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DONATE YOUR HISTORIC RIVOLI MEMORABILIA AND ARTIFACTS


John Boner Neighborhood Centers recently acquired some important Rivoli memorabilia and artifacts. Included in these artifacts are the original interior neon signs from the historic Rivoli Theatre, concession stands signage, and a check register from when the venue was operational.


These items are incredibly unique and an important part of the Rivoli’s history and we're so excited to have them to in our Rivoli collection. We've even restored all of the neon signs to their former glory and will have them on display at a future date.


If you have historic Rivoli memorabilia that would you like to donate and have preserved contact Joanna Nixon.




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The Rivoli Theatre was built by Universal Studios on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis in 1927.  It was the first theatre in Indiana to show movies with sound, and held concerts with the likes of  John Mellencamp and Lynard Skynard.  Formerly owned by the Rivoli Center for the Performing Arts, Inc., early in 2018 the theatre was transferred to INSPIRE 10th Street LLC and is in the process of being restored as a community asset on the East 10th Street corridor.

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T: (317) 633-8210

E: Rivoli@jbncenters.org

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