Events

Here is a partial list of events that is happening the month of June all over downtown. If you have an event you want listed, please contact us.
 Friday, June 1st
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservator

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Donut Day

        11:30 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      The Greater Cincinnati Retail Bakers Association presents Donut Day on Fountain Square. Local bakeries highlight special offerings and distribute free donuts from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Local celebrities participate in donut stacking competition. Benefits Salvation Army.

    • Bunbury Music Festival 2018 – Day 1

        12:00 PM EDT  /    Sawyer Point/Yeatman’s Cove

      Alternative music festival with 80 live performances across 6 stages over 3 days. Bee free.

    • Gardeners Who Inspire

        5:30 PM EDT  /    Lloyd Library

      Honor gardeners, past and present, while exploring rare books and photos on exhibit. Participants are invited to share photos of their favorite “Gardeners Who Inspire” with an option to display them in the Lloyd’s gallery and on the Lloyd’s social media. Presentation by Carriage House Farm. Enjoy locally sourced tidbits and craft shrub cocktails.

    • SOS Art 2018

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Art Academy of Cincinnati

      SOS ART 2018, the annual collective art show and event for Peace and Justice will take place at the Art Academy of Cincinnati from June 1 to 10. All events are free and open to the public. The collective art show will open Friday June 1 at 6 pm and will close Sunday June 10 at 6 pm. Throughout the 10 days various art events on the themes of peace and justice will also take place at the Art Academy. Features artist talks, potluck reception and music by Lastboppers.

    • Friday Flow

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Important civic space in the hear of Cincinnati evolving to meet the needs and aspirations of the community.

    • Fifth & Vine Live

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Noises Off

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Saturday, June 2nd
    • Weekend Workout

        9:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Washington Park’s spring Weekend Workout offers a variety of FREE, rotating fitness classes led by licensed YMCA instructors. All skill-levels welcome, no experience needed. Special thanks to the Central Parkway YMCA!

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Bunbury Music Festival 2018 – Day 2

        12:00 PM EDT  /    Sawyer Point/Yeatman’s Cove

      Alternative music festival with 80 live performances across 6 stages over 3 days. Bee free.

    • AWAY GAME | New York Red Bulls II

        1:00 PM EDT  /    Away game Harrison, NJ

      #RiseTogether with Cincinnati’s professional soccer team. 2018 #FCCincy season tickets available now!

    • Dig Deeper

        1:30 PM EDT  /    Taft Museum of Art

      Get to know a work in the Taft collection on a whole new level! This hourlong interactive program encourages participants to look at, ask questions about, and discuss one work of art under the expert guidance of a docent. Find a new appreciation for some of your favorite paintings. FREE for Taft members; regular admission pricing for non-members.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        2:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

    • Planet Dance Summer Showcase

        4:00 PM EDT  /    Jarson-Kaplan Theater

      Join Planet Dance for their annual Summer Showcase, where students will have the opportunity to showcase what they’ve learned with us this year. You’ll see a mix of competition team students performing their award-winning group dances and solos, as well as new group dances from select classes.

    • Fifth & Vine Live

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Noises Off

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • EG Kight with Special Guest Maria Carrelli

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Memorial Hall

      Through the years Kight has developed a sound that transcends musical boundaries, with a unique blend of blues, country, americana, southern rock, jazz, gospel, and funk. Her music appeals to the masses, no matter their taste. Maria Carrelli is a Cincinnati-born musician based currently out of the small but vibrant musical community that is Ludlow, Kentucky. Crafting folk based grass roots music, she probes her listeners by baring her soul through song.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Sunday, June 3rd
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Bunbury Music Festival 2018 – Day 3

        12:00 PM EDT  /    Sawyer Point/Yeatman’s Cove

      Alternative music festival with 80 live performances across 6 stages over 3 days. Bee free.

    • Art On Vine

        12:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Up to 60 Local artists showcasing and selling fine arts and hand made goods on the Lovely Landmark Fountain Square in the center of Downtown Cincinnati! Every First Sunday of the month. Event is FREE to public. ART ON VINE will take place on Fountain Square Every first Sunday June thru September. Art on Vine will make a donation to a local Non- Profit to continue their mission. Contact Info: Web Site www.artonvinecincy.com : artonvinecincy@gmail.com

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        1:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

    • Noises Off

        2:00 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • Pop Up Play

        3:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Join Happen, Inc., a local, award-winning nonprofit bringing families and communities together through art and creative experiences, for a free art activity at Pop-Up Play presented by Kroger! Be a Super Hero For A Day! Make your own Super Hero Cape and Mask! What is your superpower? Create your hero name, and brand your cape and mask to match your superpowers. See if you can complete the superhero obstacle course. This free interactive Happen activity is designed for children 6 to 10 year olds accompanied with an adult. All activities are first come first served while supplies last.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        6:30 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Monday, June 4th
    • Eric Ward Presents: The Intersectionality of Hate

        6:30 AM EDT  /    National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

      The Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate invites Cincinnati’s diverse community leadership and constituents to a dialogue with Eric Ward, Director of the Western States Center, an organization at the forefront of building a progressive movement and just society since 1987. Ward is a national expert on the relationship between hate violence and preserving democratic institutions, governance, and inclusive societies, and he has extensively studied, researched and written about the modern white nationalist movement. Ward will tell the story of his civil rights work when the white nationalist movement was engaged in violent paramilitary activity that sought to undermine democratic governance in the Pacific Northwest. He’ll share his learnings about how antisemitism forms the theoretical core of white nationalism, and how understanding the antisemitism at the root of this movement is key to opposing it.

