2018 Labor Day Weekend Activities
Looking for something to do this Labor Day Weekend? We’ve got you covered.
Here are the top 5 events to attend this holiday!
Join the FC excitement as the team takes on the Pittsburgh Riverhounds!
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Join us from 12 to 4 pm for a classic car show, featuring different makes and models from over the years! The event is FREE for guests to view the cars – regular admission rates apply for Sunlite Water Adventure and rides. Registration for the event is $20 and includes 2 ride wristbands.
Celebrate great craft beer from down the street & around the country at Great American Ball Park! Register to enjoy 25 sample tickets, a 5oz. souvenir beer mug, and a free view level game ticket for September 6. Designated Driver registrations are also available. These tickets include $15 worth of food & non-alcoholic beverages at the stands, and a free view level game ticket for September 6.
It’s time to get your ducks in a row! Duck Season is now open for the Freestore Foodbank’s 24th Annual Rubber Duck Regatta. The event, presented by Dawn, takes place on Sunday, September 2. That afternoon, as many as 200,000 ducks will swim in the Ohio River near the Serpentine Wall.
Each duck costs $5. They will be dropped from the Purple People Bridge. All the money raised goes directly to feeding hungry children and families in the Tri-State.
The free, family-friendly festival begins at noon on Sunday of Labor Day weekend at Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s Cove. The event includes live music, family fun zones, vendor booths, and a Live Broadcast from the Serpentine Wall with WEBN and the KiddChris Show starting at noon.
Starting around 9:05 PM, this long-standing Cincinnati tradition is one of the Midwest’s largest fireworks displays. On both sides of the river, nearly a half-million people view the choreographed Rozzi’s Fireworks show while listening to the soundtrack on WEBN (102.7 FM) starting just after 9pm and lasting for about 30 minutes.
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