The Beacon of Broad Ripple
The Vogue Theater in Indianapolis is one of the most popular and storied venues in the Midwest. The Vogue opened as a movie theater on June 18, 1938. Through the next 3 decades, The Vogue was one of the premier movie houses in the Midwest. In the ’70s The Vogue’s image shifted a bit when it became an X rated movie theater for several months, and even featured cult classic “Deep Throat”.
A Focus on Artists
On December 31, 1977, The Vogue opened as a nightclub. Since our opening in the late 70’s, The Vogue has continuously been considered the top nightspot in Indianapolis. Many great bands and artists have performed here over the past 25 years including Warren Zevon, Bo Diddley, Willie Nelson, The Ramones, John Hiatt, Blondie, Johnny Cash, and Bonnie Raitt.
Our goal is to provide our guests with an incredible entertainment experience.
Our entire team is focused on booking the best talent, delivering the highest level of customer service, offering a deep selection of regional craft beer, cocktails and wine, and delivering the best live music and recorded dance club music experience in the United States. It’s an ambitious goal that we are working to meet every day. This has been and continues to be the goal of The Vogue!
The History Of The Vogue
The Vogue opened as a movie theater on June 18, 1938. Through the next 3 decades, The Vogue was one of the premier movie houses in the Midwest.
The Vogue opened as a nightclub on December 31, 1977. The Vogue has consistently been named the top nightspots in Indianapolis.
The Vogue is purchased by Steve Ross who would operate the club for the next 33 years.
The Vogue is purchased by Forty5, LLC (Eric Tobias, Scott Kraege, and Andrew Davis) with a commitment to live music and community development in Broad Ripple.