Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: Outrun the Sun

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Welcome the Sun with Open Arms (but don’t forget the sunscreen!)

Who doesn’t enjoy drinking a Fresh•Local•Beer on a sunny Indiana day? Once spring and summer hit the Hoosier state it’s hard to stay indoors. But, just as it’s important to drink responsibly, it’s also important to enjoy the sun responsibly. This means protecting your skin from skin cancer.


Outrun the Sun is Indiana’s only non-profit organization supporting skin cancer education and melanoma research. Our goal is to educate Hoosiers about ways of protecting themselves from the sun and also to learn the warning signs of skin cancer (the nation’s most prevalent cancer.)


The keys to fighting skin cancer are prevention and early detection. Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher. Wear hats and sunglasses. Perform self-skin exams every month and see a dermatologist annually for a full body exam—meaning the physician examines your skin from head to toe.


Get to know your skin: When conducting a self-skin exam, use a full body mirror to examine the front and back of your body. Check your arms and your palms as well as the folds around your elbows. Examine your legs and feet and look between your toes. Use a hand mirror to examine those hard to see spots, including your entire back and the back of your neck. Part your hair and look at your scalp. Take note of every spot you see and note any changes. 


Keep in mind the “ABCDEs” of melanoma:

A: Asymmetry. If you were to divide the mole in half vertically, horizontally or diagonally, the mole should appear the same on each side. Take note if one half of the mole does not match the other.

B: Border. The border of your mole should be smooth, well defined and even; not ragged

C: Color. Moles should be the same color throughout. They should not have different shades of the same color or completely different colors from one area to the next. Melanoma can present itself in a variety of colors: black, white, red, brown and even blue.

D: Diameter. Melanoma may appear in a variety of sizes. Most healthy moles do not exceed the size of a pencil eraser, about ¼ of an inch or 6 millimeters. If your mole is bigger, it should be examined by a dermatologist.

E: Evolving. Has your mole been changing over time? Take a photo of it every month so you can compare each time you do a self-exam. You are looking for any differences in color, shape or size.

NOTE: Melanoma also may appear as a lump or nodule under your skin. Take note of any new lumps or lesions or if anything on your skin changes. These are general guidelines and it is important to see a dermatologist for regular exams.

Skin Cancer Facts:

One American dies of melanoma every hour.

Melanoma is the most common cancer in people ages 25 to 29.

Skin cancer is preventable.

Join the fight against skin cancer by registering for the Outrun the Sun Race Against Melanoma on June 13 at Ft. Harrison State Park at 7:00 PM. Live music, refreshments and more!


Learn more at

Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: CarmelFest

Wednesday, May 13, 2015




The Rotary Club of Carmel continues its long-standing commitment to the community by once again taking on the role as the organizing body behind CarmelFest. Strong leadership, financial support and guidance for the CarmelFest committee are key elements in planning and conducting a successful event for Carmel and surrounding neighbors. CarmelFest, with over 50,000 attendees, is the largest annual project managed thru the Carmel Rotary and the largest Independence Day Celebration in Hamilton County.

Preparation for CarmelFest started several months ago, when the Carmel Rotary Club set the plans in motion for this year’s festival and handed the reins to Gary Sexton, CarmelFest 2015 Chairman. Under Gary’s leadership, the CarmelFest Committee members have diligently been working on festival details for this year’s CarmelFest celebration set for Friday-July 3rd & Saturday-July 4th at the Carmel Civic Square.


This year brings a new element to CarmelFest – a Food Drive. In order to give back to the community, The Rotary Club of Carmel & CarmelFest Committee, in partnership with the Good Samaritan Network, are collecting food by the can or sack at the entrances to the festival. According to Gary Sexton (CarmelFest Chair), “Our goal is to tackle the problem of food insecurity in Hamilton County. With the help of the Good Samaritan Network, we will distribute contributions to Carmel and surrounding food pantries.”


"As this year’s CarmelFest Committee Chairperson, I sincerely invite you, your families, friends, neighbors and guests of all ages to join us in celebrating Independence Day on the beautiful grounds of the City of Carmel’s Civic Center. At the two-day CarmelFest celebration you can enjoy family-fun in the KidZone, watch great live performances on the Geico Gazebo Stage where the Carmel Symphony will perform their “Star Spangled Salute” on July 4th, enjoy shopping in the MarketPlace and dance the night away in the ever-popular North Zone."


