12 things to do in Indy this weekend: March 11
On Saturday, the Emo Night Tour will be live at the Vogue Theater in Broad Ripple. Starting at 8 p.m., those 21 and over can hear DJs spinning songs from Taking Back Sunday, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, My Chemical Romance, and more. Tickets are still available for $15-$20.
Paranormal Crossroad is hosting a session at the Athenaeum on Saturday. On the show in March, Duncan, McGlinn, and Rice will show two investigations they conducted, sharing messages with the audience who may have brought spirits with them, an oracle card reading, and more. You can buy tickets to Paranormal X LIVE at athenaeumindy.com, watch the entire first season of Paranormal Crossroad on YouTube, and learn more about the band at goto.pxroad.com.
On Fridays, head to the Deluxe at Old National Center at 8 p.m. for an evening of R&B music. DJ Dauché will spin new and old hits with Apex host Laure for Colors Worldwide’s “R&B Only Live.” Tickets are $40.
Opened for the first time Saturday, “Eva Kor from Auschwitz to Indiana and Dimensions in Testimony” will be on display for the next two years at the Indiana Historical Society. The presentation covers his life and legacy. Kor tells his story of surviving Auschwitz as a child and the experiences of Dr. Joseph Mengele. Adult tickets to enter the IHS are $13; children 5-17 are $5.
Buy tickets to one of the games this weekend at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for the 2022 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament. Georgia Street is sure to be the sporting vibe all weekend, and Meridian Street is packed with jerseys.
It’s the last weekend to see playwright Dominique Morisseau’s “Skeleton Crew” at the Phoenix Theater. There are two shows on Saturday and one performance on Sunday. Tickets are $25 for general admission and $20 for students.
Eden Espinosa of Wicked, RENT and Falsettos is set to take the stage at Cabaret on Friday and Saturday nights starting at 8 p.m. There, the Broadway star is expected to perform songs from her albums, the show she’s been on, pop and rock covers, and she’ll even take requests. Visit thecabaret.com for more ticket information.
Inside the Murat Theater at the Old National Centre, Mexican American singer Marisela is set to dazzle her fans on Saturday. There are still tickets available for his show.
A traveling exhibit on the art of the American West and Native Americans by Andy Warhol is now in Indianapolis at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art. “Warhol’s West” opens for the first time on Saturday at the Eiteljorg, where it will remain until August 7.
The 2022 Indianapolis St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl begins Saturday at noon. After purchasing tickets, crawlers can check in at Tiki Bob’s on Meridian Street, where the crawl will then pass through downtown and Broad Ripple. Prizes, a scavenger hunt and more are promised.
The Lucky Dog 5k and Shamrock 5K Beer Run and BrewFest both take place at Military Park on Saturday. Lucky Dog supports local animal shelters and starts at 9:30 a.m. for a run along White River State Park. The Shamrock Race and Festival starts at noon, where participants will receive 10 samples of beer along the 5K and a pint at the finish line.
On Sunday, head over to Metazoa Brewing Company and paint a picture of your pup! There are two sessions: one at 11 a.m. and another at 3 p.m. Tickets are $45.
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