The afternoon scene at the "Biergarten " behind the famous Rathskeller in Indianapolis, Indiana.
As the sun sets, the stage lights up and Liquid Blue starts playing just the right cover songs.
Inside the lively Rathskeller bar and restaurant, Nikki Green flashes the peace sign.
Earlier that day, vocalist Scott Stephens and guitarist Michael Vangerov arrive at the Rathskeller.
As usual, they had been out seeing the sights and absorbing the culture in this new city.
Both sports and music are big here, and the Lucas Oil football stadium is often used for concerts.
Another popular entertainment venue is the Murat Shrine, the largest Shrine temple in North America.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse is home of the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association.
America's first union station, built in 1888, is now a grand ballroom and conference center.
The Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument has become an iconic symbol of Indianapolis.
Designed by German architect Bruno Schmitz, it took thirteen years to build, between 1888 and 1901.
Thousands of people filled these streets to celebrate when the monument dedicated to the common soldier.
Rising in the background behind Nikki Green and Scott Stephens is the historic Indiana State House.
Indiana Repertory Theatre began as a genuine repertory theatre, with cast in multiple shows at once.
Colts Grille celebrates the local football team with American comfort food, craft beer & cocktails.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum is located on the grounds of the famous racetrack.
It is recognized as one of the most highly visible museums in the world devoted to auto racing.
The collection includes over thirty Indianapolis 500 winning cars, and various other Indy cars.
Other exhibits reflect different forms of motorsports, passenger cars and general automotive history.
Also displayed are trophies, plaques and racing paraphernalia such as helmets, gloves, and driver's suits.
The Spirit of America was the first of the modern record breaking jet-propelled cars of the 1960's.
Nikki Green gets a feel for what it is like to sit in the driver' seat of an Indy car.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the home of races like the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400.
Seating around 235,000, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the highest-capacity sports venue in the world.