Making memories this 3rd & 4th of July at CarmelFest will be easy with tasty summer-time food options, amazing live entertainment featuring long-time favorites and new performers, arts and crafts booths, the CarmelFest Has Talent vocal competition, and fantastic fireworks launched by Firestone.

Family traditions have always played a strong role in our community - especially when it comes to the annual CarmelFest Parade. Since everyone likes to pick out their favorite viewing spots in advance – you can expect to see chairs line both sides of the two mile parade route about two days before the Marching Bands hit the streets.


In order to host such as amazing festival, a huge CarmelFest “Thank You” goes out to the City of Carmel, The Rotary Club of Carmel, all of our wonderful volunteers, and our generous sponsors.


Show your patriotic pride and join the celebration!


CarmelFest Highlights:


CarmelFest admission & parking are FREE


Two-day outdoor festival with Market Place, strolling performers, festival food & craft beer tent


KidZone with rides, games & petting zoo


Live entertainment on 3 stages


CarmelFest Has Talent vocal competition


July 4th Carmel Symphony “Star Spangled Salute” & military tribute - conducted by David Bowden


“Wright Brothers” band performance


CarmelFest 4th of July parade “Stars & Stripes Forever”


July 4th Freedom Run & Walk


“BANG! Ultimate Fireworks Experience” VIP party


Amazing fireworks show on July 4th- 9:45pm synchronized to music on WHJE 91.3 FM


Food drive & partnership with local charities


CarmelFest Details:

Location: Carmel Civic Square Carmel, IN 46032

Dates: Friday - July 3rd

4:00 pm to 10:30 pm

Saturday - July 4th

Noon to 10:30 pm


Join us on and follow us on Twitter @CarmelFestNews!

Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: Broad Ripple Art Fair

Wednesday, May 06, 2015






The Broad Ripple Art Fair, 45 years old this year, is everything great about Indianapolis. It’s a whole weekend filled with art, creativity, music, food and fun, and has traditionally served as Indy’s kick-off to the summer season. It’s also the largest fundraiser for the Indianapolis Art Center, who, for 81 years now, has been connecting hundreds of thousands of people to the arts through art classes, exhibitions and arts outreach to kids who don’t usually get a lot of art in school.

This year, we’ve taken the mantle of “Indy’s Art Fair,” and on May 16th and 17th, we’ll show you why. And, we’ve invited Sun King back to make it all more fresh, local and fun. Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect at this year’s Broad Ripple Art Fair:

You can’t have an art fair without the artists, and the Broad Ripple Art Fair boasts over 225 professional artists and artisans from around the country (and a good bunch of homegrown talent too). What’s special about our fair is that, not only can you find amazing, one-of-a-kind artwork, you can meet the artists who create it. You can hear their stories and personally connect to the creativity that guides the hand of each artist at the fair.

Inside our studios, you can be an artist at this year’s art fair too! All weekend, our artist-instructors will be leading hands-on art classes, demonstrations and activities for anyone who’s curious about what it’s like to make art at the Art Center. All during the fair, you can learn to fling, drip and pour paint like Jackson Pollock, or learn to throw and form clay on a potter’s wheel, or pound and build metal into your own unique jewelry, or take part in a community mural. Everyone goes home with their own art! Our resident artists will also be on hand showing off their skills and talents, like how they turn molten fire into glass art, or use smoke and fire to make gorgeous Raku pottery, or forge metal into a work of art.



Art isn’t only what hangs on walls in museums and galleries. Sometimes it’s found on a plate of lovingly prepared food made with the same care and creativity as a painting or sculpture. This year, we’ve invited dozens of chefs to bring the art of food and drink to the fair. Check out the list of locally-focused and gourmet restaurants, breweries (Sun King!) and vintners at this year’s fair. And come hungry!

