We like to connect people with all kinds of events and opportunities around Indy. So, whether you’re into salsa dancing, steampunk, indie rock, whiskey or libraries, hopefully you’ll find something here. Some of the events below might be hosted by IndyHub, but most of them have been submitted to our calendar by people like you! Just click on that green “Post Your Event” button and give us the details.

Feb
28
Wed
Meet the Brewers & Name the Beer @ Sahm's Ale House Monon
Feb 28 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Get to know the crew behind Big Lug Canteen.
DRNK CLTR will be teaming up with Big Lug Canteen to host the first event of its kind in Indianapolis. Have you ever wondered what goes into brewing at a mass scale? Interested in learning how to combine your passion with brewing and the restaurant industry? More importantly… Have you ever thought of an awesome beer name and wished you could name a beer?
Well, now is your chance to do all those things.
Your ticket will include a “Meat & Three” option which will be open and available from 5:30pm-6:30pm as well as ONE drink ticket. More drink tickets available on site.

Agenda:
5:30pm-6:30pm: Meat and greet. (Meat & Three Dinner + One Drink Ticket)
6:30pm-8:00pm: LIVE Podcast
-Meet the Brewers – Who they are and how they got into beer.
-Learn about the beer, the brewery, canning the first beer, the new location coming to the old Bent Rail Brewery, and the new food items.
-What goes into naming a beer? Beer naming stories!
-Q&A w/ YOU (the audience).

Mar
14
Wed
Karaoke in the Catacombs @ The Indianapolis City Market
Mar 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Explore a part of Indy few people ever see AND sing your heart out at Karaoke in the Catacombs!

The $5 cover gets you all the karaoke you could want, as well as one can of Sun King beer, and Tomlinson Tap Room will be on hand with more great Indiana craft beer and some wine! This will be a 21+ event, so be sure to bring your ID!

The entrance to the event will be through a door in the Wabash Street alleyway, where it intersects with Delaware Street.

Please note that the City Market Catacombs have very uneven floors, and we ask that all guests wear closed toed shoes.

Due to accessibility to the Catacombs, we will be limiting the number of tickets available AND the number of people in the Catacombs at one time. If you have questions about accessibility to the Catacombs, please email event organizer Joe Perin at jperin@indycm.com