Downtown Events

Downtown and Over–the–Rhine Events

Friday, Jan. 4 – Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019

For more events, visit www.downtowncincinnati.com.

 Cincinnati Cyclones - Throwback WeekendFriday, Jan. 4, Doors Open 6:30 pm, Puck Drops 7:30 pmU.S. Bank Arenahttps://www.cincinnatiarts.org/ehttps://cycloneshockey.com/game/2019/01/4/throwback-weekendvents/detail/romantic-rachmaninoff-1

The Cyclones most popular promotion is so nice, we are having it twice. Throwback Night features $10 tickets, $1 hotdogs, pizza, soda, and beer plus it is Teddy Bear Toss Night. Bring a new or slightly loved teddy bear to throw on the ice after the Cyclones First Goal.

Throwback Individual Tickets $10 ($12 Day Of)

Chick-fil-A Family 4-Pack

The Cyclones have partnered with Chick-fil-A to bring you their most family-friendly package, the Chick-fil-A Family 4-Pack. This package is available for any game & you can add tickets on at a prorated price per ticket.4 Tickets, 4 Hats4 Chicken Sandwich Coupons$57 ($14.25/Ticket)

 Romantic RachmaninoffFriday, Jan. 4, 11:00 am - Saturday, Jan. 5, 8:00 pmMusic Hallhttps://www.cincinnatiarts.org/events/detail/romantic-rachmaninoff-1

The music of Rachmaninoff has touched the heart for generations. Hear Rachmaninoff’s masterpiece (as featured in the film Shine) performed by acclaimed pianist Kirill Gerstein, who “shows how virtuosity and soulfulness can go hand in hand” (The Chicago Sun-Times). Program Notes/What’s interesting about this concert:

Thrilling young conductor Karina Canellakis delivers edge-of-your-seat performances.

Rachmaninoff's fiendishly difficult Third Piano Concerto (featured in the movie Shine) is a high-wire act for the soloist, Kirill Gerstein. He shows how virtuosity and soulfulness can go hand in hand" (Chicago Sun Times).

Elgar’s In the South takes the listener on holiday, evoking coastal landscapes of the Italian Riviera.

This concert is part of Series 1.

 Crime, FamilyFriday, Jan. 4, 7:00 pm, Saturday, Jan. 5, 4:00 pm & 7:00 pm, Sunday, Jan. 6, 4:00 pmThe Garfield Theatre, 719 Race Stwww.cincyworldcinema.org

Cincinnati World Cinema presents Shoplifters from acclaimed director Hirokazu Kore-eda, which is Japan's official submission for "Best Foreign Language Film" for the Academy Awards, at The Garfield Theater at 719 Race St. from Jan 4 to 10.

SYNOPSIS: On the margins of Tokyo, a dysfunctional band of outsiders are united by fierce loyalty, a penchant for petty theft and playful grifting. When the young son is arrested, secrets are exposed that upend their tenuous, below-the-radar existence and test their quiet belief that it is love – not blood – that defines a family.

 Easyriders Bike ShowSaturday, Jan. 5, 10:00 am - 7:00 pmDuke Energy Convention Center (Halls B & C) 

http://easyridersevents.com/bikeshow-2019-cincinnati.php

The show uniquely offers local “backyard” builders a forum to compete and show their works of motorized art side-by-side with some of the biggest names in the custom motorcycle world. Basic bike show competition entry is free of charge and all bikes are voted on by the attending public as well as judged by Editors of Easyriders, V-Twin and Road Iron magazines, who will be scouting for bikes and builders to feature

Featuring: NTC Drift Trikes, Purrfect Angelz, Prism Supply, Tattooing, Michael Ballard of Full Throttle Saloon, Deadbeat Stunt Division, Easyriders Garage

Tickets: Advance $20, at door $25, at door active military $15, kids ages 6-12 $10, kids ages 5 and under free

