awaits to blow you away. The intense moments are made more enigmatic while viewing it at the theater. For further information, call on the numbers mentioned.
A pumpkin patch, tractor-drawn hayrides, pony rides, cornstalk & strawbale mazes, barnyard animals, and pick-your-own-produce are just some of the things to enjoy at this annual October event. Live music on Saturday & Sunday afternoons.
The Wheeler Arts Community Center is a creative endeavor undertaken by the Southeast Neighborhood Development and University of Indianapolis. This arts center features an art studio, a gallery, rehearsal spaces, a fully-equipped theater and several meeting rooms. Professional practitioners of arts including painters, dancers, singers, sculptors and many other present and practice their art form here. Apart from that, the center also conducts classes and workshops pertaining to different art fields. For more details, call ahead.
A tavern that has been around for decades, the Vollrath Tavern has come to be a sort of an icon in downtown Indianapolis. Opened in 1926, the tavern survived through the notorious prohibition period, and has emerged as a favorite among locals as well as visitors. The bar has stayed more or less the same over the years, even its wooden plank floors and tiles remaining the same. Today, besides being an attraction on account of being one of John Dillinger's favorite hangouts during the Depression, Vollrath Tavern is one of the city's prominent live music venues, and hosts local as well as nationally touring bands. See the website or call to know more.
This 3500 square-foot music venue and full bar has hosted artists such as Andrew Bird, Cat Power and the New Pornographers. They welcome new acts - provided the material is original and can draw a crowd. Conveniently located in the Fountain Square area, Radio Radio's colorful modern decor graces the lounge with a sophisticated and inviting ambiance. Please keep in mind that Radio Radio is a non-smoking venue.
Between Thursdays and Saturdays, one can witness the uber-class of Indianapolis entering the doors of White Rabbit Cabaret to enjoy an evening of quality acts, refreshing drinks and great company. Brace yourself as the talented artists of this popular venue entice you with their thrilling burlesque performances and vaudevillian chicanery. The venue also plays host to non-burlesque acts, like touring bands and DJs. For more details on upcoming events of this place, check their website.