Top Things to do in Cincinnati This Weekend: February 27 – March 1

It's looking like another great weekend across the tri-state! Here is our breakdown of what's going on from February 27 - March 1.

Thursday

Courtesy Southgate House Revival

Town Mountain

Talk about a show you don’t want to miss. Town Mountain bring their high energy to the tri-state. With two albums debuting on the Billboard Bluegrass Chart and mentions in Rolling Stone, these guys can bring it. Local folk band Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle also set to perform.
When: Thursday, 8:00PM (Doors, 7:30PM)
Where: Southgate House Revival, 111 E 6th St., Newport, KY
Cost: $15 advance, $20 at the door

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Gallagher

You know the guy who smashes watermelons on stage? Yeah, it’s this guy. Still at the top of his game, comedy legend, Gallagher brings his laugh-out-loud show to the tri-state. Don’t be surprised if you laugh so much, your abs will be sore the next day.
When: Thursday, 8PM (Doors, 6PM)
Where: Miami Valley Gaming, 6000 SR 63, Lebanon, OH
Cost: Starting at $10

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Friday

Bockfest

Come on out to the largest Bockfest in the world! Celebrate the history and heritage of Over-The-Rhine! Now in it’s 28 years of existence, there is something for everyone at Bockfest!
When: Friday-Sunday
Where: Multiple locations in OTR
Cost: FREE

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Courtesy Bogart's

Gaelic Storm

If you love Celtic music, do not miss this show. Now together for over 20 years, Gaelic Storm bring their talents to the Queen City. You’ll love the storytelling. You’ll love the instrumentation. There’s really nothing you won’t love about this band.
When: Friday, 8PM (Doors, 7PM)
Where: Bogart’s, 2621 Vine St., Clifton
Cost: $25

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Cincinnati Cyclones vs. Greenville Swamp Rabbits

The Cincinnati Cyclones turn into the Cincinnati Beasts in honor of the 40th anniversary of the legendary King’s Island coaster. Always a blast for the whole family, get there early to snag a free bobblehead given out to the first 3,000 fans
When: Friday, 7:30PM (Doors, 6:30PM)
Where: Heritage Bank Center, 100 Broadway, Downtown
Cost: Starting at $18

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Saturday

Courtesy Bridalrama

Bridalrama

Getting ready to tie the knot? Know someone who’s getting ready? This is your one-stop-shop for all things related to the big day. Meet face-to-face with wedding professionals to answer any questions you might have.
When: Saturday-Sunday
Where: Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown
Cost: $10 – Single Admission, $20 – 4-Pack

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Courtesy Cincinnati Arts Association

Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular

Thank you. Thank you very much. Who doesn’t love The King? Now you can hear his best music performed live by some of the best Elvis entertainers in the world!
When: Saturday, 8PM
Where: Aronoff Center, 650 Walnut St., Downtown
Cost: Starting at $22.75

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Courtesy Greater Cincinnati Orchid Society

Spring Orchid Show and Sale

Looking to add some beautiful new flowers to your garden this spring? With hundreds of orchids on sale, you’re sure to find the right one for you. Local experts will also be available to share their tips about growing your orchid.
When: Saturday, 7PM
Where: Krohn Conservatory, 1501 Eden Park Dr., Cincinnati
Cost: FREE

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Sunday

Goat Yoga

In collaboration with Bockfest, Goat Yoga is the exercise that’s taking over the tri-state! This one hour session will provide relaxation and stress relief. Your own yoga mat is required.
When: Sunday, 11AM
Where: Christian Moerlein Brewing Company, 1621 Moore St., OTR
Cost: $30

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Courtesy Taft Theatre

Annie Jr.

Bring the whole family for this wonderful show! Join little orphan Annie as she takes center-stage in one of the best musicals around.
When: Sunday, 2PM
Where: Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St., Downtown
Cost: Starting at $10

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