Upcoming Big Weekends

Cincinnati USA is brimming with events and activities to keep you entertained. Let us help you find the perfect activities for a getaway full of fun and memories!

  • Come for Cincinnati Reds, Stay for Kings Island

    Thu, Jul 30 to Sun, Aug 2

    Summer is synonymous with baseball so get your fix with the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park. Then head north of the city for some thrill action with roller coasters, live shows and Soak City Waterpark at Kings Island.

  • Come for Cincy Blues Fest, Stay for Glier's Goettafest

    Thu, Aug 6 to Sun, Aug 9

    You'll hear the sultry sounds of the blues coming from the riverfront all weekend long during Cincy Blues Fest. Then, head across the Ohio River to indulge in a local treat - goetta - at the world's largest goetta festival!

  • Come for Western & Southern Open, Stay for Science of Sports

    Thu, Aug 13 to Sun, Aug 16

    Roger Federer. Serena Williams. See the best in men's and women's tennis compete at the annual Western & Southern Open. Then, become the athlete yourself at the Cincinnati Museum Center's new interactive exhibit all about sports.

  • Come for Cincinnati Reds, Stay for Cincy Brew Ha-Ha

    Thu, Aug 20 to Sun, Aug 23

    Cheer on America's first professional baseball team at Great American Ball Park, then head down to Sawyer Point for some comedy (and beers!) on the river.

  • Come for Taste of Blue Ash, Stay for Germania Oktoberfest

    Thu, Aug 27 to Sun, Aug 30

    Head north of downtown for live music from nationally-known bands, local food, drinks and family activities during Taste of Blue Ash. Then kick off Oktoberfest season with Germania Society's annual event full of all things German.

  • Come for Cincinnati Reds, Stay for Riverfest

    Thu, Sep 3 to Sun, Sep 6

    We know how to say good-bye to summer with a bang in Cincinnati USA! Head down to the riverfront for all-day free fun, then stick around after the sun sets for one of the coolest fireworks displays you'll ever see! And don't miss an opportunity to see America's first professional baseball team, Cincinnati Reds, in action at Great American Ball Park.

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