Time for Baseball at Victory Field

The arrival of Spring means the Boys of Summer are back at Victory Field. But before you grab a ticket to the game, a hotdog and a Sun King Victory Lager, you'll need a space to park. Game-day parking is easy downtown. Many fans opt for a $5 spot in the State Employee Garage just across West Street from the J.W. Marriott and a short walk from Victory Field. Meter spots are another option, as are the Circle Centre mall garages and other garages in the heart of downtown. You can also reserve a space at our Victory Field parking page, including parking for buses if you're bringing a group. Use the navigation above and to the right to explore more options for downtown parking.

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Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan in NCAA Midwest Regional

Lucas Oil Stadium is set to host the most anticipated regional action in the Sweet 16 in this year's NCAA Tournament. The stadium is conveniently located in downtown Indianapolis, just steps from dozens of restaurants and hotels and hundreds of parking spaces. IndyParking.com is happy to help plan your visit to root your team on to the Final Four.

Reserved parking is available for both the Friday and Sunday sessions, at prices ranging from about $7 to $30, depending on proximity to Lucas Oil Stadium. Reserve your space. You can also explore the site for other options including parking at downtown's parking meters and at Circle Centre mall.

Pacers heating up Bankers Life Fieldhouse

It appears the Indiana Pacers have turned a corner, streaking to their best start in franchise history and attracting much larger crowds to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The days of super-cheap seats, and super-cheap parking, may be coming to an end as more hibernating fans jump on the bandwagon. Despite the Pacers' success, Indy remains one of the most affordable NBA cities. We can help you plan your trip downtown with our Pacers parking guide. Or if you're ready to reserve parking for as low as $6, check here to find your date and pick your space.

College football: Ohio State v. Michigan State

College-football fanatics will descend on Indianapolis for the third annual Big Ten Football Championship on  Dec. 7. The game will pit the Ohio State Buckeyes against the Michigan State Spartans at Lucas Oil Stadium. Check out our Big Ten Championship Parking Guide for three options on where to park during your visit. Ready to book your space? Reserve your Lucas Oil Stadium parking now. Need parking for the Big Ten Football FANFEST? Reserve now.

Reserve Colts season parking

Football season is here at last. Indianapolis Colts fans have begun reserving their parking passes for this year's games. Dozens of local parking garages and surface lots are offering reserved game-day inventory this year, and the added competition is pushing down prices. At last check, reserved parking starts at about $6 per game if you're willing to walk a few blocks, tailgating spots are going for $11 to $28, and spaces closes to downtown restaurants start at about $13. We've got everything you need to plan your parking in advance: Need more information on game-day parking downtown? Visit our Indianapolis Colts Parking Guide. Ready to book your space? Reserve your Lucas Oil Stadium parking now.

Scentsy Family Reunion Parking Tips

Headed to Indianapolis for the Scentsy Family Reunion at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis? You've found the city's most comprehensive parking guide. If your hotel is downtown, and you plan to park there, you should be able to walk. Downtown Indy is convenient and compact, meaning Lucas Oil Stadium sits within a short walk of hotels. If you're staying elsewhere, you'll need to explore your parking options, ranging from metered spaces to surface lots to garages. You can even book a parking space in advance, just like you book airfare and a hotel room. For those outside the loop, Scentsy makes wick-less candles that are sold by consultants at parties. The "family reunion" is quite an event: It'll draw thousands of Scentsy consultants from all over the country and a big-name roster of speakers and performers, including Kelly Clarkson. The event is slated for July 10 to 12, 2013. For more information, check out our Lucas Oil Stadium parking page or our Indiana Convention Center parking page.

Looking for parking for another event at the Convention Center? Click here to book a parking space for the Church of the Nazarene General Assembly, the Lia Sophia annual conference, and the Shriners of North America Imperial Council Session.

Playoffs Time for the Blue and Gold

The excitement of the NBA Playoffs has hit Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis. The Indiana Pacers wrapped up the regular season with a record of 49-32, landing the third seed in the Eastern Conference. The team is hoping to make more noise than last year, when they won their first-round series against the Orlando Magic before dropping a second-round series to the eventual Finals champion Miami Heat.

The Pacers dispatched with their first-round opponent, the Atlanta Hawks and are facing the New York Knicks in the second round, bringing back memories of Playoffs past starring Reggie Miller. Even on a busy day, parking is cheap and convenient downtown, especially if you plan ahead. Check out our Indiana Pacers Parking Guide for tips and to reserve a guaranteed space in advance for the NBA Playoffs in Indianapolis (Spaces start at just $5.50 apiece). Go Pacers!

NCAA Tournament Parking

March Madness is coming back to Indianapolis. Lucas Oil Stadium will host the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional on Friday, March 29, and Sunday, March 31. Four of the Sweet 16 tournament finalists will compete for a spot in the Final Four in Atlanta. Three of the teams are set: Louisville, Michigan State and Oregon. The fourth will be Duke or Creighton. Parking and tickets could be in high demand, particularly if Duke takes the final spot. Louisville and Michigan State fans also are known for fan bases willing to travel to see their teams in action.

Need a parking space? Reserved parking near the stadium starts at about $11 and rises to about $25 for the most convenient spaces. If you're willing to walk a few blocks, spaces are available for as low as $6. Visit our Lucas Oil Stadium parking page to reserve a space in advance. You'll choose between Session 1 on March 29 and Session 2 on March 31.

Still need tickets? Call 800-840-9227 to speak with a ticket concierge. Looking for parking for another Indianapolis event? Scroll down for additional options.