Looking for something to do around the Cincinnati area? Today’s Transitions found a few options for you to consider this May.
Experience classical favorites, world premieres, and works near and dear to May Festival’s heart in celebration of the City that Sings and the 150th Anniversary!
The May Festival is the oldest continuous choral festival in the Western Hemisphere and one of the only true choral festivals that remains in our country today. Featuring the May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, five unique concerts are performed over two weekends, resulting in a magnificent array of choral masterpieces. Tickets to all performances are on sale now.
After playing a trio of dates in Mexico, Dave Matthews Band will kick off its U.S. tour May 19, with a stop in Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center on Saturday, May 27. New music will be on the playlist with the release of Walk Around The Moon – their 10th studio album and the follow-up to their chart-topping 2018 album, Come Tomorrow – on May 19. Get ticket information here.
View Riverbend’s full upcoming concert schedule.
Taste of Cincinnati, one of the nation’s largest free culinary arts festivals, returns to downtown Cincinnati from May 27 – 29 along Fifth Street from Walnut to Sentinel. This Cincinnati culinary tradition, started in 1979, features more than 65 restaurants, food trucks, and Findlay Market vendors along with several stages of live entertainment. Learn more by clicking here.
Compiled by Lindsay McDonald
P.S. A quiet, reflective afternoon sound nice? Visit the Speed Art Museum in Louisville.
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