What is Awestruck?
Awestruck is a collection of a service project (Project Awestruck), a festival, and a College Servant Leadership Program (Awestruck University) that aims to make an impact on the Indianapolis community by utilizing youth groups as they grow into a community focused on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
You have three events, so which events can I come to?
University is only open to college students and the Project is only open to Senior High youth groups. The Festival is open to all!
Can I just come to one event?
Certainly! Find out more information about any of the events on the website!
How Can I Promote This Event?
Word of mouth is the best way to promote our event. We also have a special promotion page that is updated with posters, well-written announcements you can give freely to newspapers, to be put in church bulletins, and shared with other similar places.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Are there other places I can buy tickets besides iTickets for the Festival?
You may now discounted advanced tickets by contacting Awestruck via e-mail (email@example.com), phone (219.742.7408), or stop by our front office which is located at the Faith Life Center on the Holy Cross Lutheran Church campus located at 8115 Oaklandon Road, Indianapolis, Indiana For easiest payment, buy your tickets online at iTickets.com!
Is the Festival handicap accessible?
The Festival is INDEED handicap accessible! We will freely be able to assist you! In Indiana, just look for someone with an Blue Awestruck Staff shirt or call 219-742-7408 while at the Festival!
What are the hours of the festival?
Gates open at 3:00pm. Event ends around 10pm.
What does the Festival cost?
Ticket prices at this time are undetermined.
Is there an age requirement to the Awestruck Festival?
No, everyone is welcome to Awestruck Festival!
Are children allowed at the Awestruck Festival?
Yes, Children are allowed at the event but we strongly suggest parental supervision at all times.
Are pets allowed at the event?
As much as we love our dogs, cats, goats, and fish, please leave them at home, unless they are providing necessary assistance to the blind.
What happens if it rains or snows?
The show must go on. Rain, snow or shine, no refunds.
Will there be food at the event?
Yes, there will be several vendors at this year’s festival. See who as time gets closer at our website!
Will there be bathrooms at the event?
Yes, there will be port-o-pots on-site at the Festival as well as indoor access during the actual concert.
Where should I park?
For University and Project, please park in Holy Cross’ main parking lot. For Festival, parking is available next door at St. Simon Catholic Church and across the street in the Marsh Grocery Store parking lot. Designated pick-up spots will be available to all passengers in the Marsh parking lot as passenger vans will be available to bring attendees to and from the Festival grounds. Handicap spacing and Saturday Night service spaces are designated and available on HCLC’s main campus.
What time must a leave the Festival Grounds?
All attendees to the Festival must be off the premises of our Festival no later than 10:30 PM. Only those groups who preregistered for lodging will be allowed on the grounds past that point.
How can I contact the festival organizers?
Please send any and all questions, concerns, vending requests, or sponsorship requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You!