3514 South Keystone Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Phone: (317) 788-3100
Fax: (317) 780-6636
3514 South Keystone Ave, Indianapolis, IN, US, 46227
- Phone: (317) 788-3100
- Fax: (317) 780-6636
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.
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.
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.
Atomic Bowl Duckpin is one of the only two remaining Midwest duckpin bowling alleys (along with Action Duckpin Bowling - also located in the Fountain Square Theater Building). This form of bowling employs shorter pins and a smaller ball, and reached the apex of its popularity in the first half of the twentieth century. Visit the fun of a 1950's night out with vintage equipment, a retro jukebox, and historic bowling memorabilia. A snack bar and catering services for groups keep bowlers of all ages refreshed.
Duckpin bowling became a craze in the 1920s, with its signature short pins and smaller ball, and alleys popped up all over the country. Today few traditional lanes remain, with Action Duckpin Bowl (on the forth floor of the Fountain Square Theatre Building) one of the only locations in the Midwest. The 1928 alley has been restored to the decor of its glory days, with eight lanes, vintage equipment, a 1918 pool table, and historic bowling paraphernalia. The bowling alley also hosts a snack bar, full bar, and a large seating area with catering services for parties of up to 100.
An offshoot of the local independent label, Joyful Noise Record Store is nestled in the Murphy Arts Center. Stacked with more than 100 albums, the store showcases the label's music itinerary in vinyl, cassettes and flexi-discs. It also hosts events such as artists meets, listening parties, DJ shows and more. Besides that they have occasional live gigs from top-notch bands across the bands in their intimate performance venue.
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.
Peewinkle’s Puppet Studio is one of the finest and few puppet theaters in the city. The theater showcases puppetry performances that are very interesting to check out. You will also get to know some exciting facts about puppetry around the world. This theater is specially famed among the kids for the wonderful and mesmerizing children stories showcased here. If you are in the city and are looking forward to do something unique, Peewinkle’s Puppet Studio is the place to go. To book your tickets online, check the website.
Formerly a grocery warehouse, The Marvis Arts and Event Center is a one-of-a-kind space that will guarantee a successful event. With interiors that are quite typical of a warehouse, the place is spread over four levels and has various function rooms available on rent. Each of these rooms come well equipped with modern amenities and excellent back up facilities. The Marvis Arts and Event Center also has a rooftop patio overlooking the city skyline and a very lush outdoor garden. Pool tables installed within take care of the much needed recreation break. So the next time you are planning on hosting a part, a gala, a wedding or any other social gathering, look no further than The Marvis Arts and Event Center. Visit the website for more details.
Established as an events center in the year 2003, the red-bricked building that houses Mavris art and events center was built in the year 1883 to serve as a warehouse. The center today, provides a space of more than 25,000 square feet in its 3 storey structure for various family and cultural events. With a capacity to host more than 1400 people at a time during an event, Mavris is a perfect venue for events of any size. Call for more information.