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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Join the race of the century, a 5K through scenic Franklin to celebrate the total solar eclipse.
Find some one-of-a-kind eclipse souvenirs and treats.
Enjoy festive music and décor as you stroll through both outdoor vendors and vendors in three buildings.
Enjoy displays about the eclipse, an eclipse speaker, and an exhibit from the time an eclipse was last in our area.
Farm Girl Mercantile will offer food, wine, eclipse glasses and more.
Come to Johnson County Park for three days of fun to celebrate the total solar eclipse.
Make the Franklin Elks your hangout during eclipse weekend.
Come to Patches Flower Farm in Franklin for a weekend of eclipse viewing, live music, camping and free eclipse glasses.
Come to the DriveHubler.com Amphitheater at Young’s Creek Park for a great lineup of summer concerts.
Register to take part in this adults-only Easter egg scavenger hunt.
There will be live music, food trucks, a hot air balloon, a race, and more April 6, 7 and 8 at the amphitheater.
Join a conversation with authors Emily Freeman and Shannan Martin at Wild Geese Bookshop.
Calvary Baptist Church is opening its parking lot for reserved RV parking, and the church has an open field for eclipse viewing.
Enjoy live music, food, drinks and tethered hot air balloon rides the day before the eclipse.
Come to Franklin Community High School or Franklin Community Middle Schoo for eclipse viewing.
Johnson County Public Library is opening its library branch parking lots for free eclipse viewing and free internet.
Visit the Johnson County Fairgrounds for eclipse viewing, entertainment, food vendors and more from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 8.
Enjoy the wide open space at Kelsay Farms for eclipse viewing and fun.
Enjoy a slate of eclipse activities not found anywhere else at The Legends Golf Club.
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church is inviting the public to park in their parking lot and view the eclipse from their field.
Clark-Pleasant Community Schools is opening up its school lots for eclipse viewing.
Come to New Hope Church for overnight and day sites for campers, recreational vehicles and tents.
This church is opening up its parking lot and lawn to host those who want to view the eclipse.
Experience the total eclipse at Indian Creek High School, where you can reserve a spot for a vehicle or an RV.
This church on the north side of Franklin is opening its parking lot for eclipse viewing.
Enjoy an eclipse-themed menu, including blackout sangrias and a wine tasting from Midnight Cellars.
Discover Downtown Franklin will be cooking out to provide eclipse viewers with some tasty grilled food.
Enjoy paved spots that you can reserve in advance, indoor bathrooms, playground, food, and free eclipse glasses.
Do you want to experience solar eclipse totality — and celebrate it at the place that’s a little more festive?
Fly in or drive in for this eclipse party at BOLDAviation at Indy South Greenwood Airport. There will be food trucks and music.
Enjoy live music from The Doo!, food truck eats, refreshments and eclipse glasses.
Turning Point Church is hosting an eclipse viewing site featuring free parking and lawn seating.
This club will open up for eclipse viewing, and they plan to serve food, provide public restrooms, and provide free eclipse glasses as well.