Plenty of great events across the tri-state this weekend! Here is our breakdown of what's going on from January 23 - January 26.
Cirque du Soleil: Axel
The high-flying Cirque du Soleil makes a stop in the tri-state! Bring the whole family to see this electrifying experience mixing world-class ice skating and breathtaking acrobatics.
Where: Heritage Bank Center, 100 Broadway, Downtown
Cost: Starting at $43
ATCK featuring AJ McLean of The Backstreet Boys
AJ McLean of the famous boy band The Backstreet Boys is set to spin the records and perform a DJ set in our own backyard. VIP tickets featuring a meet-and-greet are also available (Note: this is a 21+ show).
When: Thursday, 8PM
Where: Tin Roof, 160 E Freedom Way, Downtown
Cost: $20 (Ages 21+)
2020 Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Expo
Looking to remodel your home? Look no further! Head out to the Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Expo filled with innovative displays showing the latest ideas and trends. Talk with local experts and learn everything you need to know about upgrading your home.
When: Friday – Sunday
Where: Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Rd., Cincinnati
Cost: $5, Children under 18 – FREE
Schubert's The Great
Once thought to be lost, Schubert’s masterpiece, the Great, is now being performed in the tri-state. Music Hall provides backdrop for one of the best pieces of classical music ever written.
Where: Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., OTR
Cost: Starting at $14
Comedy legend Rickey Smiley makes a stop in the tri-state! A nationally syndicated radio personality, Rickey has been making people laugh for over 20 years and will sure to have your stomachs sore from laughter. (Note: these are 21+ shows)
Where: Liberty Funny Bone, 7518 Bales St., Liberty Township, OH
Cost: Starting at $40 (Ages 21+)
Lebanon Antique Show
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.
Where: Warren County Fairgrounds, 665 N Broadway, Lebanon, OH
Cost: $6 online, $8 at the door
On Saturdays, we brunch. 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.
When: Saturday, 11:30AM-2:30PM
Where: The Phoenix, 812 Race St., Cincinnati
Cost: Starting at $40
Soviet Spy George Koval and The Manhattan Project during World War II
If you’re interest in history, this is a story you cannot miss. Learn about the only Soviet intelligence officer to to penetrate secret U.S. research. George Koval was an American-born Russian scientist who worked on The Manhattan Project and fed information to the Soviets and now you can hear his story.
When: Saturday, 2PM-3PM
Where: Fernald Preserve, 7400 Willey Rd., Hamilton, OH
CCM Steel Drum Band
The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music presents a fan favorite! The CCM Steel Drum Band plays music from Trinidad along with folk, pop, and reggae compositions. This is a great show for any music lover.
When: Sunday, 7:30PM
Where: Patricia Corbett Theater, 290 CCM Blvd., Clifton
2020 Findlay Market Chili Cook-Off
Looking to taste some delicious chili? This is the place for you. Amateur chefs compete for the title of Chili Meister and you could get in on the action. Samples of delicious chili available plus a hot sauce competition is also set to take place.
When: Sunday, 10AM-4PM
Where: Findlay Market, 1801 Race St., OTR
If you're looking for even more things to do in Cincinnati this weekend, check out the calendar tab at the top of the page.