1. A House Built by Champions
A House Built by Champions features monuments of former Colts greats and memorable moments in Colts history. First-time visitors of the monuments will be in awe as they take in all the Colts greats of the past.
2. Blue Crew Tailgate
The tailgate lot is located on the corner of S. West Street and Merrill Street, just a few short blocks away from Lucas Oil Stadium, is home to the Blue Crew fan club. The Blue Crew host a massive tailgate featuring a cookout, cocktails, bean bag toss, and beer pong. If you’re looking to experience a classic tailgate, this is the spot for you.
3. Indianapolis Colts VIP Tailgate
The VIP Tailgate at the Crane Bay Event Center is perfect for diehard Colts fans looking for a luxurious tailgating experience. It opens three hours before kickoff and offers food catered by Ruth’s Chris Steak House. There is an open bar that offers top-shelf liquors and 17 different beer and wine selections. While enjoying the Luxury amenities you may get the chance to meet former Colts players and NFL alumni who often frequent the VIP tailgate.
Blue is the official mascot of the Indianapolis Colts who entertains fans young and old on game days. In addition to providing the Colts with in-game antics, he also has been a good luck charm for the team with the Colts winning their first Super Bowl in Indianapolis the first year he joined the team.
5. Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders
The Colts cheerleaders rev up the crowd throughout the game making Lucas Oil Stadium one of the loudest in the NFL. The squad also has the distinction of being the oldest in the NFL having supported the team since its inception in 1954.
6. 12th Man Fan of the Game
Each game one Colts fan is dedicated the 12th Man Fan of the Game for his or her dedication to cheering on the Colts throughout the game. Come prepared to cheer loud and often in hopes of taking home this title.
7. Touchdown Town
Touchdown Town, located directly north of Lucas Oil Stadium, is perfect for fans that want to relax and enjoy the tailgating experience without having to go through the hassle of preparing their tailgate. The festivities start up three hours before kickoff and offers something for Colts fans of all ages. At Touchdown Town you’ll find live music, food trucks, and giant TV screens playing all the pre-game coverage you could ever want. Kids also have a chance to participate in the Play60 Zone and meet the Colts Cheerleaders and mascot.
8. Sound Stage
Located at the Main Entrance inside Lucas Oil Stadium is a huge stage where you can take in pre-game concerts featuring a variety of artist from big name bands to local performers. The Festivities start an hour before game time and last right up until kickoff, so stop by and take in the performance to get the most out of your trip to Lucas Oil Stadium.
9. Lucas Oil Stadium Tour
If you arrive in town a few days, early make sure to stop by Lucas Oil Stadium and take a tour of this magnificent facilities. Tours only cost $10, so you can’t go wrong spending a few hours seeing the behind the scenes action that goes on at Lucas Oil Stadium.
10. Colts-Texans Rivalry
This AFC South rivalry stems from a dislike between the two teams and fan bases. Even more, fuel has been added to the fire now that former Texans great Andre Johnson has recently joined the Colts this past offseason. These two AFC South teams meet twice a year and always battle hard for all 60 minutes when they do battle.