CINCINNATI - Tri-State tourism officials are expecting more people to visit Cincinnati in July than in any other month within the last decade.
Including the World Choir Games, Reds games, this weekend’s NASCAR festivities and a variety of other musical events, the Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network is expecting about 830,000 people to participate in the Cincinnati-based festivities.
"July is shaping up to be one of the most spectacular months in recent memory," said Dan Lincoln, president and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau. "The World Choir Games have been years in the making and, coupled with the plethora of other historic events, will have a huge impact on our region's economy."
Here is a list of the main events in Cincinnati during the next month:
June 28-30: NASCAR series races, Kentucky Speedway (estimated attendance: 321,000)
July 1: Brothers of the Sun Tour, Paul Brown Stadium (estimated attendance: 60,000)
July 4-14: World Choir Games, various Tri-State venues (estimated participants: 20,000)
July 13-15: Bunbury Music Festival, Sawyer Point (estimated attendance: 40,000)
July 13-22: Cincinnati Reds home games, Great American Ball Park (estimated attendance 328,464)
July 27-28: 50th anniversary of the Macy’s Music Festival, Paul Brown Stadium (estimated attendance: 100,000)
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