There’s so much more! All weekend will feature non-stop performances on three stages: a WFYI Blues Houseparty stage hosted by Indy’s blues ambassador, Matthew Socey; a WTTS Lawn Stage, featuring jazz and rock from from local favorites and up and coming stars; a Christel Dehaan Family Foundation Cultural Arts Stage featuring dance, performance and song by local arts and culture organizations. New this year - interactive art activities and creative games for all ages! For kids - a WFYI Kids Stage featuring Daniel Tiger of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and three Prizm - the Artist’s Supply store - creativity zones all around the fair for fun, quick art activities for kids.

Want to start the weekend early? Join us Friday night, May 15th for the Broad Ripple Art Fair Preview Party, presented by Turkle & Associates. You’ll get a sneak peek and early access to over 50 art fair artists, (and get all the good stuff before the masses come!). You’ll also be treated to tons of food, beer, wine and tea tastings by local chefs, brewers and food artists.


One ticket gets you all of that. And, it helps the Indianapolis Art Center engage, enlighten and inspire the community through art. Get your tickets today!


Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: Indiana Tour De Cure

Thursday, April 30, 2015



The Indiana office of the American Diabetes Association would like to thank Sun King Brewing Co. for their continued support of the Indiana Tour de Cure. Over the last four years, Team Sun King has raised more than $19,000 to help Stop Diabetes in the state of Indiana. Additionally, Sun King has hosted the annual kickoff party and hosted fundraisers and group rides on behalf of the Association.

If you would like to take advantage of this great Spring (finally!!) weather, join us for the FREE Tour de Cure Training ride on Saturday, May 16 at Sun King Brewing Co. Sun King is located at 135 College Avenue in Downtown Indianapolis. We will meet in the parking lot and plan to leave at 11:30 a.m. for a leisurely ride utilizing the bike lanes, Cultural Trail and bike paths from Downtown north toward Broad Ripple then back to the brewery. Everyone over 21 years old will be invited into the brewery to sample local craft beer at 1 p.m. Here is a route map. Everyone is invited, not just registered riders; feel free to bring a friend. For questions and to RSVP please contact Rob Nagel We hope to see you there!




What is the Indiana Tour de Cure?



The Tour de Cure, the American Diabetes Association’s premier fundraising event at the nation’s most famous motor sports landmark, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday, June 20. Choose from five route options, each designed for cyclists of all ability levels. Rest stops, snacks and drinks, support vehicles and medical assistance will be provided on each route. Lunch will be available for riders in the garages along with team tents, sponsor booths and entertainment in the Pagoda area.



What are the routes?


• 50K & 75K road routes: scenic routes that wind through northwest Marion County which begin and end on the track.

• 100 mile track challenge: Ride 100 miles (40 laps) on the famous oval OR ride a 50K or 75K route and finish on the track. Make sure to stop by the odometer check-in before and after the ride.

• Family/Recreational ride: Set your own pace and distance. Enjoy a ride around the track with your family. Great for riders of all levels. Family check-in closes at 11 am.

• 2nd annual WBR Gran Fondo at the Indiana Tour de Cure: All riders who have registered and raised the $200 minimum for the Indiana Tour de Cure are eligible for the WBR Gran Fondo. For a small donation to benefit World Bicycle Relief, you will be able to complete a chip-timed lap, a 40K or a 100 mile ride on the oval. Prizes awarded to the top 3 finishers in age and distance categories.



What is the fundraising Requirement?


Riders need to raise $200 per person to ride. Raise $250 or more and choose a special thank you gift in recognition of your fundraising achievement. Raise $500 and become eligible for the commemorative jersey.



Are you a Red Rider?


If you have diabetes (type 1 or type 2) you are eligible to be recognized as a Red Rider. Just contact your local Tour de Cure coordinator and let them know. You will receive FREE recognition gifts on event day, including a Red Rider jersey. You are why we ride!



Please register for the Tour de Cure at

Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: Indianapolis American Association of Zoo Keepers

Thursday, April 16, 2015




In 2014, there were 1,215 rhinos poached for their horns which is claimed by the Chinese and Vietnamese to cure various illnesses. Rhinoceros horn is comprised of keratin which is the same as our hair and fingernails so it is always growing. It is estimated that 20,000 White, 5,300 Black, 3,300 Greater One-Horned, 100 Sumatran and 45 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. If poaching continues at this drastic rate, there is the question, what is the longevity of rhinos on this planet? 


