Friday, November 18, 2005

Tonic Ball -- Tonight

I know tonight is a busy night if you're into the arts in Indianapolis. It's opening night of Indianapolis Opera's The Merry Widow (where I'll be) and the dinner for the opening of IMA's contemporary galleries (if you could afford the mere $150 ticket price). But if you like live music and you're looking for something fun to do tonight -- and cheaper -- hit the fourth annual Tonic Ball at Radio Radio in Fountain Square. The $15 ticket is a fundraiser for Second Helpings and the event features 16 local groups who will play two songs each -- one original and one Rolling Stones cover. Groups listed are Jennie DeVoe, Zero Boys, Otis Gibbs and more. Tickets are available at Luna Music, Future Shock, or through Second Helpings and at the door for $18. Bands kick off at 8:00 p.m. Also, before the show stop by the Wheeler Center down the street for an art show featuring 100 works by 100 artists -- all available for $100. The art show is free. This event sounds like a blast and if I didn't have "obligations" (read: season tickets), it would be my number one choice for tonight!

1 Comments:

At Mon Nov 28, 12:59:00 PM, Anonymous Nora Spitznogle said...

I found your blog through a series of other blogs.
Did you make it to the Tonic Ball?
I've been on the Tonic Ball committee for the last three years, and now work for Second Helpings.
It was a great evening!

 

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