About the INDYpendence Day Street Fest

Date: Thursday, July 4, 2013
Where: Georgia Street - Downtown Indianapolis
Time: 1:00pm - 10:00pm
Estimated Attendance: 7500
Entry Fee: $20


The inaugural INDYpendence Street Fest Concert for Cancer is a 4 of July Celebration and Fundraiser taking place on Georgia Street. The event is the brain child of Scott Lintner who was diagnosed with Leukemia on 6/30/1999. The two events that change his life the most was that day and the days his beautiful daughters were born. Scott was not supposed to ever make it to 50. Through a lot of personal stubbornness, medical miracles, faith and a whole lot of help from friends and family, Scott saw the age of 50 in June 2012. He always said that if he made it, he would have a huge party for everyone that has helped him and all those affected by Cancer. INDYpendence Street Fest is Scott's dream becoming a reality.

Message from Scott Lintner

I would like to thank you for your consideration in helping me realize my dream. This project began as a way for me to personally thank the people who have kept me alive. It quickly changed to also include helping other people afflicted with cancer. From a thank you to a celebration of hope and life. Sponsorship dollars will be used to help the focus organizations meet their individual needs and fulfill their missions. To provide both research opportunities and direct patient assistance. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.


Very Sincerely,

Scott Lintner



The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)

The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services.

St. Francis Patient Assist Fund

“Connecting the means to the mission” of Franciscan St. Francis Health is the overarching purpose of the St. Francis Healthcare Foundation. We are responsible for continuing Christ’s ministry in our Franciscan tradition by raising, investing, and expending funds that benefit the programs and services of Franciscan St. Francis Health. The Foundation and its staff are dedicated to addressing the ever-growing healthcare needs of Central Indiana residents and to supporting the Hospital’s commitment to building healthier communities.


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For a list of our event rules Please Click Here


In order to enhance your enjoyment of the concert, the following rules will be strictly enforced


Chairs and blankets are allowed in designated areas. Ticket holders DO have in and out privileges with original event wristband.



Outside Food or Beverage Prohibited, No Bottles, No Cans


Backpacks, Bags, Containers Prohibited

No Ice Chests, No Food Baskets, No Sleeping Bags


No Weapons or Weapon-Like Devices

No Knives, No Mace or Pepper Spray


Other Prohibited Items
No Laser Pointers, No Fireworks or Sparklers, No Balls, No Glow Sticks, No Seat Cushions with Exposed Metal, No Banners or Signs, No Unapproved Promotional Material or Merchandise,



No Bare Feet, No Wallet Chains, No Spiked Clothing or Jewelry, No Gang Emblems or Insignias


CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES - prohibited by law


SMOKING - permitted


ALCOHOL - you must be 21 years of age with a valid driver's license or approved identification card to purchase or possess alcoholic beverages.


OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR - please be considerate and neighborly to other guests and refrain from conduct that is offensive or physically dangerous to others.


LOST &FOUND- Promoter is not responsible for any articles lost or left behind. Any item turned in to the check in desk will be kept for 30 days. Adherence to these rules will allow all our guests to fully enjoy the concerts and provide a safe environment for you.