 Wendy’s Bridal ShowSaturday, Jan. 5, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sunday, Jan. 6, 11:00 am - 5:00 pmDuke Energy Convention Centerhttp://www.wendysbridalshow.com/

Cincinnati’s Premier Bridal Show. Find hundreds of wedding ideas, fashions, products and services in one place! Wendy's Bridal Show will provide you with more style, more choices and more ideas to make your wedding day spectacular. At Wendy's Bridal Show you'll find aisle after aisle of displays by more than 150 of Cincinnati's finest wedding professionals. You can talk with the experts, see the latest trends, get new ideas and find money-saving show specials. Find everything you need to make your special day a dream come true!

See a spectacular fashion show, talk with dozens of the Tri-State’s premier reception and ceremony locations, see the work of Cincinnati’s finest wedding photographers and videographers, latest designs from florists and decor specialists, meet Cincinnati’s finest DJs and live musicians, sample offerings from caterers and bakers, and more!

Fashion show Saturday at 12:00 noon and 3:00 pm Fashion show Sunday at 2:00 pm.

Tickets $10 each. $2 Discount Coupon Available online (quick survey response required)

 Paris Match, Exhibition TourSaturday, Jan. 5, 1:30 pmTaft Museum of Arttaftmuseum.org

Start the New Year with a trip without leaving Cincinnati when you join a Taft Museum of Art docent for a half-hour tour of the special exhibition Paris to New York: Photographs by Eugène Atget and Berenice Abbott on Jan. 5, to learn more about the artists and their work.

In Paris in the 1920s, the young American photographer Berenice Abbott (1898–1991) encountered the elderly French photographer Eugène Atget (1857–1927). Through a sequence of riveting and often iconic images of Abbott’s New York and Atget’s Paris, the exhibition elaborates the relationship between Abbott’s and Atget’s photography and their lasting place in the history of photography.

FREE for Taft members; regular admission pricing for non-members. Half-hour tour.

 Curtain Call for “Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World”Saturday, Jan. 5, 8:00 pm - 11:00 pmCincinnati Museum Center 

Event on Cincinnati Museum Center Facebook page

It's curtain call time for the "Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World" exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Sunday is the last day to see the exhibit, but the folks at Union Terminal want to give the instrument a rocking goodbye at a party Saturday night with live music and a cash bar.

Special guests performing live: Dan Barr, JB Buse, Kevin Canafax, Andrew DeWitt, Al Early, Leigh Fox, Andy Held, George Joseph, HP Newquist, Misty Perholtz, Tim Schigel, Michael Stich, Dudley Taft, Woody Taft, Al Vontz, Megan Watkins, Allen Zaring

Tickets $20

 Beer Hall Singalong 

Saturday, Jan. 5, 8:00 pm - 11:00 pmChristian Moerlein Brewing Co.

Facebook event on Christian Moerlein Brewing Co.

We're bringing back our Cincinnati roots...Before radio, beer halls and bier gardens were the fundamental source of entertainment and camaraderie in Cincinnati. Fast forward to today, Christian Moerlein Brewery brings to you, Beer Hall Singalong. A high energy celebration of Cincinnati’s original brewing and beer hall history. Our authentic old world beer hall atmosphere brings new world singalong songs, from Sweet Caroline to We Are The Champions, or, request your own favorite to our Christian Moerlein House Band. It’s a Cincinnati tradition with friends and family, you don’t want to miss. Das Boot specials will also be available.Join us for our new, weekly event every Saturday from 8-11pm! Prost!

 An Evening of Dance with Q-Kidz Dance TeamSunday, Jan. 6, 5:00 pmMemorial Hall www.memorialhallotr.com

The little dancers of Q-Kidz will entertain and uplift during their performance at Memorial Hall on Sunday. Q-Kidz's mission is to engage children in positive social experiences through dance and educational programming designed to build strong character, increase self-esteem and promote a better life.

Tickets $20

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