Bowling for Rhinos was started in 1990 by the American Association of Zookeepers to assist the International Rhino Foundation in rhinoceros conservation. The proceeds from BFR are donated to help three ecosystems: Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Africa, Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park in Sumatra, and Ujung Kulon in Java. These three ecosystems are home to more than just rhinos. Vulnerable and endangered elephant, giraffe, lion, cheetah, leopard, zebra, tiger, and sun bears all are found in the same regions


Here in Indianapolis, our 501c(3) chapter’s annual event will be held on May 16th at Hindel Bowl (6833 Massachusetts Ave). This family oriented event consists of bowling, a raffle and a fantastic silent auction. The auction has one of kind paintings from some of the animals themselves, behind the scenes tours at the Indianapolis Zoo, local sports related items and various other unique items you won’t want to miss out on. Please join our event for a good time but most importantly to raise awareness about the current struggle rhinos face in Africa and Asia. 


You can pre-register online at for $20 including a t-shirt. If you have any questions or would like further details please visit our website or like us on Facebook at If you are unable to attend the event, please consider donating to this wonderful cause by visiting  



Save Your Tabs Collection Challenge - Summertime Edition 2015

Tuesday, April 14, 2015



With warmer weather finally here, that means we find ourselves outdoors more.  Whether you are at an Indy Indians baseball game, on a boat with friends, or grilling out in your backyard for patio hangouts, cans of Fresh•Local•Beer go hand in hand!

Sun King challenges you to help out with the Sun King Save Your Tabs Collection Challenge benefitting Ronald McDonald House of Indiana . We ask that you, our beloved fans, friends, and family, to help collect aluminum tabs. The tabs you collect can be of any aluminum tab variation, from a can of Fresh•Local•Beer, energy drink, soda, or canned water!  Unite your friends, family, and co-workers on collecting as many tabs as you can for the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana and you will receive various Sun King prizes as your reward.


What do you think of when you think of a can tab?

An can tab is not just a piece of aluminum that helps open up your delicious Fresh•Loca•Beer, to the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, one of Sun King’s Community Partners, it is a valuable resource. For over 15 years the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana has been collecting aluminum tabs to recycle them and generate much-needed funds to cover operating costs and support all of the families served.

Who is the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana and what do they do?

Every year approximately 1,500 families stay at the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana while their children receive life-saving treatments at Indianapolis-area hospitals, primarily Riley Children’s Hospital.

The Ronald McDonald House focuses on those families with critically ill or injured child. The Ronald McDonald House is the only organization in Central Indiana that provides low-cost, short-to-long-term lodging to these families. Funds received from the recycling of the tabs adds up to around $30-$50K annually. These funds go towards the operating expenses of the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana and can cover the cost of operating 3 rooms in the House for an entire year.

The Save Your Tabs Collection Challenge kicks off on Thursday, April 16th at the Indianapolis Indians baseball game and Craft Beer Night!  The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana will be at the game sampling the latest Sun King brew, fun adult activities, and more!   Join Sun King and various community partners throughout the summer for Craft Beer Nights at the Indians games.  Learn more about these partners and help collect tabs.  A $1 per pint at these games will go towards that Craft Beer Night featured community partner.  

Craft Beer Night Schedule: 


• April 16: Bitter Druid ESB, proceeds benefit Ronald McDonald House.

• May 14: Popcorn Pilsner, proceeds benefit Second Helpings.

• May 28: Barrel-Aged Specialty, proceeds benefit Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

• June 11: Specialty Sour, proceeds benefit Gleaners Food Bank.

• July 23: Barrel-Aged Specialty, proceeds benefit Teacher's Treasures.

• Aug. 13: Specialty Sour, proceeds benefit Little Red Door.

• Sept. 3: Oktoberfest, proceeds benefit Indy Humane Society.


So start collecting your tabs now!  The Save Your Tabs Collection Challenge starts Thursday, April 16th and will run until Saturday, August 8th, 2015. 

On Saturday, August 8th, we ask that you stop by Sun King Brewery to drop off your collected tabs. We will weigh your tabs and reward you with prizes, and then we’ll deliver the collective bounty of tabs to the Ronald McDonald House where it will go to help those in need!

