If you are looking for great entertainment this holiday season there are many options in the Cincinnati area for all ages. As this article is for multi- years DO check the web pages for exact dates times and performance information.

 THE  CINCINNATI POPS CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Every year the Cincinnati Pops has a great family concert in mid -December at the Cincinnati Music Hall. This concert is performed usually on a Fri- Sat evenings and 1 Sunday afternoon. There are a variety of performers with singers and dancers and is a great family event. Check out dates, times and ticket prices at: www.cincinnatisymphony.org

 

THE NUTCRACKER BALLET with the CINCINNATI BALLET: This famous ballet is another great family event and is at the current writing being given at the Aronoff Center in downtown Cincinnati. This is a wonderful attraction for the entire family and easy to attend with children as it is only about 2 hours including 1 intermission. This is usually given in mid to late ( around Christmas) December. For exact days, times and ticket prices: Cincinnati Ballet Facebook.com or ticketmaster.com

 

LA COMEDIA DINNER THEATRE: Every year they have a popular Christmas show, be it a holiday play or musical and of course there is dinner involved. This is sold out on many weekends and so you do need to act on getting reservations ahead. This is another fun family event for old and young and one that requires little planning once you get tickets. The Christmas show runs the entire month of Nov. through New Year's Eve. For information on performances, ticket prices, and reservations: www.lacomedia.com

 

 LOCAL HOLIDAY EVENTS:

There are many local Cincinnati music performances around the city.  Here is an example of one. It is currently the longest running County Community Concert in SW Ohio and is based on the European festival concept.

CHRISTMAS IN WARREN COUNTY: A COMMUNITY CONCERT: This concert has been held in Warren County since 2005 and features many local performers, choirs, bands, local groups. This has been held in several locations around Warren County over the years  and is currently being held in the Mason area. It is usually the second Sunday AFTER Thanksgiving. The concert is free and open to the public and is another great family event in the Cincinnati area. For current information about CWCC: christmasinwarrencounty.blogspot.com

 

OTHER CHRISTMAS- FAMILY EVENTS: Check out CINCINNATI.COM, the Enquirer webpage and ZVENTS.COM  at the Dayton Daily News.