The state of Ohio is home to the vibrant city of Cincinnati. Although many people know Cincinnati for being home to big companies like Macy’s, Procter & Gamble and Kroger, the city is actually home to numerous cultural events and entertainment opportunities as well. The city has been ranked as one of the best for young professionals, one of the most affordable and one of the most romantic cities in the country as well. The city is home to many parades and festivals throughout the city and the downtown area of the city is centered around the public square and event location known as the public square.
In the city of Cincinnati is home to two different professional sports teams, including the famous Cincinnati Bangles; the city’s NFL professional football team. The team plays their home games at the Paul Brown Stadium in downtown Cincinnati where fans can buy tickets to see the team take on their rivals in the AFC North division. The city is also home to the Cincinnati Reds, the Major League Baseball team in the city. The five time World Series winners have played downtown at the Great American Ball Park since 2003, and fans can see them play their home games here all summer long. The opening day of baseball season is actually considered a holiday in the city. In fact many kids will skip school on this day in Cincinnati.
There are also several minor league and college sports teams in the city that have excellent local following.
Live music fans have a number of opportunities to see some of their favorite live musicians perform in the numerous venues in the city of Cincinnati. Those interested in experiencing live musical festivals can buy tickets to festivals in the city such as the Macy’s Music Fest, the MidPoint Music Festival and the Cincinnati Fringe Festival. There are also opportunities to buy tickets to see the Cincinnati May Festival Chorus play downtown at the Cincinnati Music Hall. There is also a Cincinnati symphony orchestra, opera and ballet downtown as well. Those looking for larger concert events can also see shows at Nippert Stadium, The Cincinnati Gardens and the US Bank Arena.