EVENTS IN CINCINNATI
Population (2010): 296,943
Climate: Resting on a transition between humid subtropical and humid continental, summers average in the mid 80s (F) and cold winters average in the mid 20s (F).
Time Zone: Eastern / Eastern Daylight
Cincinnati's Top Venues: Great American Ballpark, Paul Brown Stadium, Riverbend Music Center, US Bank Arena
Teams in Cincinnati: Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds
Featured Events in Cincinnati:
People from other regions may be wondering what Cincinnati is all about, but those who live there understand how much of an impact the city has had on Ohio culture. Historically, this urban center was known as one of the first all-American boomtowns, serving as the heart and soul of the Midwest until larger cities like Chicago surpassed it at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution.
Cincinnati's status as one of the most prominent cities in the region makes it naturally inclined toward athletics. There are seven major sports venues in Cincinnati, hosting popular teams like the Reds (who evolved from America's first professional baseball team - the Cincinnati Red Stockings), and the NFL's Bengals. Any avid baseball fan will be enticed by a tradition that is steeped in Cincinnati's history - Opening Day in baseball. Many residents take days off to attend the first game of the season and pay homage to the sport's local roots.
Those who wish to relive those college game days and engage in some serious tailgating can have their fair share of fun in Cincinnati, which is home to two major athletic colleges - Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati. Tennis also has a strong presence in the city, especially since the Western & Southern Open takes place here. The tournament's roots date back to 1899 and the Cincinnati Open.
Those who would rather experience Cincinnati's vibrant culture can choose from a wide variety of special events that take place in the city every year, including Bockfest (a celebration of Bock beer), Cincinnati Flower Show, Oktoberfest (German heritage celebration) and the jazz festival known as Taste of Cincinnati.
There is also a strong musical presence in this Midwestern city, which is home to several famous artists including The Isley Brothers, Otis Williams and James Brown. Anyone who would rather listen to something a little softer can attend the Cincinnati May Festival Chorus, which is a famous choir that has been in existence since 1880.
Visitors may be surprised by all this prominent urban center that lies in the heart of the Ohio River Valley has to offer.
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