Our Cincinnati Weekend Picks: Sep 15 – 17

If you need something to do in the Queen City this weekend, look no farther.

Two Oktoberfests await you in the Queen City this weekend, along with an opportunity to celebrate Hispanic heritage, a chance to score some amazing homemade goods, and a musical about pop music’s most famous superstar.


Oktoberfest Zinzinnati

The biggest fall event of the year is back and now returns to 5th Street, promising a “bigger and better” Oktoberfest than anything that came before. Our local Oktoberfest is already the biggest in the entire United States, so those are enticing words. Head on down to get some sauerkraut, potato pancakes, and (of course) plenty of beer.
Sep 14-17, 5th Street, downtown

Oktoberfest Newport

If you don’t want to brave the downtown crowds but still want a little taste of the Oktoberfest experience, Newport’s German favorite Hofbrauhaus is putting on their own Oktoberfest, too.
Sep 15-17, 200 E. Third St, Newport

Hispanic Heritage Festival

Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15, and Great Parks is throwing their third annual festival at Sharon Woods to celebrate. The event promises an afternoon of live music, performances, dancing, children’s activities and crafts, food trucks, and more.
Sep 17, 11450 Lebanon Road, Sharonville, 3 p.m.

City Flea

Everyone’s favorite flea market is back again for the fall. If you’ve never been, City Flea has a ton of vendors set up shop all over Washington Park, selling everything from books to vintage clothing to homemade goods. Seems the weather this weekend will be perfect to do some outdoor shopping.
Sep 16, Washington Park, OTR, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

MJ: The Musical

This off the wall multi-Tony Award winning musical is finally startin’ somethin’ in Cincinnati. Centered around the making of Michael Jackson’s 1992 World Tour, you’ll come away learning more than you ever knew about the King of Pop. It’s sure to be a thriller.
Sep 15-17, 650 Walnut St, Cincinnati


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