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 Sutton Foster, Stay for The Art of Food

    Thu, Feb 23 to Sun, Feb 26

    The Cincinnati Pops welcome award-winning Broadway star, Sutton Foster, to Taft Theatre. Then, head across the river for The Carnegies' annual "The Art of Food" exhibit where food and art intersect in a 1950s theme.

  • Come for Wine Festival, Stay for Bockfest

    Thu, Mar 2 to Sun, Mar 5

    Whether you're a wine drinker or prefer a cold brew, we have an event for you this weekend! Sample from hundreds of wineries at the Cincinnati International Wine Festival, or celebrate the coming of spring and bock beer with Bockfest.

  • Come for Mamma Mia, Stay for Vikings

    Thu, Mar 9 to Sun, Mar 12

    Sing along to the songs of ABBA in the feel-good Broadway in Cincinnati production. And don't miss your chance to see hundreds of artifacts from the Viking culture, including the longest Viking ship ever discovered.

  • Come for Cincinnati Ballet, Stay for Newport Aquarium

    Thu, Mar 16 to Sun, Mar 19

    The Cincinnati Ballet shakes things up this spring with a production that mixes genres and pushes beyond the boundaries of traditional classical ballet. After a night of performing arts, head to Newport Aquarium for some under-the-sea fun with sharks, seahorses, stingrays and more!

  • Come for Butterfly Show, Stay for Mandela

    Thu, Mar 23 to Sun, Mar 26

    Thousands of monarch butterflies are fluttering around the Krohn Conservatory at the annual International Butterfly Show! And just down the hill from the conservatory, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center presents photographs of the last years of the life of former South African President Nelson Mandela.

  • Come for Cincinnati Zoo, Stay for Tarzan

    Thu, Mar 30 to Sun, Apr 2

    Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! See them all, plus hippos, cheetahs and more at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. If that's not enough animal fun for you, see the legend of Tarzan play out on stage in the Cincinnati Children's Theatre production.