What has become for my husband and me a highlight of summer in our Indy Parks is the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra playing outside at Garfield Park and the wonderful fireworks display at the end! This is a FREE concert at the MacAllister Amphitheater at Garfield Park featuring the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra with terrific fireworks at the end of the performance. This year it is being held on Wednesday, June 22nd and starts at 8:00 p.m. I would arrive early, as they have a huge crowd (but not as crowded as Symphony on the Prairie and certainly not the traffic or the price). There are a number of seats, but you may also bring your own chairs and blankets to sit back and relax. The Indianapolis Symphony will be playing patriotic music and this year the concert is called “An Evening for America”. See the attached flyer for more information and the sponsors.
Garfield Park is the oldest City Park in Indianapolis and is on the National Register of Historic Places. There is always a lot going on there. You may want to check out their web site for other special events and attractions. For those of you new to Garfield Park, it is located at 2505 Conservatory Drive, which is off Shelby Street south of Raymond Street.
Hope to see many of you Wednesday evening for the beautiful sounds of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and the fascinating sights of fireworks at the MacAllister Amphitheater in Garfield Park!
City-County Councillor District 6