2024 Colts Training Camp at Grand Park to kick off July 25

WESTFIELD— The Indianapolis Colts released the 2024 Colts Training Camp schedule, presented by Koorsen Fire & Security. The camp will kick off on Thursday, July 25, at Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Indiana.

This year marks the sixth summer of Colts Camp at Grand Park, about 15 miles north of Indianapolis. As in past years, activities and events will be focused on giving fans access and entertaining the whole family.

“We are thrilled to be able to kick off our sixth summer of Colts Training Camp with our friends at Grand Park and the city of Westfield,” said Roger VanDerSnick, Colts Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. “As always, our goal is to bring world-class fun and entertainment to Colts fans and deliver a Training Camp experience unlike any other in the NFL.”

“Having Colts Training Camp here in Westfield is great for Colts fans, but more importantly, our community,” said Westfield Mayor Scott Willis. “We know the Colts provide a world-class experience for camp and we are proud to play a part in that.”

Highlights of 2024 camp will include:


The team is scheduled to host 12 practices, all open to the public. A ticket is required to enter each day and may be downloaded at Colts.com/Camp. 

  • The first practice will be on Thursday, July 25, from 10-11 a.m.
  • For seven of the 12 practices, tickets for all attendees are free.
  • On Primetime Practice days – July 27 & 28; August 4, 14 & 15 – tickets are $5 for fans 18 or older. 

Because of high ticket demand for primetime practices, a nominal $5 charge was added to allow event organizers to better plan for the number of attendees and give fans a better overall experience with respect to activities, seating, concessions, safety, and security.

Tickets for kids 17 and under remain free, but fans must download a free ticket.

If practice is moved indoors, attendance will be limited. Ticket and parking fees for those who cannot attend will be refunded.

All proceeds will benefit the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis’ new flag football program. This summer, the Y will launch flag Football leagues at 10 locations, serving 200 kids in a co-ed and girls’ league.

  • Grand Park also charges a daily parking fee per vehicle. Fans may obtain a parking pass for $5 in advance at Colts.com/Camp or the Colts Mobile App. Parking on-site will cost $10.
 CampTicketsGrand ParkParking Fee 
General practices  FREE $5 / vehicle in advance$10 / vehicle on site
Primetime Practices – 17 & under(Jul. 27-28; Aug. 4, 14 & 15) FREE $5 / vehicle in advance$10 / vehicle on site
Primetime Practices – 18 & older(Jul. 27-28; Aug. 4, 14 & 15)$5 $5 / vehicle in advance$10 / vehicle on site

The NFL “clear bag” policy for gamedays will be in effect in areas that require a ticket. For more info, visit NFL.com/allclear. 


Colts Training Camp will feature a series of theme days, highlighting various local organizations and fans and providing fun activities for the whole family. Details about each day will be released later this summer. Scheduled themes include:

  • Camp Kickoff, presented by Koorsen Fire & Security –Thursday, July 25
  • NFL’s Back Together Weekend – Saturday, July 27 & Sunday, July 28
  • Family Day – Friday, Aug. 2
  • Give Back Sunday, presented by Meijer – Sunday, August 4
  • Back-To-School Day, presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors – Monday, August 5
  • Salute to Service Day, presented by Vet Tix – Wednesday, August. 7
  • Kicking The Stigma Day – Friday, August 9
  • Fan Appreciation Day, presented by CenterPoint Energy – Wednesday, August 14
  • “Thirsty Thursday,” presented by Bud Light – Thursday, August 15


Evening practices with the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday, August 14, and Thursday, August 15, at Grand Park will be open to the public and take place before the team’s preseason game on Saturday, August 17, at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Colts will also participate in a joint training camp practice with the Cincinnati Bengals on August 20 in Cincinnati, ahead of the preseason finale on August 22 at Cincinnati’s Paycor Stadium.

The Colts have participated in joint practices, including Chicago (2023, 2015), Philadelphia (2023), Detroit (2022, 2017), Carolina (2021), Cleveland (2019), Baltimore (2018), Tennessee (2000) and the St. Louis Rams (1999, 1997).


Colts City returns to Grand Park on an 85,000 square foot multi-purpose asphalt pad and Play 60 turf field adjacent to the Colts practice fields, allowing fans to enjoy Colts City activities and team practices conveniently. 

Colts City will be open each day, and the practice is open to the public through August 15. Activities will include:

  • The Colts Play 60 Field, featuring football drills, 40-yard dash & punt returns,
  • Colts In Motion, the team’s interactive traveling experience,
  • Colts inflatables,
  • Colts Pro Shop,
  • Appearances by team mascot “Blue” and Colts Cheerleaders
  • Interactive partner displays and exhibits.


In the case of inclement weather, a practice may be moved indoors to the Grand Park Events Center.  Due to capacity limits, only a few fans can watch practice inside. Information on this process will be announced later this summer.

If a practice is moved indoors, Colts City also will be closed.