The Pepsi Coliseum is an Indianapolis landmark. Built is 1939, it has hosted countless historic sporting, political and musical events through the years. Currently, the Pepsi Coliseum is home to the Indiana Ice hockey team and is Indiana's largest and oldest continuing public ice skating rink. When the ice is out, livestock exhibitions, rodeos and circuses call the Pepsi Coliseum home. The flexibility of the Pepsi Coliseum allows you to use your imagination to the fullest. When additional space is needed, it can easily be connected to the Champions Pavilion, West Pavilion, South Pavilion and Blue Ribbon Pavilions by portable sheltered walkways.

Clientele: Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Show, Shrine Circus, All American Horse Classic, Concerts

The Indiana Ice is a Tier One ice hockey team formed in 2004 when it was purchased from the former Danville, Illinois, USA, team, the Danville Wings. It plays the majority of its home games at the Pepsi Coliseum, located on the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana. Some of its home games are also played at Conseco Fieldhouse and Pan American Arena which are located in downtown Indianapolis. The Ice play in the Eastern Division of the United States Hockey League. The President of the Ice is Paul Skjodt.

This team is unrelated to the Indianapolis Ice teams that existed from 1988 to 2004.