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Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra – Star Spangled Symphony

Almost as popular an Indy tradition as the downtown fireworks, the ISO’s annual Star Spangled Symphony is a must for your 4th of July plans. There are several opportunities to experience this patriotic tour-de-force: Friday, see the show at The Lawn, where tickets are $28.25; or head to Conner Prairie Saturday-Tuesday for the salute to America, with tickets starting at $35.

Zoolapalooza – The Bishops

The Indianapolis Zoo’s annual Friday night summer music series provides fun for the whole family. You get live music, games, animals, food, and a full bar, all included with regular admission of $19.70 for adults and $14.95 for kids. Rock your way into the weekend with The Bishops, a party band playing a wide variety of music.

Connecticut Sun vs. Indiana Fever

One Bankers Life Ct., 125 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, IN 46204

July 1 at 4:00 PM

Party on the Plaza

Bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets to the Indianapolis City Market for a special Fourth of July party!

The party features food, live entertainment, family-friendly games and activities, and the Tomlinson Tap Room beer garden. The event will culminate with the IPL Downtown Freedom Fest fireworks display.

Guests of all ages are welcome to view the fireworks display from one of Indianapolis’ prime downtown vantage points – City Market’s Whistler (West) Plaza.

The City Market will provide community style placemaking and programming throughout the evening with games and activities including face painting, ping pong, lawn chairs, sidewalk chalk, and corn hole. Spectators are also encouraged to enjoy the newly renovated East Plaza, which will feature a rain garden and bocce ball courts

Tickets: $5, adult pair; $6, adult; $4, seniors (65+); free, children 12 and under.

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