Catch A Nighttime Show At One Of Indiana’s Most Unique Music And Art Venues
“I myself am strange and unusual.”
It was Lydia Deetz in the eclectic ’90s film Beetlejuice who first uttered this intriguing phrase, and to this day, some of us still take it to heart. Some of us prefer the offbeat to the mainstream, and we celebrate our strangeness in spaces crafted with us in mind. Enter Healer, an eclectic celebration of arts and the bizarre that will keep even the oddest among us intrigued. Healer in Indiana is an art and music venue that is truly, genuinely unique, and once you visit, you’ll slowly feel yourself becoming immersed in the high strangeness – and you’ll definitely have to keep coming back for more.
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Learn more about Healer by visiting its website or Facebook page. Have you ever experienced Healer in Indiana? What did you think? Tell us about your memories in the comments!
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Address: 3631 E Raymond St, Indianapolis, IN 46203, USA
Tori Jane Ostberg plays with tornadoes for fun. When she's not out chasing the biggest and baddest storms mama nature has to offer, she can usually be found writing something, somewhere, or exploring the United States with her camera.
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