Bottleworks Districts kicks off the 2022 NCAA basketball Tournament with free viewing event
Indianapolis, IN—Bottleworks District is tipping off March Madness hosting its 2nd Annual Bottleworks BBall Bash March 17-20 to celebrate the first and second rounds of the Tournament. The indoor/outdoor event will take place on Carrollton Avenue and inside The Garage Food Hall from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. each day.
The four day event will be free and open to the public, featuring:
20-foot LED video screens airing basketball games all day, every day
Food stations and pop-up bars
Portions of Carrollton Avenue and 9th Street will be closed off to traffic for the event. 20-foot LED video screens will be placed on Carrollton that will air basketball games all day, every day, with additional TVs placed inside The Garage Food Hall. Priority will be given to games involving local teams, high profile matchups and exciting games coming down to the buzzer! Outdoor seating, pop-up experiences and food and beverage options will be available for purchase provided by our sponsors Stella Artois and Goose Island.
Bottleworks Hotel Chef Ricky Hatfield will prepare a special food experience along with other pop-up bars that will sell a variety of canned beer, seltzers and pre-made cocktails. The Garage Food Hall will also be open for regular hours with food and beverage options.
“We are so excited to bring back this incredible event that kicks off the NCAA tournament,” said Director of Entertainment and Programming for Geronimo Hospitality Group Ryan Hickey.
“The Bottleworks District was created to bring people together and we can’t wait to have guests eat, play and stay all weekend long and really enjoy all the district and surrounding businesses have to offer.”
This event is free to the public and guests. Be sure to use the hashtag #BWBBallBash on social media to share your slam dunk experience at Bottleworks BBall Bash.
Click here to check out last year’s Bottleworks BBall Bash.
About Bottleworks District
A $300 million, 12-acre urban mixed-use development, Bottleworks will reimagine the iconic Coca-Cola building in downtown Indianapolis. The largest private development of its kind in Indiana, Bottleworks will serve as a culinary, arts, and entertainment hub, featuring the city’s first food hall, a boutique hotel, unique residential options, as well as 180,000 square-feet of flexible office space and 175,000 square-feet of prime retail space. The Bottleworks District will build a legacy, showcase local talent, and create a true third place for generations to come. For more information, visit www.bottleworks district.com.
About Geronimo Hospitality Group
Headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin, Geronimo Hospitality Group owns and operates a growing collection of award-winning, upscale boutique hotels, restaurants and clubs. Committed to providing memorable guest experiences through its genuine service and original brands, Geronimo properties are distinguished as destinations of choice for locals and travelers in the cities they operate. For more information, visit: www.geronimohospitalitygroup.com.
RoseAnn Haedt, RoseAnn.Haedt@geronimohospitalitygroup.com
Shannon Kelly, Shannon.Kelly@geronimohospitalitygroup.com