Friday, July 18th
Buckle Up Music Festival @ Sawyer Point- All Weekend Long
For the second time in as many weeks Sawyer Point will be hosting another three-day festival, this time with a country flare. The Buckle Up Music Festival will feature headliners like The Band Perry, Alabama, Willie Nelson, and Alison Krauss and Union Station. But there’s plenty more acts to fill out the fest that starts everyday Friday-Sunday at 2PM and doesn’t end till late in the night/early morning. Acts like the Eli Young Band, Old Crow Medicine Show, Thompson Square, Jamey Johnson, Emmylou Harris, and many many other.
Comedian Jay Mohr @ Taft Theatre at 8:00 PM
Comedian, actor, radio host and best-selling author, Jay Mohr has been performing stand-up comedy since he was sixteen years old. With a career that has spanned over three decades, Jay has become an artist that is very difficult to define. Never wanting to rest on his accomplishments, Jay has always pushed himself to be more than just a comic.
Jason Aldean & Miranda Lambert @ Great American Ballpark at 7:00 PM
Country music superstar Jason Aldean will perform LIVE at Great American Ball Park on Saturday, July 19, 2014 as part of his “Burn It Down” summer concert tour! The concert will also feature performances by Miranda Lambert, Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr.
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra @ Riverbend at 8:00 PM
The historic Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is back at Riverbend to perform their broadway sing-along with hits from Jersey Boys to The Sound of Music. Fans are encouraged to belt out your favorite Broadway hits, both classic and contemporary, in this tribute to great music from the Great White Way. The festivities also feature the winning ensemble from ArtsWave’s “Cincy Sings” contest.
Maxwell @ Horseshoe Casino at 8:00 PM
Grammy award-winning R&B artist Maxwell is coming to the Shoe this weekend. Maxwell recorded some of the most ambitious R&B of his time, becoming wildly popular and often earning critical raves in the process. What was more, his recurring theme of romantic monogamy set him apart from the vast majority of his lover-man contemporaries.
Sunday July, 20th
Counting Crows & Toad The Wet Sprocket @ Horseshoe Casino at 7 PM
Sunday night the Counting Crows are coming to Cincinnati’s downtown casino to perform hits like Accidentally In Love, Mr. Jones, and so much more. The band has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide after exploding onto the music scene with their multiplatinum breakout album August and Everything After in 1993. The band is currently finalizing their seventh studio album scheduled to be released in Fall of 2014.
Monday July 21st
Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band @ Riverbend at 8 PM
One of the most popular shows every year in Cincinnati is without a doubt when Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band hits Riverbend. “This year’s concert will mark 27 consecutive years, 47 incredible performances and Buffett will have performed to more than a million Parrotheads at Riverbend Music Center,” said Executive Director Mike Smith. “Summertime in Cincinnati would not be the same without Jimmy Buffett!”
He’s got a restaurant here, he’s got loads of fans here, and now all those Parrotheads will get to see him in person once again. He comes to Cincy with a new album, Songs From St. Somewhere, but he’s sure to bring a set list that include some of his biggest hits like: Margaritaville, Come Monday, Little Miss Magic, and so many more.
Enjoy his video from 2012 at the Bend.