A museum dedicated to punk rock could be coming to Indy

Hey ho, let’s go.

Exterior of PRN Graphics storefront

Greg’s old screen-printing biz is located at 3822 N. Illinois St.

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In the words of The Ramones, music fans will be “forming in a straight line” and “losing their minds” at this new museum concept on the city’s north side.

Greg Brenner — who founded Punk Rock Night in Indy in 2000 — is retiring from his day job at IUPUI next month and wants to use his free time to put all his punk memorabilia in one place. He plans to transform his former T-shirt screen-printing biz two doors south of The Melody Inn into a museum space. It would house the records, CDs, shirts, posters, and punk souvenirs he’s collected over the years.

Fun fact: Punk Rock Night claims to be the longest-running weekly punk showcase on the planet. You can catch the next one at The Melody Inn this Saturday, Jan. 14 at 9 p.m., where Bomb Cats, Sonora, and Nevernew will be taking the stage.

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