The Colts Make Their Seventh and final Fan Fest Stop in Indianapolis
Indianapolis - The Indianapolis Colts Fan Fest tour came to a close Friday night after seven stops around the states of Indiana and Kentucky. Thousands of fans came to show their support of the Colts at the seventh tour stop in downtown Indianapolis at the American Legion mall.
Fans had a chance to meet alumni Colts great Tarik Glenn and current Colts player Tony Ugoh as well as several Colts cheerleaders.
"It was great being able to see the past and present of Colts left tackles and being able to have them both sign my Colts football." said one enthusiastic Colts fan.
Tarik Glenn was honored to be able to come out to the last Fan Fest and sign autographs for the fans.
"It is great being able to come out and see all the fans." said Glenn. On being retired Glenn stated, "I'm disappointed that I won't be able to play in the new stadium, but I'm still excited that I will be able to enjoy all of the festivities with the fans."
Throughout the evening Colts fans had the opportunity to pick up free giveaways and take a walk through the Colts in Motion traveling museum. Younger Colts fans had the opportunity to play on the Colts City inflatables.
Jon McLaughlin finished out the night with a fantastic set of songs from his current album and his new album coming out in August.
You can join your fellow Colts fans and follow the Colts to the next Make It Personal tour stop in Linton on Tuesday, June 24, from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM at Humphrey's Park.
To learn more about the Make It Personal tour, check out www.colts.com/MIP for more information and updates.
Fort Wayne Fan Fest The Colts Make Their Sixth Fan Fest Stop in Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne – Showing up early is being punctual. Showing up at 9:30 AM for an event that starts at 4:00 PM is being a die hard Colts fan, and that is exactly what Trevor and his fiancée Angie are. They showed up seven hours early for the Colts sixth Fan Fest tour stop in Fort Wayne at Fairbanks Park.
"We were not sure what time it started, and we didn't want to miss it." said Trevor.
Thousands of fans, with Trevor and Angie leading the way, converged on Headwaters Park for their chance to meet Ed Johnson and Keyunta Dawson as well as several cheerleaders.
Trevor stated, "This is such a great opportunity to hang out with Colts fans and talk about the Colts. We are having a great time."
Trevor's family is entering their 25th season as Colts season ticket holders. That means, every year that the Colts have been in Indianapolis, Trevor's family has had tickets. Trevor is very excited about the upcoming season in the new Lucas Oil Stadium, but he is not the only one.
Ed Johnson explained how he cannot wait to the play in the new stadium against the Chicago Bears in the home opener.
After fans received their autographs from the players and cheerleaders and registered to win Colts pre-season tickets, they were treated to a free concert by Ingram Hill.