    • Gardeners Who Inspire

        8:30 AM EDT  /    Lloyd Library

      Honor gardeners, past and present, while exploring rare books and photos on exhibit. Participants are invited to share photos of their favorite “Gardeners Who Inspire” with an option to display them in the Lloyd’s gallery and on the Lloyd’s social media. Presentation by Carriage House Farm. Enjoy locally sourced tidbits and craft shrub cocktails.

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Trivia Night

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Monday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for $15 Bud Light buckets (5 bottles), gift card prizes, and plenty of fast-paced trivia. Teams must consist of no more than eight members in order to play. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

  Tuesday, June 5th
    • Gardeners Who Inspire

        8:30 AM EDT  /    Lloyd Library

      Honor gardeners, past and present, while exploring rare books and photos on exhibit. Participants are invited to share photos of their favorite “Gardeners Who Inspire” with an option to display them in the Lloyd’s gallery and on the Lloyd’s social media. Presentation by Carriage House Farm. Enjoy locally sourced tidbits and craft shrub cocktails.

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Strauss Troy Market

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Local vendors will offer everything from fresh produce and lunch food to sweet treats and handmade items at the Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Fountain Feud

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Tuesday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for Fountain Square’s version of the classic TV Gameshow. The format is similar to our popular Trivia game, but the difference is that Feud challenges you to identify the most popular answers instead of having to know the correct answers. Teams will compete to win giftcard prizes. Bar opens at 6 with $15 PBR buckets (5 beers), beer, wine, and liquor specials. Feud is hosted with Last Call Productions. Visit their webpage for more information on trivia format and FAQs.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Wednesday, June 6th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • World Fare

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Reggae Wednesday

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Put a little “weekend” in your Wednesday with the help of free Reggae concerts on the Square. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

    • Ledisi Melanie Fiona / Tweet

        8:00 PM EDT  /    The Taft Theatre

      Ledisi is a 12x Grammy-nominated vocal powerhouse who has wowed fans ever since she came onto the scene. She’s earned a place in the pantheon of the best soul singers of her generation. Ledisi is a favorite of The Obamas and has performed eight times at the White House. Her fans include icons, legends, and current chart-toppers like Prince, Patti LaBelle, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Kehlani, and more.

    • Summer Cinema

        9:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Summer Cinema features a free movie screening every Wednesday at the Park! Dust off those lawn chairs, grab a picnic basket, and join us for a fun, relaxing evening over on our civic lawn.

  Thursday, June 7th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • FSQ Eats

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Join us on the Square every Thursday for lunch from your favorite neighborhood food trucks.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        4:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • House Party

        5:00 PM EDT  /    Taft Museum of Art

      Open invite. Crash at our house after work and explore our home. Bring your crew or come solo—there’s something for everyone. We’ll keep the lights on for you! Escape the hustle. Chill outside under our tent and have a cocktail and light bites from Dean’s Mediterranean Imports. Discover our secret garden in the heart of downtown while listening to Jake Speed & The Freddies. Be inspired. Explore the Far Flung sculpture on the lawn with dancers from Pones. Check out the galleries and get your hands a little dirty and make a nature-inspired print. Not an artist? No worries. We’ll guide you through the steps. We have limited parking on site, so please consider sharing a ride. Check out www.bestparking.com/cincinnati-parking/ for nearby garages. The closest Cincy Red Bike stations are at P&G and Sawyer Point, and the closest Cincinnati Bell Connector station is Station 2 at 4th and Main. Presented by: Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation Media Partner: Cincinnati CityBeat

    • Family Fun Night

        5:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Parks: Carol Ann’s Carousel

      This is why the leopard can prowl in the high grass and not be seen, and white tigers blend in with the snow, it’s all about camouflage! Bring your family and enjoy discounted rides, creating an amazing craft, and participate in learning about the characters found on the Carousel! Join us June 7, 2018 5pm-8pm for this month’s Camouflage theme. Guess this week’s featured character on the Carousel for a chance to win a small prize and your family’s name listed on the winner’s board during Family Fun Nights! The complete history of how and why the character was created will be provided. (Free)

    • Speak & Sign Series: Acclaimed Columnist, Rochelle Riley

        6:00 PM EDT  /    National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

      Rochelle Riley is an award-winning newspaper columnist for the Detroit Free Press who is no longer seeking permission to put the burden down. She hosts a weekday radio show on 910AM Superstation; she offers commentary on NPR, Michigan Radio and local television outlets and contributes to Essence and Ebony magazines. She was inducted into the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame in 2016, received the 2017 Ida B. Wells Award from the National Association of Black Journalists and Northwestern University, and was awarded the 2017 Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship by the Society of Professional Journalists. She also is a global wanderer who has visited twenty-six countries and counting. The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery, edited by Riley, is a plea to America to understand what life post-slavery remains like for many African Americans, who are descended from people whose unpaid labor built this land, but have had to spend the last century and a half carrying the dual burden of fighting racial injustice and rising above the lowered expectations and hateful bigotry that attempt to keep them shackled to that past. The descendants of slaves have spent over 150 years seeking permission to put this burden down. As Riley writes in her opening essay, “slavery is not a relic to be buried, but a wound that has not been allowed to heal. You cannot heal what you do not treat. You cannot treat what you do not see as a problem. And America continues to look the other way, to ask African Americans to turn the other cheek, to suppress our joy, to accept that we are supposed to go only as far as we are allowed.” The Burden aims to address this problem. Following the discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to purchase The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery from the Smith & Hannon Bookstore at the museum and get it signed by Riley. This program is in partnership with the Greater Cincinnati Association of Black Journalists and Smith & Hannon Bookstore.

