Events on June 29, 2018

  • Foodie Friday 11am to 1pm @ Canan Commons 500 S. Walnut St

    Muncie Downtown Development Partnership and the Muncie Parks Department will host Foodie Fridays, at Canan Commons on Fridays from 11:00am-1:00pm. 

    Attendees are invited to spend their lunch time relaxing in the park with friends and family, enjoying the new park and weekly entertainment. Bring your own lunch, purchase a lunch from our on-site vendors or get lunch to go from one of our DWNTWN eateries. Some seating will be available. We will also have shady spots on the lawn for guests who would like to bring blankets or lawn chairs. 

    In addition to live music entertainment each week, a children’s activity will be provided.

    Canan Commons is located in the 500 block of south Walnut Street near the roundabout and across the street from the YMCA and Muncie Music Center. Street parking is available and public parking lots are located throughout DWNTWN.

    Food vendors, musicians and community groups who would like to join the summer rotation can contact Cheryl Crowder at

    June 29

    Music: Music for All Summer Symposium Orchestra 

    Kids Activities Sponsored by: ARF and MSO Instrument Petting Zoo. ARF will be collecting cleaning supplies including paper towels, bleach, laundry detergent disinfecting wipes, strong trash bags as well as non-clumping (clay) kitty litter.

    Vendors: Maadi Grill

  • Drum Corp International Central Indiana 7pm @ Scheumann Stadium Ball State University
    Cost: Tickets are $25-$40 and available at or by phone at (317) 275-1212.

    Music for All’s goal as a part of the Muncie community is to drive engagement and community connectivity that provide positively life-changing experiences to the members of Muncie and Delaware County. World-class artists and events perform in concert nightly for the Summer Concert Series. As part of this commitment, Music for All is providing up to 200 tickets per night to the Muncie community for the Summer Concert Series, Monday-Thursday, through community, youth, and arts organizations.