2017 Cincinnati Concert Tickets

Cincinnati, Ohio Concert Tickets

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Cincinnati, one of the top three largest cities in the State of Ohio, is the county seat of Hamilton County. With a large population of approximately more than 2 million residents, the metropolitan area of the city is known to be in the ranking of the 27th most populated metropolitan areas in the United States. Locals of the city feast on a local favorite, Cincinnati Chili.

During the early days, the city of Cincinnati was considered as the first ever boomtown in the United States of America. The city had grown without as much European influences compared to other cities at that time. At present, Cincinnati is known to be the home of the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cincinnati Reds. The city is also known to hold events such as the Thanksgiving Day Race, the Ohio Jazz Festival and the Flying Pig Marathon, thus making it a great place to visit.

The Great American Ball Park, built in 2003, is a baseball ball park which is known as the home field of the Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds. This ball park was named after the Great American Insurance Group, when it purchased its naming rights. Located in between the US Bank Arena and the former location of the Cinergy Field, the Great American Ball Park was designed and built by two firms, GBBN and Populous. One of the distinct features of the ball park is a sign which reads “rounding third and heading for home” placed on the exterior of the park, on the side of the third base in commemoration for the late Joe Nuxhall.

Located in the neighborhood of Corryville in Cincinnati, Bogart’s is a famous music venue and is near a local bar and the University of Cincinnati. Built in 1905, this venue place was initially a Vaudeville Theater but eventually went out of business after the appearance of the television. During the 1970’s it became a club which can seat an approximate of 250 people and in 1993 it was renovated to accommodate 1,500 seats. Before it was expanded, Bogart’s was known to host a variety of events, such as theme nights. It had also played host to a series of comedians such as Cheech Marin and Billy Crystal. At present, the venue place is being managed by Live Nation and hosts a series of music performances.

Another venue place located in Cincinnati is the Fifth Third Arena, which was established in 1989. Found right on the University of Cincinnati’s campus, this multi-purpose arena can seat an approximate of 13,000 people and is the home court for the men’s and women’s Cincinnati Bearcats basketball teams as well as their women’s volleyball team.

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