Our Cincinnati Weekend Picks: January 27–30

You won’t want to miss these weekend events.
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Get the tools and advice you need for your next home reno, see rare and custom motorcycles at Rhinegeist, find family fun at the Contemporary Arts Center, enjoy a beloved musical, and catch a symphonic performance at these weekend events in Greater Cincinnati.

Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Show

Find what you need for your next home renovation project at this Greater Cincinnati expo featuring displays showcasing the latest trends in design. You can also talk directly with local experts to get the advice you need to help you with your home improvement projects.

Jan 27–30, Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Rd., Sharonville

Garage Brewed Motorcycle Show

This motorcycle show inside Rhinegeist Brewery lets you see what builders from small towns and cities across the Midwest are building and collecting, meaning you’ll find custom, rare, antique, collectible, and just plain odd bikes at this free event.

Jan 29, noon–midnight, Rhinegeist Brewery, 1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

The Sound of Music 

See the opening weekend of this beloved musical set in pre-World War II Austria as an exuberant young governess brings the joy of music back to the von Trapp family. It’ll be one of your favorite things to do this weekend.

Jan 29–Feb 13, The Carnegie, 1028 Scott Blvd., Covington

Family Festival: Ice, Ice, Baby 

Find frosty fun at the Contemporary Arts Center, including ice painting, designing a frozen snow crown, and an epic snowball battle. You’ll also meet a live penguin from the WAVE Foundation noon to 2 p.m. 

Jan 29, noon–3 pm, Contemporary Arts Center, 44 E. Sixth St., downtown

Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Presents “A Parting Opus”

The KSO returns to Greaves Concert Hall, the venue of its very first concert in 1992, to perform Gustav Mahler’s final complete composition juxtaposed with poetry from U.S. Poets Laureate inspired by the farewell symphony.

Jan 29, 7:30 pm, Greaves Concert Hall at Northern Kentucky University, 1 Nunn Dr., Highland Heights

Bonus event: Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs

Only one game stands between the Cincinnati Bengals and their first Super Bowl berth since the 1988 season. The Bengals face off against the Chiefs for the AFC Championship this Sunday. If you can’t make it to Arrowhead, pick up a cotton candy cake and catch the action on CBS (or head to The Banks Friday 4-7 for a Who Dey pep rally).

Jan 30, 3 pm, Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

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