    • TALK | Art and the Creation of the National Park Service

        6:30 PM EDT  /    Taft Museum of Art

      Join Terry Seidel, Director of Land Protection for The Nature Conservancy in Ohio, as he highlights works from Cincinnatian Robert S. Duncanson, Thomas Cole, and many others to show how art stimulated interest in environmental preservation and laid groundwork for the establishment of one of America’s greatest treasures–the National Park Service. Please note: This program takes place prior to the opening of Ansel Adams: A Photographer’s Evolution.

    • Salsa On The Square

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Thursday 7-10p, enjoy hot salsa bands, skilled dancers, and tips from expert instructors who will take to the dance floor teach the basic steps. When it gets too hot, dancers can cool down with a cold soft drink or adult beverage. Come down and show off your best “Cha-Cha”! Delicious food also available from Mazunte. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase.

    • Roots Revival

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      An old favorite returns with a new name! Enjoy an evening of free Bluegrass, Roots, and Americana music over at Washington Park’s bandstand. Food will be available from Eli’s BBQ. Washington Park’s concessions offer full bar service, including beer, wine, liquor, and coke products. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Christian Moerlein Brewing Co., and Fifty West Brewing.

    • Noises Off

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Friday, June 8th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Summer Weekend Concert Series

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Friday Flow

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Important civic space in the hear of Cincinnati evolving to meet the needs and aspirations of the community.

    • Noises Off

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • Rodney Crowell with Jedd Hughes

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Memorial Hall

      Rodney Crowell has been doing this for a while. In fact, his career has been so long and varied that you have to specify exactly which “this” you’re talking about. Now there’s a new album, Close Ties, on which Crowell both demonstrates his strengths as a songwriter and illustrates how he has learned to balance personal recollection, literary sophistication, and his profound musical reach.

    • Nothing Like A Dame: A Cabaret Of Broadway’s Leading Ladies

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Fifth Third Bank Theater

      Celebrate Broadway’s legendary leading ladies — from Mary Martin and Ethel Merman to Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth — with NOTHING LIKE A DAME, the sparkling new cabaret production from Cincinnati Music Theatre, with support from the Cincinnati Arts Association. A cast of some of Cincinnati’s finest theatre talent will perform memorable musical moments from the Golden Age of Broadway, right up to today’s contemporary hit shows, including Anything Goes, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, Evita, Into the Woods, and Wicked. A charming master of ceremonies will share interesting facts and amusing anecdotes about these beloved Broadway dames, whose personalities and talents created stage legends and transcended marquees. NOTHING LIKE A DAME is conceived and directed by Skip Fenker, with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Spresser, the same team who created CMT’s first sold-out cabaret, LOVE IS LOVE, in February.

    • Area Choreographers Festival

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Jarson-Kaplan Theater

      Contemporary Dance Theater’s 2017-18 Season concludes with its presentation of the Area Choreographers Festival. Because this is an adjudicated concert, we do not know who the choreographers will be for this event but it will be a varied and exciting evening of dance and dancers from the area. Don’t miss this opportunity to support the dancers and choreographers working in our hometown.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Saturday, June 9th
    • Weekend Workout

        9:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Washington Park’s spring Weekend Workout offers a variety of FREE, rotating fitness classes led by licensed YMCA instructors. All skill-levels welcome, no experience needed. Special thanks to the Central Parkway YMCA!

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        2:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

    • Noises Off

        2:00 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • Nothing Like A Dame: A Cabaret Of Broadway’s Leading Ladies

        5:00 PM EDT  /    Fifth Third Bank Theater

      Celebrate Broadway’s legendary leading ladies — from Mary Martin and Ethel Merman to Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth — with NOTHING LIKE A DAME, the sparkling new cabaret production from Cincinnati Music Theatre, with support from the Cincinnati Arts Association. A cast of some of Cincinnati’s finest theatre talent will perform memorable musical moments from the Golden Age of Broadway, right up to today’s contemporary hit shows, including Anything Goes, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, Evita, Into the Woods, and Wicked. A charming master of ceremonies will share interesting facts and amusing anecdotes about these beloved Broadway dames, whose personalities and talents created stage legends and transcended marquees. NOTHING LIKE A DAME is conceived and directed by Skip Fenker, with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Spresser, the same team who created CMT’s first sold-out cabaret, LOVE IS LOVE, in February.

    • Summer Weekend Concert Series

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • AWAY GAME | North Carolina FC

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Away game Cary, NC

      #RiseTogether with Cincinnati’s professional soccer team. 2018 #FCCincy season tickets available now!

    • Noises Off

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Otto M. Budig Theater

      The drama onstage is nothing compared to the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their production from going entirely off the rails. Don’t miss this fall-out-of-your-chair-funny production, where the sardines and the slamming doors abound.

    • Nothing Like A Dame: A Cabaret Of Broadway’s Leading Ladies

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Fifth Third Bank Theater

      Celebrate Broadway’s legendary leading ladies — from Mary Martin and Ethel Merman to Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth — with NOTHING LIKE A DAME, the sparkling new cabaret production from Cincinnati Music Theatre, with support from the Cincinnati Arts Association. A cast of some of Cincinnati’s finest theatre talent will perform memorable musical moments from the Golden Age of Broadway, right up to today’s contemporary hit shows, including Anything Goes, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, Evita, Into the Woods, and Wicked. A charming master of ceremonies will share interesting facts and amusing anecdotes about these beloved Broadway dames, whose personalities and talents created stage legends and transcended marquees. NOTHING LIKE A DAME is conceived and directed by Skip Fenker, with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Spresser, the same team who created CMT’s first sold-out cabaret, LOVE IS LOVE, in February.

