Cincinnati Events

Major event on Roebling Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati Events

Major event on Roebling Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati

Cincinnati Events

Cincinnati Events are held in Cincinnati unless indicated otherwise.

JANUARY

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Celebration of the civil rights leader’s life; Cincinnati;
http://www.king-raleigh.org/natlevent/body.cfm

FEBRUARY

Black History Month
Celebration of Black culture throughout the community; Cincinnati;
http://www.cincyusa.com

MAY

Taste of Cincinnati
Annual festival featuring 40 Greater Cincinnati restaurants serving up delicious and delectable menu items and four major stages offering live continuous entertainment; Central Parkway between Elm and Main Streets, Downtown Cincinnati;
http://www.taste-of-cincinnati.com

Civil Rights Game Weekend Celebration

5/11; Great American Ballpark; http://www.cincyusa.com

JUNE

Juneteenth Festival
A family event celebrating the end of slavery in America at Eden Park;
http://www.juneteenth.com

JULY

Cincinnati Music Festival
Paul Brown Stadium hosts one of the nations’s largest black music festivals; past performers include Mary J. Blige, New Edition, Jonathan Butler, Brian McKnight, Temptations, Maze, O’Jays and Robin Thicke
http://www.macysmusicfestival.com

AUGUST

Cincy Blues Fest
Sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Blues Society; Sawyer Point Park
http://cincyblues.org

Midwest Black Family Reunion
Cincinnati’s riverfront comes alive for a weekend of music, pavilions of all sorts, concerts, entertainment and a final open-air ecumenical church service, with over 200,000 attendees; featuring Heritage Breakfast, Town Hall Meeting, Parade, Jammin’ on the Cove Music, Themed Pavilions, Arts & Crafts, Food, Vendor Booths, Apparel, Exhibits, and more; Sawyer Point, Cincinnati Waterfront
http://www.midwestbfrc.com

OCTOBER

Tall Stacks Music, Arts & Heritage Festival
This Festival occurs every 3-4 years as one of Cincinnati’s signature events and the largest celebration of America’s steam boating era from the late 1800s
http://www.tallstacks.com

NOVEMBER

Festival of Lights
More than 100 lighted displays, 2.5 million lights, entertainment, shopping and more; Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
http://www.cincinnatizoo.org/events/pnc_festival_lights.html

DECEMBER

Kwanzaa
Begins 12/26; Annual 7-day celebration of African American culture at verious venues in Cincinnati; http://www.soulofamerica.com/events/kwanzaa-celebrations

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