Historic Indy Pub Crawl

Brandon Judkins, director of programs for Indiana Humanities and Robert Davie, historical interpreter for Indiana Historical Society talk about an upcoming bar crawl along Indianapolis’ Massachusetts Avenue will pair adult beverages with historic tales (and re-enactments) of crime and punishment in the city.

Tickets are $50; Includes all food and drink for the evening. They will start and end at the catacombs under City Market, with 4 different Mass Ave-area locations, including The Hall (Old City Hall), Ball & Biscuit, Pizzology and Art Bank Gallery.

At each stop, attendees will get a beverage and hear a tale of a notorious Indy crime. Some places will be a bit more participatory than others – for example at The Hall, attendees will hear closing arguments in a case against D.C. Stephenson and vote on whether they think he’s guilty or innocent. Historical interpreters from the Indiana Historical Society will re-enact some of the scenes for us.

All proceeds benefit Indiana Humanities and humanities-related programming for Hoosiers.

Indiana Humanities is a statewide nonprofit that encourages Hoosiers to think, read and talk.


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