Prizes are detailed below:

• 1 to 4.9 lbs: $5 Gift Card

• 5 to 9.9 lbs: $5 Gift Card and a SKB Pint Glass

• 10 to 19.9 lbs: $10 Gift Card

• 10 to 49.9 lbs: $10 Gift Card PLUS one entry in a drawing for a $75 SKB Gift Bag

• 50 to 99.9 lbs: $10 Gift Card, one entry for $75 SKB Gift Bag PLUS one entry in a drawing for a Private Brewery Tour/Tasting for up to 10 people

• 100+ lbs: $10 Gift Card, one entry for $75 SKB Gift Bag, one entry in a drawing for a Private Brewery Tour/Tasting for up to 10 people PLUS $25 Gift Card with access to the SKB Private Cellar (full of specialty cans not generally available).

If you want to feel even better about cracking open a can of Fresh•Local•Beer then please join in the fun and help Sun King and The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana help families in need.

For more information about the contest, please contact Heather Hall. If you would like more information about the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, please visit:

Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: Mutt Strut

Monday, April 13, 2015



Ladies and gentlemen, start your paws!

Spring in Indianapolis means it’s time for one of the furriest events of the year: IndyHumane’s Mutt Strut! Each year, more than 7,000 pet lovers and their four-legged friends come together at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for The Greatest Spectacle in Dog Walking.


If you’ve never been to Mutt Strut, you’ve been missing out on one of Indy’s signature events! More than 6,200 pets – including dogs, cats, at least one iguana and a tortoise – attended Mutt Strut last year, and thousands more supported the event through contributions to participants and teams.


So what is Mutt Strut? It’s the largest annual fundraising event for the Humane Society of Indianapolis – your local, nonprofit, independent animal shelter – and every dollar raised from participants directly supports animals in need right here in Indy. In 2014, nearly $350,000 was raised by individuals, teams, and corporate sponsors, and that support helped to provide care for more than 3,600 animals who found themselves at IndyHumane!


The main event is a walk around the track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It’s the only time people and their pets are allowed on the world-famous home of the Indy 500 and the Grand Prix of Indianapolis, and a great way to experience the history and scale of an Indy icon! There’s also the Party on the Plaza, where participants can interact with sponsors and vendors, grab a bite from one of the food trucks, and learn about other great Central Indiana nonprofits. You’ll also find entertainers, performers, and kids’ activities; see demonstrations from IndyHumane canine and feline specialists; and learn about the different programs services offered by IndyHumane.


There’s a reason it’s called The Greatest Spectacle in Dog Walking, and we hope you’ll join us for the fun!



We’re inviting all friends of Sun King Brewing to join our SKB team and help us help the animals at IndyHumane. To get signed up, you can click here, or head to click “Join Team”, or create your own team and try to out-strut our staff! The first 200 folks to register with the case-sensitive discount code “SKBStrut” will receive a 10% discount off their registration, so act quickly!


Thinking about going BIG for Mutt Strut? The individual participant that raises the most for IndyHumane at Mutt Strut will be crowned TOP DOG 2016, and will have their pooch’s mug on the posters, T-shirts, and marketing pieces for Mutt Strut 2016! There are other great prizes for fundraising, too, including a Mutt Strut leash and collar set and a personalized basket of pet and human goodies! (There are prizes for the top fundraising team, too, so if you’re going to compete with us, make sure you mean business!)


The Humane Society of Indianapolis has served the Indy area since 1905, and is more than just a great place to find your new furry best friend! IndyHumane’s two low-cost vaccine clinics are a great resource for keeping your dog or cat healthy and happy with affordable vaccines, microchipping, flea/tick preventative, and more! You can also visit the IndyHumane Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic on the near west side to get your pet fixed before summer, and get him or her vaccinated while you’re there! Our Canine Training School and Dog Park at 79th and Michigan are great for Mutt Strut warm-ups, and for spending time building an even better relationship with your furry friend.



So bring your pet, your friends, your coworkers, or just yourself (no pet required!) for a walk around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and get your paws moving! Check it out at, and we’ll see you at the track!

