Category - Live Music

This winter break, I am taking a little time off work to relax with my kiddos. The only trouble is they get bored when we are locked in the house for a little too long. I don’t want cabin fever to get the best of us, so I have a plan of action for when they are eager to explore.

Here are seven ideas for things to do during winter break in Hamilton County, Indiana - just north of Indy.

The holidays are on the horizon and it’s time to start planning. There is no shortage of events and things to do in Hamilton County, Indiana this winter. Here are just a few of the can’t-miss holiday happenings – scroll down to learn more about each!

It’s taken many years and plenty of trial and error to figure out which wines I really love. In our early twenties, my husband and I went on a trip to Napa and had no clue what we were doing or what anyone was talking about. We had a ton of fun (and wine, of course) but admittedly needed some education.

There are so many things to do in Hamilton County, Indiana this fall, with festivals every weekend through the end of October. From the quintessential to the quirky, there’s a fall festival for you to enjoy. Celebrate sweater weather and the return of crisp fall air with these can’t-miss events.

Hamilton County, Indiana plays host to several awesome music venues but nothing beats the beautiful outdoor amphitheater at Conner Prairie, host of the Kroger Symphony on the Prairie series. The summer weekends are packed with an awesome lineup of Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and guest performances. This year marks the 35th anniversary of this delightful gathering of music, friends and food.

BOOM! Ooooh! Aaaahhhh! When I think "America" I think parades with tractors, corn on the cob dipped in butter, browsing handmade goods at festivals and lots of beautiful fireworks. Thankfully, Hamilton County has you covered on July 4th festivities no matter what type of celebration you want to have.

It sounds like summer in Hamilton County, that toe-tapping time of year when free outdoor concerts are as easy to find as fireflies and sweet corn.

This seasonal celebration of all things musical is hitting a high note this year thanks to two milestones: the debut of Federal Hill Commons in Noblesville and the 15th anniversary of summer concerts in Fishers.