    • John Prine / Tyler Childers

        8:00 PM EDT  /    The Taft Theatre

      Long considered a “songwriter’s songwriter,” JOHN PRINE is a rare talent who writes the songs other songwriters would sell their souls for. Evidence of this is the long list of songwriters who have recorded gems from his extensive catalog, including Johnny Cash, Bonnie Raitt, the Everly Brothers, John Denver, Kris Kristofferson, Carly Simon, Ben Harper, Joan Baez, and many others. With immeasurable accolades, including two Grammys and the distinction of being one of the few songwriters honored by the Library of Congress and US Poet Laureate, Prine is more than a musician…he is an American treasure.

    • Area Choreographers Festival

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Jarson-Kaplan Theater

      Contemporary Dance Theater’s 2017-18 Season concludes with its presentation of the Area Choreographers Festival. Because this is an adjudicated concert, we do not know who the choreographers will be for this event but it will be a varied and exciting evening of dance and dancers from the area. Don’t miss this opportunity to support the dancers and choreographers working in our hometown.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Sunday, June 10th
    • Brunch Before The Ballpark

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Join us on select Sundays for Brunch Before the Ballpark + Reds Watch party! Visit Fountain Square for brunch from local food trucks and drinks from the Fountain Square bar before home Sunday Reds games. Don’t have tickets to the game? No problem! Stick around and we’ll show the game on the giant Fifth Third LED board.

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        1:00 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

    • Disney’s Aladdin

        6:30 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      Discover a whole new world at ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is ‘Exactly What You Wished For!’ (NBC-TV).

  Monday, June 11th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Trivia Night

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Monday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for $15 Bud Light buckets (5 bottles), gift card prizes, and plenty of fast-paced trivia. Teams must consist of no more than eight members in order to play. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

  Tuesday, June 12th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Strauss Troy Market

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Local vendors will offer everything from fresh produce and lunch food to sweet treats and handmade items at the Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Fountain Feud

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Tuesday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for Fountain Square’s version of the classic TV Gameshow. The format is similar to our popular Trivia game, but the difference is that Feud challenges you to identify the most popular answers instead of having to know the correct answers. Teams will compete to win giftcard prizes. Bar opens at 6 with $15 PBR buckets (5 beers), beer, wine, and liquor specials. Feud is hosted with Last Call Productions. Visit their webpage for more information on trivia format and FAQs.

  Wednesday, June 13th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • World Fare

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Reggae Wednesday

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Put a little “weekend” in your Wednesday with the help of free Reggae concerts on the Square. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

    • HOME GAME | Bethlehem Steel FC

        7:30 PM EDT  /    FC Cincinnati at Nippert Stadium

      #RiseTogether with Cincinnati’s professional soccer team. 2018 #FCCincy season tickets available now!

    • Summer Cinema

        9:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Summer Cinema features a free movie screening every Wednesday at the Park! Dust off those lawn chairs, grab a picnic basket, and join us for a fun, relaxing evening over on our civic lawn.

  Thursday, June 14th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • FSQ Eats

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Join us on the Square every Thursday for lunch from your favorite neighborhood food trucks.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Fun with Flags

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Cincinnati Parks: Carol Ann’s Carousel

      What’s red, and white, and has blue stripes? The U.S. Flag, which was adopted June 14, 1777! Come celebrate beautiful flags of the world with us on June 14, 2018 from 11a-5pm! Explore interesting fun facts about the symbols and colors on flags, as well as make your very own to proclaim your presence! We will provide all the supplies you need to create your very own commemorate work of art to celebrate. So ‘rotate’ with us around the world as we have fun with flags! (Free)

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        4:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • Salsa On The Square

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Thursday 7-10p, enjoy hot salsa bands, skilled dancers, and tips from expert instructors who will take to the dance floor teach the basic steps. When it gets too hot, dancers can cool down with a cold soft drink or adult beverage. Come down and show off your best “Cha-Cha”! Delicious food also available from Mazunte. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase.

    • Roots Revival

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      An old favorite returns with a new name! Enjoy an evening of free Bluegrass, Roots, and Americana music over at Washington Park’s bandstand. Food will be available from Eli’s BBQ. Washington Park’s concessions offer full bar service, including beer, wine, liquor, and coke products. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Christian Moerlein Brewing Co., and Fifty West Brewing.

    • La Traviata

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Violetta had it all—a lavish apartment, beautiful gowns and jewels, fine champagne in crystal glasses. She was a courtesan in 1850s Paris, flirting and toasting her way through life. For this pretty woman, it seemed that the party would never end. And then, she met him. Cincinnati Opera returns home to Music Hall with a beautiful production of Verdi’s irresistible classic. It’s no wonder Traviata is one of the best-loved operas of all time—filled with soaring melodies, sweeping emotions, rousing drinking songs, and passionate characters. After stealing our hearts as Liù in our spectacular 2015 Turandot, French soprano Norah Amsellem will hold the audience “spellbound” (Financial Times) as the famed courtesan Violetta Valéry. Korean tenor Ji-Min Park returns as Violetta’s lover, Alfredo, after his “beautifully sung and engagingly acted” (Cincinnati Enquirer) performance in Don Pasquale (2015).

  Friday, June 15th
    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Sewcialize Friday

        5:00 PM EDT  /    Sewendipity Lounge

      Enjoy a few snacks, make new friends, and sew a quick project. Space is limited, so register early. $15 per person.

    • Toast to Art Event

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Parks: Carol Ann’s Carousel

      Whether you’re a novice or more advance, join us for a guided art lesson while making new friendships and socializing. Ahhh, summer! A warm summer night, gentle breeze in the air, looking out at the beautiful City scenes at night while the stars twinkle on the River. Sipping palatable wines, and enjoying appetizing lite bites, painting a beautiful summer scene. Can you picture it? If you’re 21 and over, bring your friends, dates, coworkers, spouses, partners, and join us for this rendition of Toast to Art at Carol Ann’s Carousel June 15, 2018 from 6pm-9pm, with delectable bites provided by the Anderson Pavilion Culinary Group. Click here to purchase tickets now. ($45 per person, or $65 per pair)

    • Friday Flow

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Important civic space in the hear of Cincinnati evolving to meet the needs and aspirations of the community.

