Thursday marks the jumping-off point for the 44th-annual Indiana Black Expo, Inc., Summer Celebration.
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INDIANAPOLIS - Thursday marks the jumping-off point for the 44th-annual Indiana Black Expo, Inc., Summer Celebration.
The expo, running from Thursday through July 20, promises countless stars, entertainers, leaders and figures in the black community.
Along with film festivals, concerts and cultural celebrations, the expo will provide more serious opportunities as well, such as business conferences and job fairs.
Find a full list of the events for the expo here.
If you haven't bought your tickets yet, you can do so here. General admission runs at $10.
RTV6 will be covering the celebration all week long. Send us your photos from the events using UReport or email, or tweet them to us!
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