The Circle City Classic is an annual American football game featuring two historically black colleges/universities (HBCUs) that play in Indianapolis, Indiana. The game was held from 1983 to 2007 in the RCA Dome, and was moved to the new Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2008 game. The event was established in 1983 and takes place the first weekend in October. In addition to the weekend's primary attraction, there is also a parade and concert related to the Classic.
Miss Circle City Classic Corporation is a pageant, which is one of the several events leading up to the annual Circle City Classic Football Game. The pageant recognize young African women senior's in High-school with a grade point average of a 2.7 or higher who plan on attending college in the following fall the winner will receive a scholarship.