    • Summer Weekend Concert Series

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Japanese Breakfast / Half Waif

        8:00 PM EDT  /    The Taft Theatre

      The title “Soft Sounds From Another Planet” alludes to the promise of something that may or may not be there. Like a hope in something more. The songs are about human resilience and the strength it takes to claw out of the darkest of spaces. Michelle Zauner wrote the debut Japanese Breakfast album in the weeks after her mother died of cancer, thinking she would quit music entirely once it was done. That wasn’t the case. When “Psychopomp” was released to acclaim in 2016, she was forced to confront her grief. Zauner would find find herself reliving traumatic memories multiple times a day during interviews, trying to remain composed while discussing the most painful experience of her life. Her sophomore album, “Soft Sounds From Another Planet,” is a transmutation of mourning, a reflection that turns back on the cosmos in search of healing.

    • Nothing Like A Dame: A Cabaret Of Broadway’s Leading Ladies

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Fifth Third Bank Theater

      Celebrate Broadway’s legendary leading ladies — from Mary Martin and Ethel Merman to Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth — with NOTHING LIKE A DAME, the sparkling new cabaret production from Cincinnati Music Theatre, with support from the Cincinnati Arts Association. A cast of some of Cincinnati’s finest theatre talent will perform memorable musical moments from the Golden Age of Broadway, right up to today’s contemporary hit shows, including Anything Goes, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, Evita, Into the Woods, and Wicked. A charming master of ceremonies will share interesting facts and amusing anecdotes about these beloved Broadway dames, whose personalities and talents created stage legends and transcended marquees. NOTHING LIKE A DAME is conceived and directed by Skip Fenker, with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Spresser, the same team who created CMT’s first sold-out cabaret, LOVE IS LOVE, in February.

  Saturday, June 16th
    • Weekend Workout

        9:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Washington Park’s spring Weekend Workout offers a variety of FREE, rotating fitness classes led by licensed YMCA instructors. All skill-levels welcome, no experience needed. Special thanks to the Central Parkway YMCA!

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • TOUR | Pictures of a Place

        11:15 AM EDT  /    Taft Museum of Art

      Take a fresh look at some of the Taft’s landscape paintings on this interactive tour led by Senior Manager of Adult Programs Ellen Stedtefeld. You’ll be encouraged to draw personal connections to the places you see and challenged to look at paintings in new ways. This tour is the perfect way to get excited in preparation for the landscapes of Ansel Adams: A Photographer’s Evolution. Please note: This program takes place prior to the opening of Ansel Adams: A Photographer’s Evolution. FREE for Taft members; regular admission pricing for non-members.

    • Cincinnati.com Wine & Food Experience

        1:00 PM EDT  /    Yeatman’s Cove

      June 16, Cincinnati.com’s first-ever Wine & Food Experience (#WFE) featuring The Martha Stewart Experience will deliver the city’s finest bites and fine wines, craft beers and spirits to sample. This culinary event will feature celebrity guest Chef Graham Elliot, cooking demonstrations and a Grand Tasting Experience celebrating Cincinnati’s culinary scene along with the region’s leading gourmets and restaurateurs. The highlight of the event will be The Martha Stewart Experience, a showcase of her latest lifestyle collections, including books, kitchen gear, tabletop vignettes and more. Cincinnati WFE kicks off a 12-city USA TODAY NETWORK tour to explore the American culinary scene – this one with a distinctively Cincinnati perspective!

    • Nothing Like A Dame: A Cabaret Of Broadway’s Leading Ladies

        5:00 PM EDT  /    Fifth Third Bank Theater

      Celebrate Broadway’s legendary leading ladies — from Mary Martin and Ethel Merman to Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth — with NOTHING LIKE A DAME, the sparkling new cabaret production from Cincinnati Music Theatre, with support from the Cincinnati Arts Association. A cast of some of Cincinnati’s finest theatre talent will perform memorable musical moments from the Golden Age of Broadway, right up to today’s contemporary hit shows, including Anything Goes, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, Evita, Into the Woods, and Wicked. A charming master of ceremonies will share interesting facts and amusing anecdotes about these beloved Broadway dames, whose personalities and talents created stage legends and transcended marquees. NOTHING LIKE A DAME is conceived and directed by Skip Fenker, with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Spresser, the same team who created CMT’s first sold-out cabaret, LOVE IS LOVE, in February.

    • Summer Weekend Concert Series

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • HOME GAME | Richmond Kickers

        7:30 PM EDT  /    FC Cincinnati at Nippert Stadium

      #RiseTogether with Cincinnati’s professional soccer team. 2018 #FCCincy season tickets available now!

    • Celtic Woman: Homecoming

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Procter & Gamble Hall

      On a winter’s night in Dublin 14 years ago…an idea. To create a musical show with exceptional talent. Classically and traditionally trained Irish female musicians. Celtic Woman was born. Since its debut, global musical sensation Celtic Woman’s concerts continue to touch the hearts of a huge audience that spans the globe. Both an accomplished recording ensemble and a world-class performing collective, Celtic Woman celebrates Ireland’s rich musical and cultural heritage, while continuing its remarkable legacy of introducing some of Ireland’s most talented singers and musicians onto the world stage. It’s a universal celebration of life. It’s traditional, it’s contemporary. It’s yesterday, today and tomorrow.

