Looking for something to do around the Cincinnati area? Today’s Transitions has the scoop on a few events in the Queen City this September.
Now through October 1: One of Cincinnati’s most iconic buildings right in the heart of the city becomes the perfect white canvas on which to display Monet’s works of art. Built in 1860, the 7,000 square ft Immersive Gallery takes advantage of the venue’s soaring height, allowing guests to explore the historic details that have been revealed. Monet: The Immersive Experience brings art and culture to downtown Cincinnati. Learn more here.
September 21: For live music head down to Ault Park’s September Summer Music Festival – a Cincinnati tradition for over 20 years. Music provided by the Michelle Robinson Band and admission is free. Local favorite food, craft beers/wine, and water will be available for purchase.
September 22-24: Newport Oktoberfest brings a true Munich feel to the area! Just like the traditional Oktoberfest beer tents, this entire event is held under tent with all the food, drinks, and fun you can ask for.
Compiled by Lindsay McDonald
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