Glow in the Park
Glow in the Park is back in 2021!
Glow in the Park, presented by Centier Bank, is set for 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday, September 18 at the NPD AMP! Families and kids of all ages are invited to the free event to get messy while enjoying face painting, live DJs, dancing, and a neon splash zone! Black lights, fog machines and lasers will light up the night, so wear white, and get ready to glow!
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Pro Tips: Know Before You Go
For an easy ride home and comfortability during Glow in the Park, we suggest bringing the following items:
- Hair/shower cap
- Plastic garbage bags
- Change of clothes
Wear a white shirt, or buy a white Glow in the Park-branded T-shirt for $10 at the Fishers Parks tent. A white shirt will glow under the black lights and display paint splatter the best.
Protect your eyes and hair. We encourage all Glow in the Park participants to bring goggles and/or a hair/shower cap. If you forget these items or don't have them at your disposal, Fishers Parks will be handing out free goggles and hair/shower caps. Quantities are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Get some Glow swag from Fishers Parks! Visit the Fishers Parks tent to purchase Glow in the Park T-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, glow sticks, light-up goggles, and more! The Fishers Parks tent is also the hub for information about the event as well as your go-to spot for first-aid, sensory items and sensory bag checkout, and lost and found.
Leave pets at home. Pets are not permitted at this event.
Support local vendors. Outside food and drinks are not permitted at this event. Show support to our on-site local vendors for food, drinks, snacks, and more.
Masks are strongly encouraged for unvaccinated individuals or when social distancing cannot be maintained. This is an event where social distancing may not be possible in some areas. If you would like to socially distance yourself from the crowd, there will be a more personalized spray area near the Pavilion, at the south end of the venue.
The stage area will be loud, bright with lights, and messy. The AMP stage is the main source of action for Glow in the Park. Performers will be playing from the stage, and this also is the spot for paint spray into the crowd. This show may not be safe for some people with epilepsy. Some lighting will be used that may be disruptive to people who are sensitive to light.
Restroom buildings will be closed. To keep our restrooms paint-free, restrooms inside buildings will be closed for this event. Portable restrooms will be open on site during Glow in the Park.
Reach out with questions. Please direct all questions and concerns to the Fishers Parks office, 317-595-3150, open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.