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“Harvest” in Indianapolis

Submitted by on August 9, 2019 – 8:38 amNo Comment

Harvest, Newfields, Indianapolis, IndianaA new event is scheduled at Newfields, 4000 North Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana. “Harvest” takes place October 3 through 6, 2019.

Celebrate the season with chef demonstrations, art-making activities, local food and beverage vendors, live music, and a screening of “Rudy” under the stars. Oh, and there’ll be 5,000 pumpkins.

Hours are 4 to 9 p.m. October 3, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. October 4 and 5, and 11 to 5 p.m. October 6, 2019.

Look for “fifty acres of fall” featuring pumpkins, a hay maze, and autumn foliage set within The Garden. The celebration will include tastings from local and regional chefs and vendors, hands-on demonstrations and workshops, and a chance to interact with farmers, brewers, and distillers.

Families can enjoy seasonal horticulture displays, pumpkin painting, art making activities, a designated play area, and a family-friendly film on the Lilly Allee.

Newfields will complement the season with thought-provoking works of art in the Indianapolis Museum of Art galleries. The art highlight of Harvest 2019 will be Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Room, All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins (2016).

Tickets go on sale September 3, 2019.

Bringing the taste of fall to Newfields are:

Goose the Market: Enjoy a pop up Goose The Market with a curated selection of your favorite Indiana brand’s cheese, charcuterie, fresh bread and more.
Liter House: Guests will taste German and American classics including smoked pork bar-b-q, macaroni and cheese, and German brats with sauerkraut.
McClure’s Apple Orchard: Bringing Indiana’s orchards to life with apples and caramel, cider, and bushels of apples.
Oliver Winery: Free samples and glass pours of some of Indiana’s best wine, red, white, and sparkling.
Sun King Brewery: Serving multiple beers to celebrate Indiana’s Oktoberfest.
West Fork Whiskey: Sip inspired fall cocktails and whiskey samples.

Indianapolis Local Chefs featured are:

Abbi Merris of Bluebeard
Neal Brown of Ukiyo
Talent from Milktooth and Beholder
Steve Oakley of Oakleys Bistro
Corey McDaniel of Food
Tyler Herald, executive chef of Patachou Inc.
Jason Michael Thomas
Esteban Rosas of Black Market
Ian Phillips of Three Carrots
Braedon Kellner of Tinker Street
Chefs from Mimi Blue Meatballs

Regional Chefs featured are:

Smokemaster Allan Benton / Madisonville, Tennessee
Vinson Petrillow / Charleston, South Carolina
Jill Vedaa / Cleveland, Ohio
Greg Biggers / Chicago, Illinois

(Photo courtesy of Newfields)

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