July In Cincinnati

The month of July boasts lots of things to do. The problem is figuring out how to work them all into your schedule! Here are a few of the top events from your favorite car dealer Cincinnati.

The rock legends of the band Foreigner are ready to kick off the Red, White and Blue Ash with a free concert. These legends have sold almost 80 million albums nationwide with hit tunes including “Feels like the first time”, “Head Games” and “Cold As Ice”. This annual 4th of July event in the Blue Ash Summit Park is expected to attract around 120,000 people. This event starts at 8:15pm and continues until 11:15 pm. With great entertainment and a brilliant firework show put on by Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks, it’s sure to be an Independence Day celebration the family won’t soon forget.

Inner-city Cincinnati is triathlon central! The Cincy Triathlon begins with a swim downstream into the Ohio River ending at the waterfront of beautiful downtown Cincinnati. This leads to a bike course that runs along Columbia Parkway. A run finishes this Triathlon that winds along the shaded banks of the Ohio River through Friendship Park, over the Purple People Bridge into Kentucky before returning to the finish line at Sawyer Point. The race is July 21 and starts at 7:30am. For more information or to register, visit their website at http://cincytriathlon.com/index.htm.

And an amazing line-up has been put together for this year’s Macy’s Music Festival. This year is guaranteed show-stopping performances from top artists such as, Tyrese, Ginuwine, Tank, Leela James and Cincinnati’s own Bootsy Collins. Originally called the Ohio Valley Jazz Festival when it was first held in 1962, the Macy’s Music Festival has progressed into a remarkable two-day event on Cincinnati’s scenic riverfront. It has grown into a festival featuring great music from the hottest stars in R&B, Jazz, Soul and Hip-hop as well as new and upcoming artists. This spectacular event will be held on July 26th and 27th at 7:30pm. Tickets start from $45.

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