Comfort Inn & Suites
4421 Aicholtz Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45245-1527
Phone: (513) 947-0100
Fax: (513) 943-2991
Experience the thrill of a live concert along with 11,000 other crazy fans at the Riverbend Music Center. Sit up, close and personal with your favorite stars, under the closed pavilion or on the lawn seats where you are away from the crowd. Enjoy the enigmatic experience as Rascal Flatts, Toby Keith, Mica Roberts, Kid Rock and many others put up live foot-thumping performances for you. Check out Riverbend Music Center as this is where all the action is!
National City Pavilion is a fantastic venue, with a capacity 5,000 people at any given time. It is situated in the Riverbend Music Center, which is home to numerous cultural events. Check it out, for it has been home to performances of Bob Dylan, Huey Lewis, Weird Al Yankovic and George Thorogood & the Destroyers.
Built in 1920, Withrow High School Stadiums is having one of the most picturesque atmospheres around. Come and enjoy a football game in this historical sports venue.
For a change of scene from the regular downtown nightlife, head north to the Go Bananas comedy club. This fun-filled club opens its door almost every day to some of the best national comedians. Be prepared for a side-splitting trail that will remain constant throughout these acts. In the past, noted artists like Bill Burr, Tony Woods and Troy Baxley have repeatedly performed here. So if you have missed an act of your favorite artists, chances are, he or she will be back soon. It is a perfect place to unwind with your friends; and for a comedy club, the bartenders at Go Bananas mix and serve pretty mean martinis and cocktails. Don't fret if it's not up to your liking. You can always walk to the next door McLevy's Pub, where most of the comedians hangout after their show. Call in advance or go online for your tickets as these tend to sell out quickly.
Located on the campus of Xavier University, the multi-use Cintas Center includes an arena, conference center, banquet center, and student dining center. Seating over 10,000, the arena is home to Xavier's volleyball and basketball teams, and hosts other sporting events, concerts, theater performances, and graduations. The conference and banquet centers are used for a range of events including meetings, trade shows, seminars, receptions, dances, and other special events.
Just when the dust settled after the closure of Southgate House's on 3rd Street, the brains behind this magnificent venture revived the glorious concert venue in an old dilapidated church on 6th Street. Considered to be one of the best places to listen to live music in the country, this live music venue/ bar continues the tradition of bringing the best talents in music for the music lovers of Newport. Having hosted magnificent and award-winning bands like The Black Keys, White Stripes and Guided by Voices, as well as bluegrass stalwarts like Jimmy Martin and Ralph Stanley, one can expect many such performances in the future. Grab the drinks specials from the bar and groove to outstanding live music given out by the artists and bands at The Southgate House Revival.
Honky tonk fans rejoice as Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky hosts live music and dancing as well as a supposed portal to Hell out back. There have been reports of paranormal activity on the site since the decapitated body of Pearl Bryan was found nearby in 1896 and numerous satanic rituals until the 1960s. In 1978, music star Bobby Mackey opened it up as a country music venue. Today, Mackey performs his hit song "Johanna" here regularly.
Primarily a dockyard of sorts for riverboats, the Serpentine Wall, a series of steps by the riverside, is a venue that hosts several events, concerts and shows. Whether it is a display of fireworks, or the popular Riverfest, or simply a celebration of sorts, you can get to the serpentine wall, set off on a cruise or enjoy exciting shows that take place on one of the riverboats docked here. The venue is quite appealing even when visited on dull, summer days. Call ahead for further details.
Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park is a professional theater that has been producing plays for diverse audiences for the last 45 years. The theater is well acclaimed and has been awarded the Tony in 2004 and 2007. The acts include classics, contemporary, musicals, dramas, comedies and hits. Many actors that have performed here have gone on to become film and television stars. The young are always invited to the performances here. The theater also offers acting classes, internships, summer camps and student programs.
P&G Pavilion is one of the best venues that plays host to numerous concerts and events. More over what drives people to this venue is that the events here are mostly free. Almost every weekend there is either a cultural event or a concert held here. Famous bands like Duran Duran, Barenaked ladies, The village people and more have enthralled the crowd with amazing performances. Check the website or call ahead for further information.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
Currently a historic Showboat, the Majestic Riverboat is popular for theater and art displays. Whether on a lookout for comedies or musicals or dramas, the oldest riverboat is a center-piece of performing and visual art. The preserved showboat is buzzing with activities, not just as a tourist attraction but as a center of art and cultural events. Call for more details, or check the website.