Culture & Arts
Encompassing the Hulbert Taft Jr. Center for the Performing Arts and J. Ralph Corbett Pavilion, Riverbend Music Center offers world-class performances by internationally famous groups and musicians.
This orchestra offers sophisticated entertainment for all ages. Enjoy the music at Cincinnati Pops at Music Hall, Riverbend Music Center, MAC concerts, New Year’s Eve or one of many free concerts held during the year.
A part of the Riverbend Music Center, the recently built National City Pavilion is a state-of-the-art major music and event venue.
For the current concert schedule and more performances, see the refer to the website link above.
A symbol of enduring freedom and its cornerstones (Cooperation, Courage and Perseverance), this center offers interactive educational programs to promote an understanding of slavery and the resistance movements, including movies and donation details. Situated in Cincinnati, the center highlights the struggles of slavery, from a historic standpoint as well as in our modern day. Cincinnati was a major hub on the Underground Railroad in the 1800s and served as an important refuge for thousands fleeing slavery. Through the ongoing work of the Freedom Center, modern slavery is exposed.
Tuesday through Sunday, 11:00 AM-5:00 PM
Closed on Mondays
For more information phone 513 333 7500