Top 9 things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Dec. 3-6

December 3, 2015 - Picnic Time

‘Tis a Season for Holiday Events

From a U.S. Bank Ice Rink to light and sight displays, there are all kinds of events function to get we in a holiday spirit. Download a Holiday Events Guide for some-more than dual dozen ideas! (And vocalization of holiday fun, here’s how to pick adult giveaway tickets to a renouned annual Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival.)

Hey, Miss Thang

I have desired RB thespian Monica given she was a 14-going-on-30 lady removing me all in my teenage feelings with “Before You Walk Out of My Life.” She’s all grown adult now, still singing a same smart, voluptuous song we love. She will perform during Bogart’s on Friday along with Rico Love.

7 p.m. Friday. Bogart’s, 2621 Vine St., Corryville. $25.

Reds Fans, This Is for You

Redsfest is like Christmas for Reds fans. You get to brew and association with some-more than 80 stream and former players, teenager leaguers and broadcasters during a Duke Energy Convention Center. There will be designation and print sessions with players such as Joey Votto, Todd Frazier, Billy Hamilton and Devin Mesoraco, interviews and diversion shows, and a fun section only for kids. 

3-10:30 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Saturday. Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown. $17 one-day pass, $25 two-day pass. 

Shop, Dance, Drink and Make Merry

The Covington Night Bazaar sounds like a good possibility to collect adult some holiday presents though also have a good time — even if we hatred to shop. A hulk tent set adult during Roebling Point will be filled with all kinds of craftspeople and internal artists. There also will be live music, seasonally themed qualification cocktails, internal brews and food (including some giveaway bites).

6-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday. Roebling Point, 302 Court St., Covington. Free admission. For some-more details, visit a event’s Facebook page.

Celebrate Repeal Day

I adore any possibility to have cocktails so I’m all in for honoring Repeal Day, that celebrates a anniversary of a dissolution of Prohibition on Dec. 5, 1933. On Saturday, Japp’s is charity live music, food from Picnic and Pantry, a Repeal Day photobooth, Hendrick’s Gin martinis and classical cocktail specials. Dress in costumes of a era. Then on Sunday, Metropole is teaming adult with Watershed Distillery to horde a Repeal Day celebration, Sunday Sipper. Expect Roaring ’20s music, a money bar with speakeasy cocktails featuring Watershed Distillery spirits, and mime dancing by Ginger LeSnapps. Costumes are speedy there, too. 

Energy Nightclub Makes Debut

Pulse Nightclub sealed a doors recently though a new nightclub, Energy, is set to open in a space on Saturday. DJ Sab of KISS 107 took over Pulse a year ago though never felt a bar was “100 percent my vision.” So he has remodeled and rebranded a space, sketch impulse from clubs in Las Vegas. There’s new lighting, seating and decor, as good as a new sound system, and a space is now divided into dual rooms, a loll area featuring qualification drink and a categorical dance floor. Get prepared to party.

Opens 10 p.m. Saturday. Longworth Hall, 700 W. Pete Rose Way, Downtown. Ages 21 and adult $5; women ages 18-20, $10; group ages 18-20, $15. For some-more details, revisit a event’s Facebook page.

It’s Tradition for a Reason

The hugely renouned Trans-Siberian Orchestra earnings for a annual stone uncover concerts during U.S. Bank Arena. “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” follows a story of a immature exile who breaks into an deserted museum seeking preserve from a cold, and a resounding visions she practice from that unison hall’s past. 

4 and 8 p.m. Friday. U.S. Bank Arena, 100 Broadway St., Downtown. $35.50-$73.

All My Favorite Things

The Vintage Holiday Bazaar Fashion Show during Northside Yacht Club mixes a engorgement of things we like: champagne, cocktails, champagne, candy AND shopping. There also will be pitch dance lessons by Cincinnati Lindy Exchange, a pinup seminar hosted by Sailor Retro, a selected conform uncover and a retro photobooth.

Noon-6 p.m. Saturday. Northside Yacht Club, 4227 Spring Grove Ave., Northside. $10 admission.  For some-more details, visit a event’s Facebook page.

Drink Up. And Often.

Braxton Brewing is hosting a bottle recover and retard celebration on Dec. 5 — Repeal Day — to applaud a recover of Dark Charge, a initial drink in Braxton’s “Heritage Series.” (Dark Charge is a large Imperial Stout that showcases Kentucky bourbon.) Food trucks Chili Hut, Cuban Pete Sandwiches and Empanadas Aqui will be portion during a party, and there also will be live song all day. Expect to hear from bands such as Motherfolk, Current Events Band, a Tammy WhyNots, Pete Dressman The Sun and Tracy Walker.

Starts during noon Saturday. 27 W. 7th St., Covington. Free admission. For some-more details, read drink contributor Jesse Folk’s preview and visit a event’s Facebook page.   


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