ALL WEEKEND LONG:
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra: Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back – Friday-Sunday at Music Hall. Film with live orchestra.
Terror Town – Now through November 3 in Williamsburg. Brought to you by the same folks who created Old West Fest, Terror Town is a place where nothing is what it seems. This haunt isn’t just a scare, but a psychological battle for your own state of mind. Features haunted trail, retail vendors, food, drinks, live music and performances, an outdoor theater, and interactive horror games.
Indian Film Festival of Cincinnati – Now through September 14. See films by some of the best independent filmmakers from South Asia. Screenings take place at various locations, including Cincinnati Art Museum, UC’s Tangeman Center, Esquire Theater, Kenwood Theatre, Mariemont Theatre and National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
St. Clement Festival and Pig Roast – Sept. 6-8 at Vine St. Park and Pavilion. Live music, games and rides.
St. Saviour Fall Festival – Sept. 6-8 at Sycamore Township.
Rails, Trails, & Ales Street Festival – Sept. 6-8 in Downtown Historic Loveland.
St. Susanna Festival – Friday through Sunday at St. Susanna Church. Music, rides, games, chicken and fish dinners all weekend.
Cincinnati Reds vs. Arizona Diamondbacks – All weekend long at GABP!
Midwest Funk Festival – 4 p.m. at 120 East 3rd St., Newport.
12th Street Shuffle – Noon-7 p.m. at 3 Points Urban Brewery. A Pendleton and OTR bar crawl to benefit Give Back Cincinnati.
David Shaw’s Big River Get Down – 2 p.m., RiversEdge at Marcum Park. Featuring The Revivalists, The War & Treaty, Brent Cobb, Southern Avenue, Neal Francis, Chris Gelbuda.
Weekend in the 1800s – 2 p.m. Sept. 7-8 at Shawnee Lookout Park. Transport yourselves in time to experience life in early Ohio. Interact with real settlers, see how they lived, see what they did for fun and meet our friends from the Society of Northwest Longhunters. Take part in chores, gardening, cooking, games and more.
Fall Concert Series: The Greeting Committee – 6-10 p.m. at Fountain Square.
Backlot 2019: Drop Dead Gorgeous – Waypoint Aviation at Lunken Airport. Includes red carpet, food, 2 drink tickets and entertainment. Come dressed in Hollywood glamour or already zombified.
Citirama – Noon-9 p.m. at 432 West Kemper Road, Springdale. Show homes range in price from $300,000 and up. Developed by Meierjohan Building Group, Springrose Meadows is a development in the City of Springdale in the Princeton City School District.
Wine Over Water – 6:30-10 p.m. at the Purple People Bridge. Tasting event features wine, local craft beer and food. Live music by the Night Owls. Benefits Brighton Center.
14th Annual Price Hill Pacer 5K – Elder High School. Family-friendly 5k race in Price Hill benefiting two non-profit organizations who share a vision of improving the quality of life for all families in the Price Hill community.
FC Cincinnati vs. Toronto FC – 7:30 p.m. at Nippert Stadium.
Leon Bridges – LIVE at the Aronoff Center. Join Q102 as we welcome Grammy Award-winning performer Leon Bridges to Cincinnati for a special performance to benefit Cincinnati Children’s. Proceeds from this special benefit concert support the children and families cared for by the medical center!
Arts and Crafts in the Park – 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Newtown Park in Lawrenceburg. A 40 plus year tradition of quality handmade crafts and homemade items. Vendors from all around the tri-state and surrounding states.
Second Sunday on Main – Noon-5 p.m in Over-the-Rhine Neighborhood. Vendors, live music, fun activities and more.
Lookin’ for something fun to do for a deal?
It Chapter 2 – (R) Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice – (PG-13) Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt