Where to B is in the know when it comes to getting out and making memories right here in the city every single weekend. Check out the list below so you know Where to B this weekend for the best markets, events, breweries and more. Please note events may change or cancel.
Where to ‘B’ in Cincinnati: Oct. 6th-8th
FRIDAY: October 6th
Beautiful fall festival in Falmouth Kentucky, held each year on the first Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
Essex Art Studio Fall Art Walk
Come explore Cincinnati’s most diverse collection of talent under one roof! Check out to our fall art walk and first open studios event of the year.
Watch “Get Out” at Covington Plaza at 7pm.
The Drive-in Laser Light Concert at Coney Island
Friday and Saturday Double Show Special at the Drive-In Laser Light Show. Prepare for an unforgettable experience packed with 360 degree thrilling laser projections, concert-quality sound, top music hits, vendors, and mouthwatering delights from our fabulous food trucks.
Kentucky’s Boone Way Yard Sale
Its a 200 mile long yard sale from Richwood in Northern KY!
The Road Trip Market at Boone County Fairgrounds
A carefully curated, open-air, boutique market situated in the heart of beautiful Boone County, KY today and tomorrow.
SATURDAY: October 7th
The Monarch Festival at the Cincinnati Zoo
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Monarch Festival will celebrate these most beautiful and beloved pollinators. A fun and educational event for the entire family.
Rocktoberfest at McNicholas High School
Join us for an adult-only event on Saturday, October 7 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.! Enjoy a variety of local craft beers from Cincinnati’s favorite breweries along with food, entertainment, and more!
Walnut Hills Market – Oktoberfest
A fun, FREE and family-friendly market featuring over 30 local vintage and handmade vendors! Great food and beer by Woodburn Brewing Co.!
SUNDAY: October 8th
Shriners Hospital Cornhole Tournament
Food, drinks, music and family fun for a good cause. Starts at 1 at Moose Lodge 1469, 5247 Taylor Mill KY 41015. Register by phone: 859-250-5243
First Flowers featuring Dinosaurs
Step back in time, millions of years at Krohn Conservatory’s summer show through Oct. 22