Glow in the Park 2023

Glow in the Park returns September 22 & 23!

Get ready to glow! Black lights, fog machines, and lasers light up the night as you enjoy glow-in-the-dark fun in at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater. Live DJs, neon splash zones, face painting, a graffiti wall, food trucks, and more make this rave-style event an annual favorite, presented by Centier Bank and Fishers Parks! Registration for a ticket is required.

Glow in the Park 21+ Night
Glow in the Park Family Night

21+ Night
Friday, September 22
8-10 p.m.
$20 per ticket ($30 non-residents)

*price increases to $40 day of event

Family Night
Saturday, September 23
8-10 p.m.
$5 per ticket ($7.50 non-residents)

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Pro Tips: Know Before You Go

For the best GLOW experience & a comfortable ride home we suggest bringing the following items:

  • Goggles
  • Hair/shower cap
  • Towel
  • 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.

This event is standing room only. No tents, tables, chairs, wagons, etc. will be permitted. If you have a physical need that requires an accommodation, please see a staff member. 

No outside food or beverage. Food, drink, and treat vendors and trucks will be on site selling. Stay tuned for what v vendors to expect!

Restrooms: Restroom buildings will be closed. Portable restrooms will be available. 

Eye/Hair Protection:  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.

Parks Tent: Visit the Fishers Parks tent to purchase Glow in the Park T-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, glow sticks, light-up glasses, water, candy & more! While supplies last, quantities are limited. The Fishers Parks tent is also the hub for first-aid, sensory bag checkout, and lost and found.

Sensory Inclusion: Check out a Kulture City Sensory bag from the Fishers Parks tent. Saturday night will include a sensory friendly area. If you're wanting to socially distance or need a break from the concentrated paint-spray area, music, and lights, head towards the Pavilion building, directly south of the AMP stage.

Consider using the Parks tent for a meeting place if your party gets separated.  Please see a Parks team member if you need assistance, we will not make announcements from the stage. 

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.

Parking is located in the Switch, Police, and Spark Apartments garages. Surface lot and street parking is also available throughout the Nickel Plate District and downtown Fishers. Please note that several surface lots are currently closed for City Hall construction. View a parking map here.

Questions? You can reach us via e-mail at or phone at 317-595-3150. The Fishers Parks offices (8100 E. 106th Street, Suite 150) are open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Special thanks to this year's presenting sponsor!

centier bank