    • La Traviata

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Violetta had it all—a lavish apartment, beautiful gowns and jewels, fine champagne in crystal glasses. She was a courtesan in 1850s Paris, flirting and toasting her way through life. For this pretty woman, it seemed that the party would never end. And then, she met him. Cincinnati Opera returns home to Music Hall with a beautiful production of Verdi’s irresistible classic. It’s no wonder Traviata is one of the best-loved operas of all time—filled with soaring melodies, sweeping emotions, rousing drinking songs, and passionate characters. After stealing our hearts as Liù in our spectacular 2015 Turandot, French soprano Norah Amsellem will hold the audience “spellbound” (Financial Times) as the famed courtesan Violetta Valéry. Korean tenor Ji-Min Park returns as Violetta’s lover, Alfredo, after his “beautifully sung and engagingly acted” (Cincinnati Enquirer) performance in Don Pasquale (2015).

    • Nothing Like A Dame: A Cabaret Of Broadway’s Leading Ladies

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Fifth Third Bank Theater

      Celebrate Broadway’s legendary leading ladies — from Mary Martin and Ethel Merman to Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth — with NOTHING LIKE A DAME, the sparkling new cabaret production from Cincinnati Music Theatre, with support from the Cincinnati Arts Association. A cast of some of Cincinnati’s finest theatre talent will perform memorable musical moments from the Golden Age of Broadway, right up to today’s contemporary hit shows, including Anything Goes, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, Evita, Into the Woods, and Wicked. A charming master of ceremonies will share interesting facts and amusing anecdotes about these beloved Broadway dames, whose personalities and talents created stage legends and transcended marquees. NOTHING LIKE A DAME is conceived and directed by Skip Fenker, with musical direction and arrangements by Michael Spresser, the same team who created CMT’s first sold-out cabaret, LOVE IS LOVE, in February.

  Sunday, June 17th
    • World Cup Watch Party

        8:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Join us on the Square for a World Cup viewing party! Catch the games on the Giant Fifth Third LED board.

    • Butterflies of Madagascar

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Krohn Conservatory

      Thousands of free-flying butterflies flutter among visitors and throughout the tropical landscape inside Krohn Conservatory.

    • Father’s Day Craft Program

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Cincinnati Parks: Carol Ann’s Carousel

      Show DAD some love and appreciation with us at Carol Ann’s Carousel on June 17, 2018 from 11am-5pm! Don’t forget about dad! Father’s Day has been celebrated in Europe since the middle ages and was originally celebrated on March 19. The celebration has grown over the years and now over 40 countries recognize this holiday and celebrate it on the U.S. date, which is the 3rd Sunday in June. So make a fun craft for your dad, because you know Moms get all the good gifts Mother’s Day! (Free)

    • 3rd Sunday Funday: Father’s Day

        1:00 PM EDT  /    Taft Museum of Art

      Celebrate dads this Funday! Meet the dads of the Taft collection, test your puzzle-solving skills at the Art Cart, and work with your dad (or other special adult) on a project to take home. Enjoy Sunrock Farm’s petting zoo from 1 to 2 p.m. Get into a party mood with a dance demonstration and workshop with Elementz, 2–3 p.m.

    • Pop Up Play

        3:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Join Happen, Inc., a local, award-winning nonprofit bringing families and communities together through art and creative experiences, for a free art activity at Pop-Up Play presented by Kroger! Be a Super Hero For A Day! Make your own Super Hero Cape and Mask! What is your superpower? Create your hero name, and brand your cape and mask to match your superpowers. See if you can complete the superhero obstacle course. This free interactive Happen activity is designed for children 6 to 10 year olds accompanied with an adult. All activities are first come first served while supplies last.

  Monday, June 18th
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Trivia Night

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Monday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for $15 Bud Light buckets (5 bottles), gift card prizes, and plenty of fast-paced trivia. Teams must consist of no more than eight members in order to play. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

  Tuesday, June 19th
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Strauss Troy Market

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Local vendors will offer everything from fresh produce and lunch food to sweet treats and handmade items at the Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Fountain Feud

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Tuesday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for Fountain Square’s version of the classic TV Gameshow. The format is similar to our popular Trivia game, but the difference is that Feud challenges you to identify the most popular answers instead of having to know the correct answers. Teams will compete to win giftcard prizes. Bar opens at 6 with $15 PBR buckets (5 beers), beer, wine, and liquor specials. Feud is hosted with Last Call Productions. Visit their webpage for more information on trivia format and FAQs.

  Wednesday, June 20th
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • World Fare

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Stories of Survival: Bhutan

        6:30 PM EDT  /    National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

      After a successful 2017 series, the Stories of Survival Speaker Series has expanded in 2018 with five different events. Hear first-hand from speakers about their own stories of survival and journeys are refugees. Over 80,000 Bhutanese fled Bhutan after the North declared the South a threat to the political order. Southern Bhutanese fled to India and Nepal to avoid imprisonment and torture. Since 2010, 22,000 refugees have ended up in the United States. About Stories of Survival: Stories of Survival is RefugeeConnect’s annual speaker series. Our 2018 series includes five different speaking engagements with refugees from five different countries telling their own stories of survival, including Somalia, Cyprus, the Former Soviet Union, Burundi, and Bhutan. For all dates, information, and flyer, visit refugeeconnect.org/storiesofsurvival. About RefugeeConnect: RefugeeConnect is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of refugees in Greater Cincinnati, to foster community acceptance and inclusion, and to construct a sustainable support system that empowers new Americans on the path to self-sufficiency. To learn more, visit us online at refugeeconnect.org.