Sun King Community Partner Spotlight: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

Monday, April 06, 2015





Each year, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful supports an average of 600 community improvement projects with more than 25,000 volunteers. For nearly 40 years, we’ve partnered with neighborhoods, the public sector, and Indianapolis community groups and businesses to help them achieve our vision for a beautiful city. These awesome projects range from community tree plantings, litter cleanups, super cool murals and even pocket parks in Indy neighborhoods. As you can image, it takes a lot of planning, committed staff and awesome volunteers and supporters to keep Indy beautiful.


KIB relies upon the generous donations of people like you, and the amazing support of fantastic businesses like Sun King to enable our work to engage diverse communities to create vibrant public spaces, helping people and nature thrive!


Even though you may not know it, your donation causes a chain reaction of good throughout our Indianapolis community. So what a better way to help our city stay clean and green, than throwing one back for Indy!

That’s right; just buy filling up your growler on Friday, April 24—it’s Arbor Day, y’all—you can help KIB. Sun King will be donating a portion of growler sales that day, and many other Indy business will be supporting us this month too.

Wondering how you can get involved? It’s easy!

VOLUNTEER: We are always on the lookout for amazing folks who want to make an impact in our city. Have a special skill—Master Gardener, what? Want to learn a special skill—can I interest you in power tools?Maybe you just love spending time with truly awesome people—we work with 30,000 of them every year! If you said yes to any of these questions, get to our website stat. You can sign up for any one of our fantastic volunteer projects all over the city; including our super popular Happy Hour Weeding, supported by Sun King.

PARTNER: Leaving your mark in this city is easy; especially if it’s a lasting impact in the form of a community tree planting or revitalizinga vacant lot in your neighborhood that would be the perfect pocket park or community greenspace. Even something as small as organizing your neighbors to pick up litter can make a huge difference in everyone’s quality of life...and we want to assist you in ALL of the things! Get to know our staff, these great folks can help you make an impact in Indy and introduce you to some great folks at the same time!

DONATE: We’d love to help you turn your green into green!We are asking people to think KIB during the month of April, to raise awareness about our work and funds for our community greening in Indianapolis with our Leaf Winter Behind campaign. Everyone’s gotta eat, right? Head over to and mark your calendar to grab lunch, dinner, or a drink at one of our friendly local businesses, and support KIB. You can also go shopping for a good cause this month, and a portion of the proceeds will support Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. Check out and get that holiday shopping out of the way early.




Sun King brews special beer for NUVO's 25th Anniversary

Wednesday, March 25, 2015


NUVO’s turning 25, and Sun King’s concocted a specialty brew for Indy’s Alternative Voice. The beer, an Imperial American Lager, is brewed with Indiana from Indiana’s Academy Malt Co. and Cousin Willie’s popcorn from Just Pop In (also an Indiana product). The beer’s malty, a little sweet and very smooth — an alternative beer for an alternative paper.

The name?
Social Justice!

Drink it in, peeps — Social Justice is available now in the Sun King Tasting Room and throughout all of Central Indiana.  NUVO’s 25th Anniversary issue hits stands on March 25, a 96-page double-edition that’ll be available FREE at 1000 locations in Indy and Bloomington and online at

March 28 is the date for NUVO’s big anniversary bash at Deluxe at Old National Centre, and yes, Social Justice will be available at the venue that night.

5th Annual Bike to the Ballpark

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Bike to the Ballpark

Join Sun King and IndyCog for the 5th Annual Bike to the Ballpark with the Indianapolis Indians on Thursday, April 9th, 2015!

Bike enthusiasts of all ages are welcome to attend the Bike to the Ballpark pre-party celebration from 4-6pm before we take a ride through downtown Indy to Victory Field for the Indians home opener at 7pm.

Mayor Greg Ballard will lead the ride through downtown Indy at 6pm.

Pedal and Park will be provided for free to cyclists making the ride to Victory Field. 

Want to volunteer? Click here:        

Please pre-register here:

Purchase your tickets to Opening Day by using promo code BIKE to purchase two for the price of one:

Bike to the Ballpark Partners:

Yelp Indy | The Handle Bar | Tour de Cure -Indiana | ActiveIndy Tours


Food Trucks:

Groovy Guys Fries | Pi Pizza