Summer Solstice Celebration & Free Outdoor Concert
Jump start the summer season with IMA’s annual celebration in The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres. Make a little art, have a bite to eat in the meadow, and enjoy great company where nature and creativity come together. Get warmed up with Indy’s DJ Kyle Long and activities curated by Heidi Fledderjohn.
Described as "a hurricane of influences," Rupa & The April Fishes’ musical languages converge from around the world; from punk to indie rock, from reggae to raga to rockabolly, chanson to cumbia, from Malian guitar patterns to mournful duduk melodies. Check out this recent NPR story about the band. Experience a day in the park like no other. Bring a blanket and dancing shoes. Event occurs rain or shine.
Food & Beverage
Sun King Brewing Co. is the Official Brewery of this program.
Limited parking is available at the 100 Acres lot near the Fehnel Entrance and Free Basket. Park at the IMA’s main lots and walk - or take a shuttle (running 6-10 pm) to the park.
Shuttle service is available from 6 to 10 pm and will circulate between the IMA main building and 100 Acres Fehnel Entrance.
Walking or biking to the Park?
There is an ADA and stroller accessible parking lot at 100 Acres. The park is also accessible from the Central Canal towpath that runs north from Broad Ripple to the Park. Bike racks are available at all entrances to 100 Acres. If taking the bus, the IMA is located on Indy Go bus routes #34 and #38.