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  • 1. Cincinnati Ballet

    Dance

    The Cincinnati Ballet performs classical and contemporary works here from October to mid-May. ...

    The Cincinnati Ballet performs classical and contemporary works here from October to mid-May.

    , USA
    513-621–5219

    Arts/Entertainment Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Weekends
  • 2. Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon

    Festivals

    One of the tougher marathon courses around, the Flying Pig actually is a beginner-friendly affair—more participants are first-timers than at...

    One of the tougher marathon courses around, the Flying Pig actually is a beginner-friendly affair—more participants are first-timers than at other marathons, and the festivities also include a half-marathon, 10K, and 5K, four-person relay teams, and kids races. Bands and spectators are legion around the course, and the Pig has become one of the town's signature events, held the first weekend in May.

    644 Linn St., Suite 626, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45203, USA
    513-721–7447
  • 3. Cincinnati Home and Garden Show

    Festivals

    This show at the Cincinnati Convention Center exhibits fine furnishings and products and services related to building and remodeling, gardening...

    This show at the Cincinnati Convention Center exhibits fine furnishings and products and services related to building and remodeling, gardening, and outdoor living.

    525 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
    513-281–0022
  • 4. Cincinnati Opera

    Opera

    The Cincinnati Opera, the nation's second oldest, was started in 1920. The yearly summer festival occurs in June and July. ...

    The Cincinnati Opera, the nation's second oldest, was started in 1920. The yearly summer festival occurs in June and July.

    30 Garfield Place ste. 800 (administrative office), Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202, USA
    513-241–2742
  • 5. Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

    Music

    The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra performs from September through May at Music Hall. In June and July, the Pops heads outdoors to perform at the...

    The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra performs from September through May at Music Hall. In June and July, the Pops heads outdoors to perform at the Riverbend Music Center adjacent to Coney Island.

    , USA
    495-699–2035
  • 6. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

    Music

    Under the direction of maestro Paavo Järvi, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra performs from September through May. ...

    Under the direction of maestro Paavo Järvi, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra performs from September through May.

    , USA
    513-381–3300
  • 7. May Festival

    Festivals

    The oldest choral and orchestral festival in the country is presented in a series of concerts with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Guest...

    The oldest choral and orchestral festival in the country is presented in a series of concerts with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Guest soloists are featured.

    Cincinnati Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202, USA
    513-381–3300
  • 8. Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati

    Festivals

    The six-block area around Fountain Square is turned into a German biergarten for this three-day celebration of the city's German heritage, the...

    The six-block area around Fountain Square is turned into a German biergarten for this three-day celebration of the city's German heritage, the largest Oktoberfest outside Munich. Don your lederhosen and compete in the beer barrel roll or dance the chicken dance, often led by a once-popular musical artist from the "where are they now?" file. You can quench your thirst with a stein of beer, and there's plenty of goetta (a German dish made from meat and grain, similar to breakfast sausage), bratwurst, sauerkraut, and strudel to go around.

    Fountain Sq., 5th and Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
    513-579–3197
  • 9. Tall Stacks

    Festivals

    Every three years, Cincinnati pays tribute to its steamboat history by inviting a fleet of riverboats—there were 16 at the 2006 celebration...

    Every three years, Cincinnati pays tribute to its steamboat history by inviting a fleet of riverboats—there were 16 at the 2006 celebration—for riverboat races and cruises and scores of top musicians. The 2006 festival featured Wilco, Buddy Guy, Ricky Skaggs, Al Green, Buckwheat Zydeco, and 70 other artists. For the better part of a week, festival goers can tour steamboats, view historical exhibits and characters in period dress, and listen to music. The event began in 1988, during the bicentennial celebration of the city's founding.

    , USA
    513-721–0104

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