    • Reggae Wednesday

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Put a little “weekend” in your Wednesday with the help of free Reggae concerts on the Square. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

    • La Traviata

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Violetta had it all—a lavish apartment, beautiful gowns and jewels, fine champagne in crystal glasses. She was a courtesan in 1850s Paris, flirting and toasting her way through life. For this pretty woman, it seemed that the party would never end. And then, she met him. Cincinnati Opera returns home to Music Hall with a beautiful production of Verdi’s irresistible classic. It’s no wonder Traviata is one of the best-loved operas of all time—filled with soaring melodies, sweeping emotions, rousing drinking songs, and passionate characters. After stealing our hearts as Liù in our spectacular 2015 Turandot, French soprano Norah Amsellem will hold the audience “spellbound” (Financial Times) as the famed courtesan Violetta Valéry. Korean tenor Ji-Min Park returns as Violetta’s lover, Alfredo, after his “beautifully sung and engagingly acted” (Cincinnati Enquirer) performance in Don Pasquale (2015).

    • Too Many Zooz / Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers

        8:00 PM EDT  /    The Taft Theatre

      Too Many Zooz’s manic music, dubbed “BrassHouse” by drummer King of Sludge, is an irresistible rocket that combines styles more diverse and far-flung than any international space station. As heard on the group’s EPs — F NOTE, Fanimals, Brasshouse Volume 1: Survival of the Flyest, The Internet, and the LP, Subway Gawdz — Too Many Zooz creates a visceral smack-to-the-senses. TMZ’s BrassHouse summons EDM, house, techno, and glitch, paired to the indigenous punch of Cuban, Afro-Cuban, Caribbean, and Brazilian Carnival rhythms. TMZ’s music is further heightened by the dancing and saxophone soloing prowess of Pellegrino, virtually a bionic Pepper Adams. Like Nortec Collective mashed with Daft Punk by way of a mad sonic scientist, Too Many Zooz has conquered New York City — your headset’s resistance is futile.

    • Summer Cinema

        9:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Summer Cinema features a free movie screening every Wednesday at the Park! Dust off those lawn chairs, grab a picnic basket, and join us for a fun, relaxing evening over on our civic lawn.

  Thursday, June 21st
    • FSQ Eats

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Join us on the Square every Thursday for lunch from your favorite neighborhood food trucks.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        4:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • June Summer Music Festival

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Ault Park

      Dance to fantastic live music at Ault Park’s June Summer Music Festival. Admission is FREE. Eli’s BBQ, Hungry Bros, beer, wine and water available for purchase. The band is Gen X. Bring lots of friends and enjoy!

    • Salsa On The Square

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Thursday 7-10p, enjoy hot salsa bands, skilled dancers, and tips from expert instructors who will take to the dance floor teach the basic steps. When it gets too hot, dancers can cool down with a cold soft drink or adult beverage. Come down and show off your best “Cha-Cha”! Delicious food also available from Mazunte. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase.

    • Roots Revival

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      An old favorite returns with a new name! Enjoy an evening of free Bluegrass, Roots, and Americana music over at Washington Park’s bandstand. Food will be available from Eli’s BBQ. Washington Park’s concessions offer full bar service, including beer, wine, liquor, and coke products. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Christian Moerlein Brewing Co., and Fifty West Brewing.

    • The Coronation of Poppea

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Abandoning her old lover, Poppea only has eyes for Emperor Nero…and his crown. Ottavia, Nero’s wife and empress, crafts elaborate schemes and issues dire threats to hold onto her husband. But when the gods are on Poppea’s side, how can she lose? Love might conquer all, but it leaves a trail of destruction. One of the first operas, Monteverdi’s 1642 Baroque masterpiece tells a dramatic story of passion and intrigue with some of the most transcendently beautiful music in all of opera. It’s presented here in a new production at SCPA’s intimate Corbett Theater under the direction of the “superbly imaginative” Zack Winokur (Parterre Box). A world-class cast, led by Grammy-nominated soprano Talise Trevigne and “vocally brilliant” countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo as Emperor Nero (The New York Times), joins the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and members of the early music ensemble Catacoustic Consort in realizing Monteverdi’s exquisite score.

  Friday, June 22nd
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Summer Weekend Concert Series

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Friday Flow

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Important civic space in the hear of Cincinnati evolving to meet the needs and aspirations of the community.

    • La Traviata

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Violetta had it all—a lavish apartment, beautiful gowns and jewels, fine champagne in crystal glasses. She was a courtesan in 1850s Paris, flirting and toasting her way through life. For this pretty woman, it seemed that the party would never end. And then, she met him. Cincinnati Opera returns home to Music Hall with a beautiful production of Verdi’s irresistible classic. It’s no wonder Traviata is one of the best-loved operas of all time—filled with soaring melodies, sweeping emotions, rousing drinking songs, and passionate characters. After stealing our hearts as Liù in our spectacular 2015 Turandot, French soprano Norah Amsellem will hold the audience “spellbound” (Financial Times) as the famed courtesan Violetta Valéry. Korean tenor Ji-Min Park returns as Violetta’s lover, Alfredo, after his “beautifully sung and engagingly acted” (Cincinnati Enquirer) performance in Don Pasquale (2015).

  Saturday, June 23rd
    • Weekend Workout

        9:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Washington Park’s spring Weekend Workout offers a variety of FREE, rotating fitness classes led by licensed YMCA instructors. All skill-levels welcome, no experience needed. Special thanks to the Central Parkway YMCA!

    • Weekend Workout

        9:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Washington Park’s spring Weekend Workout offers a variety of FREE, rotating fitness classes led by licensed YMCA instructors. All skill-levels welcome, no experience needed. Special thanks to the Central Parkway YMCA!

    • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

        10:00 AM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

      Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • 2018 Cincinnati Pride Parade and Festival

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s Cove

      Two-hour parade with famous grand marshal, main festival with music, drag queens, beer and spirits, and Family Fun Zone.

