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MAXIMIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH OUR GUIDE TO REV AT YOUR FINGERTIPS!
Use the interactive map to find your way through Rev. View the restaurants & menu items, and save your favorites! Use the evening timeline and discover your must-do events.
Questions? We have answers!
Don't forget your ticket and parking pass!
We recommend Rev guests wear chic attire — we especially love to see racing-themed chic! You can sport your heels for the red carpet, but we encourage guests to wear comfortable shoes for the remainder of the event. View Saks Fifth Avenue, our fashion partner's, clothing recommendations. And visit Drybar for all hairstyling faves.
Rev 2022 is full of highlights you won't want to miss!
NEW TO REV 2022!
- The AJ Foyt Garage Virtual Reality Experience // Presented by IU Health and 3D Lab & Connections XR
- VIP access to Pagoda Floors 3, 4, 5, 6 + 7. Don't want to wait for the elevators? Use the stairs to access Pagoda Floor 3!
- Select restaurants in the North Chalet! Rev will feature over 70 local restaurants and chefs serving up the best food that Indy has to offer. View the Chefs & Restaurant page for the full list.
- Rolling into May Putting Green in the Pavilion Rock Room
- VIP Hot Laps around the track
- Premium Bars: VIP Shots on Us // Jefferson's Bourbon Lounge // Jameson Bougie Backyard // VIP South Green Room Candy & Cocktails
- Access to Pagoda Catwalk and Victory Podium
- LIVE Art Walk - A racing-themed walkable art gallery that infuses live visual art. Check out the Entertainment page for the whole lineup.
- Beauty Pit Stop with Absolut 360 Glam Cam featuring DryBar, Saks Fifth Avenue Makeup Touch Ups, and Ambre Blends
- Don't miss Honorary Chair Will Power performing with Ed Lanier at 7:30pm on the Pavilion Rock Room Stage!
Use Exit 77 (Holt Road), proceed north (turn right from westbound, turn left from eastbound) on Holt Road, continuing north to 16th Street. Holt Road turns into Olin Avenue at 10th Street. At the intersection of Olin Avenue and 16th Street, turn left. Staff will be located near multiple gates on 16th street to guide you into the facility for Rev parking.
Use Exit 16A (US 136 West/Crawfordsville Road) and proceed east (turn right from northbound, turn left from southbound) on Crawfordsville Road. At the roundabout take the 16th Street Exit, Gate 2 will be on your left.
After snapping photos with your favorite IndyCar drivers, chefs, and Indianapolis Motor Speedway sights, upload them to Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, tagging @RevIndyEvent with hashtags #Rev2022 and #RevIndy. Two red carpets will also be available for photo opportunities around the Pagoda.
IndyCar drivers will be enjoying Rev all evening, but the best timeframe to guarantee you see your favorite driver is at 8 PM on the Pagoda Plaza stage. Each driver will be introduced by WTHR's Dave Calabro and IndyCar Veteran and Broadcaster James Hinchcliffe. Grab a spot in front of the stage to ensure you get your photo and autograph before the drivers hit the track in May!
Rev 2022 Honorary Chair: Will Power
Will Power is one of the greatest INDYCAR SERIES drivers in history. He has 40 career victories, fifth all time. He has also recorded 63 career poles, just four shy of Mario Andretti’s all-time mark. Since joining Team Penske in 2009, Power won the NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship in 2014 and the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge in 2018.
“Rev is an exciting way to start the Month of May in Indianapolis. I am honored to be the Rev 2022 honorary chair because it combines many things I love, namely food and music. After the last couple of years, this is an event that should not be missed, as it will be the best one yet.”
Rev 2022 Celebrity Chefs
Kathy Jones & Sam Brown
Executive Chef Kathy Jones, Second Helpings and Executive Chef Sam Brown, Wheeler Mission Ministries, will tell you they’re just regular people doing their jobs. They aren’t Food Network stars or “Top Chef” contestants like Rev’s previous celebrity chefs. But during the hardest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jones and Brown distinguished themselves another way: they were quietly leading their hunger-relief organizations in an A-list effort to feed our community’s most vulnerable members.
Over the past two years, the demand for free meals more than doubled across the region. “We never stopped. We never closed our doors. We just kept going,” said Jones. “Wheeler Mission and our other partner agencies were in the same situation. They had to keep going, too, because they had to take care of people. We just gave them whatever they needed.” Second Helpings accepts donated, perishable and overstocked food to prepare nutritious meals for hungry children and adults and distributes them free of charge through local agencies in Greater Indianapolis. They prepared 1.5 million meals over the last year. Wheeler Mission Ministries provides critically essential goods and services to people who are experiencing homelessness, poverty and need.