Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Geetha Minton of Columbia Tusculum with Lilly and Jill McCormick of Anderson.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Nory and Todd Blessing of Columbia Tusculum.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Nick Motz show his frustration after missing the target at the Dunking Booth.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Shelley Borrne with her dog Lilly and John Lewin with Missy.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Eli's BBQ pulled pork sandwich topped with cole slaw.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Emily MacIeiski and Tara Sander both from Oakley.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Aaron Burkhardt and Claire Davison both from Columbia Tusculum.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Lead singer for The Menus Timmy Goldrainer.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Sarah DeNoma of Columbia Tusculum and Jenna Kuhl of Bridgetown.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Will Roberts, Compton Rodrigue, Haley Hanes and David Carter.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. On a very hot summer day nothing better to cool you off then a Shaved Kona Ice with different toppings.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. The view of Eastern Ave. from the band stage.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Matt Jones of Anderson and Shelby Smith of Oakely.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities.The Menusw perform.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Walk around magic from street magician Chris Yantek of Cincinnati Circus.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Chris Heier at the Dunking Booth throws his fast ball at the target and tries to dunk his daughterPhoto by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Another great food vendor is the Caveman Crepes with Blake Ruff holding the Strawberry Fields Crepe. The crepe has fresh straberries covered with powdered sugar and chocolate drizzle.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Grayson Crea rides on the shoulders of his father Joe Crea.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Delaney Ward portrays Belle from Beauty and the Beast and from the movie Cinderella is Elizabeth Dierks.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Passing out cold drinks from the Columbia Baptist Church are Brandon Cooper, Jacklyn Cornell Cooper, Jacob Yager, Jody Blair, Reverend Jim Menninger, John Tilford and Gary Finn.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. From Allyn's their famous Jambalaya with cheddar jalapeno cornbread.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Bob Masters of Anderson and Kevin Murphy of Mason.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Lead singer for The Menus Timmy Goldrainer.Photo by: Joe Simon
Tusculum Street Fest 2017
Tusculum Street Fest, a celebration of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, returned for its second year on June 17, 2017, featuring live music, local food, craft beer and kid’s activities. Lindsey Spatafora of Columbia Tusculum holds a bearded dragon on her chest.Photo by: Joe Simon