    • Summer Weekend Concert Series

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • The Coronation of Poppea

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Abandoning her old lover, Poppea only has eyes for Emperor Nero…and his crown. Ottavia, Nero’s wife and empress, crafts elaborate schemes and issues dire threats to hold onto her husband. But when the gods are on Poppea’s side, how can she lose? Love might conquer all, but it leaves a trail of destruction. One of the first operas, Monteverdi’s 1642 Baroque masterpiece tells a dramatic story of passion and intrigue with some of the most transcendently beautiful music in all of opera. It’s presented here in a new production at SCPA’s intimate Corbett Theater under the direction of the “superbly imaginative” Zack Winokur (Parterre Box). A world-class cast, led by Grammy-nominated soprano Talise Trevigne and “vocally brilliant” countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo as Emperor Nero (The New York Times), joins the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and members of the early music ensemble Catacoustic Consort in realizing Monteverdi’s exquisite score.

  Monday, June 25th
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Trivia Night

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Monday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for $15 Bud Light buckets (5 bottles), gift card prizes, and plenty of fast-paced trivia. Teams must consist of no more than eight members in order to play. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

  Tuesday, June 26th
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • Strauss Troy Market

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Local vendors will offer everything from fresh produce and lunch food to sweet treats and handmade items at the Strauss Troy Market on Fountain Square.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Fountain Feud

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Every Tuesday from 7PM to 9PM, grab your friends and head to the Square for Fountain Square’s version of the classic TV Gameshow. The format is similar to our popular Trivia game, but the difference is that Feud challenges you to identify the most popular answers instead of having to know the correct answers. Teams will compete to win giftcard prizes. Bar opens at 6 with $15 PBR buckets (5 beers), beer, wine, and liquor specials. Feud is hosted with Last Call Productions. Visit their webpage for more information on trivia format and FAQs.

    • The Coronation of Poppea

        7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

      Abandoning her old lover, Poppea only has eyes for Emperor Nero…and his crown. Ottavia, Nero’s wife and empress, crafts elaborate schemes and issues dire threats to hold onto her husband. But when the gods are on Poppea’s side, how can she lose? Love might conquer all, but it leaves a trail of destruction. One of the first operas, Monteverdi’s 1642 Baroque masterpiece tells a dramatic story of passion and intrigue with some of the most transcendently beautiful music in all of opera. It’s presented here in a new production at SCPA’s intimate Corbett Theater under the direction of the “superbly imaginative” Zack Winokur (Parterre Box). A world-class cast, led by Grammy-nominated soprano Talise Trevigne and “vocally brilliant” countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo as Emperor Nero (The New York Times), joins the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and members of the early music ensemble Catacoustic Consort in realizing Monteverdi’s exquisite score.

  Wednesday, June 27th
    • Porch Open

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

      The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

    • World Fare

        11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Special events, free concerts, tailgates and lunchtime contests. The place to meet friends and gather.

    • Work Out On The Green

        6:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      No contracts. No excuses. Just FREE fitness in Washington Park. All classes are led by licensed, trained instructors. Workouts take place on the Civic Lawn in front of the stage. Classes held at 6p & 7p Tuesday & Wednesday–workout lineup coming soon!

    • Reggae Wednesday

        7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

      Put a little “weekend” in your Wednesday with the help of free Reggae concerts on the Square. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase. Bar opens at 6p with nightly drink specials!

    • AWAY GAME | Toronto FC II

        8:00 PM EDT  /    Away game Toronto, ON

      #RiseTogether with Cincinnati’s professional soccer team. 2018 #FCCincy season tickets available now!

    • Summer Cinema

        9:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

      Summer Cinema features a free movie screening every Wednesday at the Park! Dust off those lawn chairs, grab a picnic basket, and join us for a fun, relaxing evening over on our civic lawn.

  Thursday, June 28th
  • FSQ Eats

      11:00 AM EDT  /    Fountain Square

    Join us on the Square every Thursday for lunch from your favorite neighborhood food trucks.

  • Porch Open

      11:00 AM EDT  /    Washington Park

    The Southwest Porch sells beer, wine, liquor, Coca-Cola products and light snacks. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Fifty West Brewing, and The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company in addition to Bud Light.

  • Beyond The Bricks: Outdoor Building Tour Of Cincinnati Music Hall

      4:00 PM EDT  /    Cincinnati Music Hall

    Join us for a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of this National Historic Landmark. The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall’s knowledgeable guides take you “Beyond the Bricks” for a 360 degree, around-the-building view of Cincinnati Music Hall’s history and fabulous architecture. Learn about Music Hall’s design construction, architectural styles and the cultural neighborhood of 1878. Historians, architecture enthusiasts and adventurers alike will gain new insight into why Cincinnati Music Hall truly merits its designation as one of the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world.

  • Salsa On The Square

      7:00 PM EDT  /    Fountain Square

    Every Thursday 7-10p, enjoy hot salsa bands, skilled dancers, and tips from expert instructors who will take to the dance floor teach the basic steps. When it gets too hot, dancers can cool down with a cold soft drink or adult beverage. Come down and show off your best “Cha-Cha”! Delicious food also available from Mazunte. Fountain Square concessions offers beer, wine, drink specials, and Coca-Cola products for purchase.

  • Roots Revival

      7:00 PM EDT  /    Washington Park

    An old favorite returns with a new name! Enjoy an evening of free Bluegrass, Roots, and Americana music over at Washington Park’s bandstand. Food will be available from Eli’s BBQ. Washington Park’s concessions offer full bar service, including beer, wine, liquor, and coke products. We feature beer offerings from local favorites Taft’s Ale House, Rhinegeist, Christian Moerlein Brewing Co., and Fifty West Brewing.

  • The Coronation of Poppea

      7:30 PM EDT  /    Music Hall

    Abandoning her old lover, Poppea only has eyes for Emperor Nero…and his crown. Ottavia, Nero’s wife and empress, crafts elaborate schemes

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