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Events in Cincinnati

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There is a lot to see and do in Cincinnati year-round; we have well over 121 events on our calendar in the next 90 days! So if you're visiting Cincinnati or just need to find something fun to do, check out our calendar for all upcoming 2014 Cincinnati events.

While the city of Cincinnati itself lies squarely in the southwest corner of Ohio, its metropolitan area extends outside the Buckeye State and in to the neighboring states of Indiana and Kentucky, giving it a population of more than 2.1 million residents. Perhaps the Cincinnati sprawl can be credited for making it one of the most diverse and lively places in the Midwest. From sports to festivals to historic architecture, Cincinnati offers a bit of it all, making it a happening place for residents and a must see destination for tourists. If you want Cincinnati events tickets, GoTickets has them for you.

Cincinnati Sports Tickets
Cincinnati itself is home to two major sports franchises. You can pick up Cincinnati sports tickets and get a taste of one of the United States’ most enduring baseball franchises when the Cincinnati Reds play baseball the way it was meant to be played at Great American Ball Park. Cincinnati Reds tickets are especially in demand each year on Opening Day, when the city typically hosts the traditional opening game of the baseball season each year. The Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League check in as a slightly newer team, since they were founded in the 20th century as opposed to the Reds’ beginnings in the 19th century. For their home games, Cincinnati Bengals tickets are for Paul Brown Stadium. Tennis fans can catch both men’s and women’s tennis each year at the Cincinnati Masters Tournament. The event, which is also known as the Cincinnati Open or the Western and Southern Open, takes place in the Cincinnati suburb of Mason, Ohio, at the Lindner Family Tennis Center. With the city’s proximity to Kentucky, it is also less than a two hour drive to head to Louisville, Kentucky, to watch the fastest two minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby, at Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May.

Cincinnati Concert Tickets and Cincinnati Theater Tickets
Like many cities, Cincinnati concert tickets often take you to sporting venues that double as concert venues, like Great American Ball Park and Nippert Stadium. For Cincinnati theater tickets, check into Aronoff Center Procter and Gamble Hall. Of course, don’t miss out on the many Cincinnati festivals, which range from the Cincinnati Fringe Festival to the Cincinnati Flower Show to the MidPoint Music Festival.

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