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When it comes to traveling, the best part is being able to be on time for any festivals held at the destination. Festivals are fun, exciting and an experience to remember. Having said that, charter bus visitors should not miss the opportunity to attend some of these amazing festivals held in Cincinnati.
If you have never experienced a Latino festival, then you should check the Cincy Cinco Latin Festival where you can sample authentic Latino art, music, food, costumes, dancing and more. A festival for rental bus visitors and their families to enjoy themselves, and learn about the culture of the Hispanic.
Launched since 2002 and held annually every September, the MPMF is an independant music festival and industry conference. This festival lasts for three whole days at downtown Cincinnati and the historic entertainment district of Over-the-Rhine.
At this festival, mini bus visitors can expect artists playing a variety of music from alternative rock to bluegrass, indie rock and soul.
Known as Cincinnati’s biggest festival, the Riverfest is held annually on the banks of Ohio during the weekend of Labor Day. This is the end of summer festival that is organized in conjunction with one of the largest fireworks display in the Midwest. This fireworks display is known as the Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Fireworks and it is choreographed to the music played by WEBN radio station. The fireworks lasts for a good 30 minutes, giving a good tribute to the WEBN radio’s anniversary.
The Riverfest also features an all-day carnival with music, food and entertainment. The most interesting entertainment that is usually seen at this festival is the Rubber Duck Regatta, a race between rubber ducks that coach bus visitors will find both amusing and exciting.
As the longest running culinary arts festival in America, Taste of Cincinnati is a festival not to be missed. Held annually on Memorial Day weekend at downtown Cincinnati, this event features more than 40 fine restaurants, and four stages are erected for musical performances featuring country, pop, jazz and rock music.
Every year, many restaurants sign themselves up for this festival to win one of the most prestigious award - Best of Taste award, where they submit their dishes into several categories such as Appetizers, Soups and Salads, Seafood, Entree, Vegetarian Entree, Desserts and the best award of all, the Best Damned Dish.
To avoid all the traffic jams and hassle during the time of festival, you really should rent a charter bus. Do try calling Bus Charters Cincinnati for a quote or reservation at 1-888-570-9983 or 513-212-6806.