There are always great festivals and events happening in Festival Country Indiana, just south of Indy. We are your destination for music festivals, craft brew and wine festivals, and weekend festivals that check the box for “plenty of things to do with kids.”
So, if you’re looking for things to do this weekend, come to the place of festivals. Once you experience Festival Country Indiana, you'll want to return time and time again.
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Enjoy satisfying soups, freshly-baked breads and live music every Saturday and Sunday through March.
Come view the art of Alyssa Overton, which is created in many different mediums.
Enjoy dinner, drinks and a show featuring the hits of male and female vocalists.
Are you ready to enjoy 16 of the best stouts in the world all available in one place? In celebration of MashCraft’s release of their imperial stout, Mariana, they are inviting their friends from other breweries to compete in a stout challenge to find out who is the most awesomest.
Enjoy a supper, auction and gospel concert to benefit local teacher Karon Cheek, who is battling cancer.
Create your own custom fragrance and pour a candle at Main & Madison Market Café in downtown Franklin with Ollivene Candle Co.
The Johnson County Public Library authors series presents a chance to meet New York Times best-selling author Jennifer Chiaverini.
Join Top Floor Women for a morning of organized networking, a personal story from a featured speaker, and a question and answer session so you hear what you need to propel you toward achieving your personal best.
An annual wine event. Tickets are $125 per person and include a four-course meal with expertly paired wines with each course.
See films from the Heartland Film Festival during this two-day film festival.
Prominent local businessman Howard Hubler will speak at the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.
Annual spring craft fair with more than 40 vendors selling various craft and other products of all types.
Join The Apple Works for an afternoon to learn about their pruning process, see the beautiful grounds, and enjoy apples and more from their shop.
This gala is an annual benefit for the Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy. It features dinner, live entertainment, silent auction and more.
The Johnson County Public Library authors series presents a chance to meet New York Times best-selling author Lisa See.
Bunco Night, benefitting Franklin Education Connection, is back. If you don’t know bunco, don’t worry because the rules will be explained.
Join the centennial celebration of Franklin’s Wonder Five basketball team with the opening of a Wonder Five exhibition at Johnson County Museum, followed by the unveiling of a historical marker honoring the Wonder Five.
A Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2016, The Wolves follows an indoor women’s soccer team as its members navigate big questions and wage tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors.
Vintage home décor, furniture, jewelry, linens, primatives, repurposed items and more.
Planetary Brewing Company is celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a party inside, and on the street outside, the brewpub.
Enjoy traditional country music, original music, southern rock and outlaw country. Tickets are $10.
Join CrossFit Sworn and Flower Chic for an afternoon learning about flower arranging.
Come for a full day of celebration including green beer, specialty cocktails, and live music.
Enjoy an evening cabaret featuring Tamaren Grace.
If you love trains, join them for an open house to see a variety of model trains and layouts.
Get a behind the scenes tour of Taxman Brewing Company’s brewery from a Taxman team member.
Join Johnson County Museum of History for their Victorian Tea event. Experience a Victorian Tea and learn at the same time.
Nationally Touring WW II Style Vintage Variety and Burlesque Show will be at the Greenwood VFW to recreate the magic of the Hollywood Canteen of the 1940s.
Non-members of the Moose Lodge are welcome to come enjoy food, drinks, music and dancing.
Enjoy a great dinner and a big band production featuring the music of Miles Davis.