Indy Folk Fest Brings Neighborhood Together
The eighth annual Indy Folk Fest will once again gather neighbors and friends from noon to 10 p.m. on August 18 at the Indy Hostel. Featuring local musicians and artists, food vendors and microbrews in a laid-back atmosphere, the event is family friendly and feels as much like a picnic as it does a music festival.
Festival-goers are encouraged to bike to the event and bring chairs and blankets. Ample street parking will be available, and lawn seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Indy Folk Fest opens their stage to various community organizations to share the good work being done in Indiana. All proceeds will benefit Teachers’ Treasures and the Children’s Bureau, Inc.
Admission: $12.50 general; $50 VIP tickets; children 8 and under, free. Location: 4903 Winthrop Ave. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit IndyFolkFest.com.
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