Lights at the Brickyard
Indy’s newest holiday event features more than 2 million lights in 400 displays on a 1.7-mile driving trail. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway wants this unique experience, with associated out-of-car festivities, to become an annual family tradition at the iconic racetrack. The drive takes 30-60 minutes to view and will be open through December 31. Tickets are $20-$40.
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
Broadway in Indianapolis brings this Tony Award-winning romantic musical comedy to Clowes Hall through Sunday. The contemporary spin on the classic fairytale features the magical elements you expect (pumpkin carriage, glass slipper) plus some surprising twists! Be ready for dreams to come true with great music and stunning costumes. Tickets are $38-$92.
Raiders of the Lost Ark – Film + Orchestra at Hilbert Circle Theatre
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of this Academy Award-winning film through Sunday. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra will perform the classic John Williams score while the movie plays on a screen behind them. Harrison Ford stars as Indiana Jones, an adventurer trying to find the Ark of the Covenant before a group of Nazis with nefarious plans. Tickets are $10-$112.
Festival of Trees at Indiana Historical Society
Step into a winter wonderland to see 72 elaborately decorated trees. Themes range from traditional bulbs to the World Series to Indiana’s Bicentennial to Disney’s Frozen and Super Mario Bros. Special programming includes live holiday music, visits with Santa, crafts, and more. Tickets are $5-$9, and you can see the exhibit through December 30.
Maxwell and Mary J Blige in Concert
Bankers Life Field House
Colts vs. TN Titans
1pm Sunday, Nov. 20
Lucus Oil Stadium