Colts Players Castonzo And Werner Coming To TRF

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Indianapolis Colts will host a Fan Fest at the Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind. featuring a FREE community concert by former Colts punter and his band, The Hunter Smith Band. The Colts have hosted Fan Fest events this summer in Greensburg and Louisville. The event in Fort Wayne will mark the final Fan Fest of the summer. Colts Fan Fests are proudly sponsored by the Indiana Corn Marketing Council and the Indiana Soybean Alliance. Please visit http://www.colts.com/events for an up-to-date listing of locations.

- Autographs from Anthony Castonzo & Bjoern Werner
– Cheerleader and Mascot Blue Autographs
– Register to win tickets
– Interactive Inflatables
– Play 60 Zone
– Live Music featuring The Hunter Smith Band
– Register for an Official Colts Fan Club Membership
– Colts In Motion, the team’s traveling museum
– Free giveaways
– Colts Mobile Pro Shop

WHEN: Friday, July 11th
5-7 p.m.

WHERE: Three Rivers Festival, Headwaters Park
330 S. Clinton St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

COST: Free and open to the public.

About The Hunter Smith Band: Former Colts Punter, Hunter Smith now brings his talent to the music stage instead of the football field. The Hunter Smith Band released their album “Green” on iTunes in April, 2012. Rooted in Indianapolis, this five-man country band has toured throughout the U.S. and plans to headline several local shows this summer. Visit the band’s website http://www.huntersmithband.com for more information.

Special notes: The Colts encourage all fans to arrive early. The line for player and cheerleader autographs may be cut off at any time to ensure the Fan Fest remains on schedule. Inclement weather or traffic may cause for late arrival or early departure. All Fan Fest events will take place rain or shine. Colts players subject to change due to scheduling conflicts. Fans will be allowed one autograph per person; however fans may get back in line for additional autographs. All Colts Fan Fest event times are local.

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