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Visiting Southern Indiana
As you make plans to visit southern Indiana in late 2016 and early 2017, keep in mind the cities of Clarksville, New Albany, and French Lick. Though the region is vast, dotted with a slew of can’t-miss attractions and welcoming locals, you won’t want to miss out on what French Lick has to offer. Plan your next visit to southern Indiana for the fall, winter, or early spring today.
No matter what time you visit you visit in late 2016, French Lick will yield fun-filled days at some of Indiana’s premier attractions. The French Lick Casino can mean hours of fun for those who love games of chance – or skill, depending on who you ask. They’ll also be hosting an impressive list of top-flight entertainment this fall.
Visit the French Lick Casino on October 29th for your chance to see Sara Evans live on stage. Combining powerful vocals, fun dance moves, and unique song-writing, Evans has taken the country-pop world by storm with two No.1 Billboard country Albums. She’ll take the stage at 8 p.m. – tickets on sale now!
As the fall rolls into winter, you’ll have a chance to see and hear one of the most legendary voices in country music. Visit the French Lick Casino on December 9th to see Kenny Rogers live on stage. He’ll be performing in southern Indiana as part of The Gambler’s Last Deal tour, with special guest Linda Davis.
In New Albany, you’ll be treated to one of the premier guided tours in the state – check out the Carnegie Center for Art & History. Few destinations in southern Indiana will yield as much edifying fun as the Carnegie Center.
Be sure to plan your stay in New Albany for October 23rd. Visit the Ogle Center for an afternoon of excellent live music. On Sunday the 23rd, starting at 3 p.m., the Commonwealth Brass Band will treat you and the other audience members to excellent smooth jazz-inspired sounds.
Almost directly west of French Lick you can find the border city of Vincennes. This fall and winter in Vincennes, be sure to explore the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park – there are few areas around southern Indiana offering such incredible views of the fall foliage.
Sports fans will also have much to celebrate in Vincennes – check out the Vincennes University Trailblazers compete in women’s volleyball. All VU Trailblazers home games are played at the VU P.E. Complex, and they close out their 2016 campaign on October 29th against Malcolm X. College.
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