CINCINNATI -- This year's Cincinnati Music Festival kicks off Thursday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Yes, Thursday: Organizers have added an extra night of music to this year's festival, which runs through Saturday.
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There are multiple events and parties planned to entertain music fans, both before and after the concerts at PBS. Here are fliers for Cincinnati Music Festival parties we've seen on social media, with links below (scroll down) to more details if available. Check back throughout the week for updates to the list. (Want your party added? Email email@example.com.)
Cincinnati Music Festival
- Throwback Thursday: 7-11 p.m. Thursday. East Club Lounge at Paul Brown Stadium. Concert and fashion show featuring Doug E. Fresh & Talib Kweli. Tickets: $25 general admission and $75 VIP.
- 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Paul Brown Stadium. Tickets $55-$125. www.cincymusicfestival.com
Get More Details At These Links
- Elementz Block Party w/Talib Kweli
- Reverse Happy Hour: P&G Music Festival Edition at Ivy
- P&G Music Fest weekend at PRVLGD
- Jazz Fest Brunch on the Square
- Cincy Soul: The Black Taste of Cincinnati
- Bowl & Brunch By Five at Spare Lounge
- Lando's Old School Happy Hour on Fountain Square
- Cincinnati Music Festival Day Party at Mynt
- Cincinnati Music Festival Day Party Cruise
- Fusion at Spare Lounge: DrinkBowlParty
- Official Music Fest Afterparty Hosted by Morris Chestnut at OTR Live
More Related Events
- Festival 513: 6 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday and Saturday on Freedom Way, between Elm Street and Rosa Park Boulevard. Free admission. festival513.com
- Radio One's Empower Me Expo, sponsored by P&G: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Duke Energy Convention Center. Featuring keynote speaker "Empire"star Tasha Smith, vendors and free workout classes. Free admission.
- Cincy Soul: The Black Taste of Cincinnati: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday. Fifth between between Vine and Walnut streets. Free admission.