ALL WEEKEND LONG:
Cirque Du Soleil: Axel – Thursday-Sunday at Heritage Bank Center.
Snow Banks at the Banks – Final weekend! Frisch’s Big Boy Snow Tube Run, a 50-foot long snow tube ramp at SkyStar Wheel Snow Park with rides for purchase, a snow sledding hill, snow blizzards for snow selfies on the half hour, a snow lounge with cocktails and much more!
Ford 63th Annual Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show – Wednesday-Sunday at Duke Energy Convention Center. Boats, equipment, gear, seminars, guides, outfitters and more. We’re bringing back the traditional sport show – fishing tackle, the Hawg Trough seminar series, powersports, a free kid’s trout fishing pond and kid’s day, travel destinations and the biggest selection of boat manufacturer lines in the area.
Bloom and Grow – 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday at Krohn Conservatory. Spend time among the blooming tulips and daffodils while you take a stroll through the hiking path and enjoy the warmth of Spring while the weather is still chilly on the other side of the glasshouse.
2020 Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Expo – Friday-Sunday at Sharonville Convention Center. Comprehensive expo filled with innovative displays showcasing the latest trends in design and product offerings. In addition to exploring the highest quality displays, you will have the opportunity to talk directly with local experts and get the advice you need to help you with your home improvement projects.
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: Schubert’s The Great – Friday-Saturday at Music Hall. Encounter Schubert’s once-lost masterpiece, a cornerstone of orchestral music. Like the final symphonies of Beethoven, Mahler and Dvorak, Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 is an awe-inspiring revelation.
Chinese New Year Celebration – 6 p.m. at Memorial Hall. Featuring Shanghai Chinese Orchestra (SHCO), founded in 1952 in China. It is the first big-scale modern Chinese Orchestra and plays an important role in the development of Chinese music.
Contemporary Dance Theater: Ronald K Brown / Evidence – 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. Features works from Mr. Brown’s 34-year history of choreographing and directing his company. GRACE, originally created for the Alvin Ailey Company is celebrating its 20-year history and will be the centerpiece of this program.
Madison Live Comedy Show – 8 p.m. at Madison Live. Featuring Jay Armstrong, Tony Kordenbrock, Kristy Ashley, Travis Conner and Mac McIver.
Onesie Pub Crawl Cincinnati – Noon-2am in Downtown Cincinnati! Live entertainment throughout, no cover charges, drink specials, professional photographers, and a costume contest with cash prizes!
Laughs at Taft’s: Joe DeRosa – 8 p.m. at Taft’s Brewpourium. Joe DeRosa’s brand of comedy, which mixes brutal honesty and frustration at the workings of the world, has won over comedy fans, radio listeners, and TV audiences nationwide.
Lebanon Antique Show – Saturday and Sunday at the Warren County Fairgrounds! An antique show all for a good cause. This show is a major fundraiser for the Warren County Historical Society for over half a century and now you can do your part. Come and view a large selection of 18th, 19th, and 20th century American art.
Brunched – 11:30am – 2:30pm at The Phoenix. Some of the best restaurants in the city bring the best of the best to one place. With bottomless bloody marys and mimosas, you can eat to your heart’s content.
The Color Ball – 6pm at the Duke Energy Convention Center. Hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, this is a celebration of inspiration for people of the LGBTQ community and allies, family and friends. Tickets include a cocktail reception, silent auction, elegant dinner, speakers and live entertainment.
Chili Cook-off & Hot Sauce Boss Competition – Noon-4 p.m. at Findlay Market. Amateur chefs compete for the titles of Chili Meister and Hot Sauce Boss.
Australia Day Bikkies & Bevvies for Fire Relief – 1-5pm at Below Zero Lounge in OTR! An afternoon filled with treats, drinks, and raising money to support firefighters, rescue workers, and animals. *Bikkie is the Australian term for cookie. Think of this event as a big bake sale! Kids are welcome, too! 🙂
The Gentlemen – (R) Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam
The Turning – (PG-13)
The Last Full Measure – (R) Samuel L. Jackson
Lookin’ for something fun to do for a deal?