Area Info & Directions

The Pepsi Coliseum will house the majority of the Indiana Ice's games. The building once dubbed the "Big Barn" has been the home of the 1990 Indianapolis Ice Turner Cup Championship team and the 2000 Indianapolis Ice Miron Cup Champions.

The building, which was originally built in 1907, has been the host of many entertainers and events: World War II bond rallies, Bob Hope, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Dennis Day, Red Skelton, Patti Page, Perry Como, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Diana Ross & The Supremes and Frank Sinatra.

The Pepsi Coliseum has also venued various shows during the annual State Fair, Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Shows, Indy Super Pulls in addition to the many years of great hockey.

From the initiation of hockey to the building by then Indianapolis Coliseum Corporation president, Arthur M. Wirtz, the Pepsi Coliseum has been the home of the Chiefs and Checkers hockey teams and now again for the second time, the Indianapolis Ice.

The Pepsi Coliseum will seat 8,000 for hockey this season which includes nearly 7,000 new seats in the building. In addition to the new seats, a new heating and cooling system has been implemented which is another ongoing upgrade in the overall renovation project of the Pepsi Coliseum.


Directions to Pepsi Coliseum

I-65 North (From Columbus, IN)

Take I-65 North to I-70 East to Keystone Ave. (Exit# 85B
Take Keystone Ave. north to 38th St
Turn left on 38th St. and continue to Fairground entrance

I-65 South (From Lafayette, IN)
Take I-65 South to I-70 East to Keystone Ave. (Exit# 85B)
Take Keystone Ave. north to 38th St
Turn left on 38th St and continue to Fairground entrance

I-70 East (From Terre Haute, IN)
Take I-70 East to Keystone Ave. (Exit# 85B)
Take Keystone Ave. north to 38th St.
Turn left on 38th St. and continue to Fairground entrance

I-70 West (From Richmond, IN)
Take I-70 west to Keystone Ave. (Exit # 85B)
Take Keystone Ave north to 38th St.
Turn left on 38th St and continue to Fairground entrance

I-69 South (From Fort Wayne, IN)
I-69 South becomes Binford Blvd. (SR 37) which becomes Fall Creek Parkway
The Fairgrounds is located just north of 38th St on Fall Creek Parkway

I-74 West (From Cincinnati, OH)
Take I-74 West to I-465 North
Take I-465 North to I-70 West
Take I-70 West to Keystone Ave (Exit# 85B)
Take Keystone Ave north to 38th St
Turn left on 38th St and continue to Fairgrounds entrance