Our Cincinnati Weekend Picks: January 7–9

See what’s happening this weekend in Greater Cincinnati.

Catch a cool car show, find everything you need for your wedding, buy and trade sick shoes with other sneakerheads, stock up for your next fishing trip, and catch a symphonic performance at Music Hall at these weekend events in Greater Cincinnati.


O’Reilly Auto Parts Cavalcade of Customs

Start your engines for the 62nd annual Cavalcade of Customs this weekend. America’s finest hot rods, customs, trucks, motorcycles, and more roll into the Duke Energy Convention Center, where you’ll also see vintage automobiles, old-school race cars, the International Show Car Association’s 2021 Championship finals, and special appearances by Danny Koker of History Channel’s Counting Cars, WWE star Bryan Danielson, and Barry Williams of The Brady Bunch. Find the full schedule and tickets here.

Jan 7–9, Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., downtown 

National Fishing Expo

Thousands of fishing enthusiasts descend on the Sharonville Convention Center this weekend for Greater Cincinnati’s premier fishing expo. This three-day event features hundreds of vendors showcasing, demonstrating, and selling gear, plus seminars and industry speakers presenting on a wide range of fishing topics. 

Jan 7–9, Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Rd., Sharonville

Cincinnati Wedding Show

Browse vendors and connect with wedding professionals who can help with everything you need for your special day. Giveaways at this bridal show include wedding rings and over $20,000 in gift cards, and every happy couple will receive a $200 wedding gift card.

Jan 8, Marriott Cincinnati North, 6189 Mulhauser Rd., West Chester

Snkr Culture Cincinnati

Dust off those Jordans, sneakerheads. Find exclusive and rare shoes and apparel from more than 160 vendors looking to buy, sell, and trade at this Saturday sneaker expo at Western Hills Sports Mall.

Jan 8, 1–6 pm, Western Hills Live Sports Mall and Events, 2323 Ferguson Rd., Western Hills

Dawson, Beethoven & Bernstein: A Shared Humanity

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presents works by three composers who touch on universal themes of cultural identity and our shared humanity, with William Dawson’s The Negro Folk Symphony as the centerpiece of this performance at Music Hall.

Jan 8 & 9, Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

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