Events

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No Matter The Season, There's A Reason To Visit

Cincinnati is one of the busiest cities in the country in terms of events and attractions.  Pick a time to visit and no matter the time of year, we promise you’ll have a bounty of events to attend. 

Fall

BLINK
Light and art installations, murals, urban artscapes and interactive art
MidPoint Music Festival
Numerous bands in multiple locations throughout the city
Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati
German music, food and beer; 500,000 people attend each year

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Winter

Festival of Lights
At the Cincinnati Zoo; 2.5 million lights and 100 lighted displays
Lebanon Christmas Parade
100 horse-drawn carriages pulled by miniature horses and Clydesdales
The Christmas Ranch
350,000 lights synchronized to music on 5 acres; featured on HGTV and Good Morning America

Christmas trees and surrounding ones lit up with lights
Spring

Bockfest
Cincinnati breweries release all their bock beer on the same day
May Festival
The oldest continuous choral festival in the Western Hemisphere
Findlay Market Parade
From Findlay Market to the Great American Ball Park
Fringe Festival
Eleven days of performances, arts, film, and music

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Summer

Cincinnati Music Festival
R&B, Hip-Hop and Jazz
Brew Ha-Ha
50 comedians on 3 stages; 60 beers featured
Bunbury Music Festival
A 3-day music festival at Sawyer Point Yeatman's Cove
The Western & Southern Open
A 10-day event at the Lindner Family Tennis Center
Taste of Cincinnati
The nation's longest running culinary arts festival

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