Festivals in Montgomery


Select Local Merchants

  • Cincinnati International Wine
    The Cincinnati Film Festival showcases moving pictures from all over the globe from October 8 to October 16. Your all-day pass (a $20 value) gets you access to a full day of screenings and workshops. Start your cineday with the Shorts Block 9, a collection of short films playing at the Esquire Theater, and then hop over to Main St. Cinema to catch "Runaways: Producing In Ohio," as a panel of local industry insiders discuss the past, present, and future of Ohio film production. Locavores can cheer on hometown heroes at the Esquire during 48 Hour Film Project: Take 2, a mash-up of mini-movies produced by Cincinnati filmmakers, before indulging in behind-the-scenes voyeurism with a screening of Saturday Night, a 90-minute Saturday Night Live documentary directed by actor James Franco. The weeklong film fest's Awards Gala will be held on Friday, October 15 at Memorial Hall, where a special award will be presented to musician/TV personality/producer Nick Lachey for his contributions to the local production community. A ticket to the gala (a $25 value) gives formal-loving filmophiles an excuse to break out tuxes and ball gowns, as this gala is black-tie optional with a required tweed-based business-dress minimum. Check the program guide for a complete list of screenings. Organizers recommend you arrive at all events 30 minutes ahead of time to procure the best seats in the house, away from the permanent front-row installations of 10-gallon hats and actual honey-filled beehives.
    Read More
    20 W 9th St
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • The Rum Lab
    In the days before Paul Revere made his midnight ride, colonial North Americans favored one spirit above all others: rum. But while the delicious nectar?fermented and distilled from sugarcane and molasses?remains a top-shelf staple for daiquiris and mojitos, it seems to have gone down in status as America's signature liquor. Fortunately, the devoted enthusiasts of The Rum Lab have created the MidWest Rum Fest, a traveling expo that aims to give the dark, golden beverage back its crown without us falling back under the rule of King George III. As live tropical music floats through the air, guests become rum aficionados by tasting new cocktails, attending seminars from rum creators, and watching bartenders clash in a mixology demonstration.
    Read More
    Po Box 324
    Terrace Park, OH US
  • Outback Concerts
    Disney's Daytime Emmy Award?winning Imagination Movers will perform their In a Big Warehouse concert in the grand interior of the Lisner Auditorium, playing their most popular songs and bringing the magic of their eponymous TV series to life. The popular New Orleans?based rock band bridges all generation gaps with fun and educational songs chock-full of memorable melodies and bounding rhythms that adults love as much as kids, fueling long van drives and kindergarten karaoke. With an extravagant set and ecstatic energy, the Imagination Movers give a performance that gets audiences dancing, clapping, and singing along, with guest appearances from Playhouse Disney favorites Choo Choo Soul, Nina, and Warehouse Mouse.
    Read More
    317 E 5th St.
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Live Nation National
    Fresh off claiming the 2009?2010 Kelly Cup, the Cincinnati Cyclones are poised to skate circles and other well-defined geometric patterns around the rest of the ECHL in the 2010?2011 season. Storm the stadium for the team's home opener to see the 2010 championship banner raised to the rafters using nothing more than the elevating power of applause. Then cheer on the Cyclones as they affix their game faces and pummel Eastern Conference rivals the Wheeling Nailers with a hailstorm of cross-checks and constructive criticism. To keep fans from confusing their hunger for victory with their hunger for tubular meat, John Morrell hot dogs will run $1 apiece during the opening-night contest.
    Read More
    100 Broadway St.
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Cincinnati Comic Expo
    Comics fans in smaller towns know the frustration of having to travel hundreds of miles to find a great convention. Andrew Satterfield was tired of that feeling, and decided to start his own convention in his hometown of Cincinnati?not only celebrating the Tri-State area comic scene, but all periods of and genres of international pop culture. The first convention in 2010 was small, but notable, drawing a respectable 1,800 fans to its one-day event. Over the years, Andrew and his team have made the convention a destination event, adding more days, moving to a larger venue, attracting thousands of fans, and drawing ever bigger names?to the tune of internationally-recognized figures such as comic-artist Stan Goldberg, Firefly's Jewel Staite, Jim Steranko, and George Perez. Now a three-day affair that takes place in the Duke Energy Convention Center, the Cincinnati Comic Expo lets fans of every franchise browse thousands of comics, movie posters, and collectibles; hear their favorite celebrities speak; and test out mutant powers without fear of governmental repercussions.
    Read More
    525 Elm St
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Reel Big Fish & Less Than Jake
    More than half a century ago, three partners raised a vibrant, multicolored tent on an underdeveloped industrial site and established the Westbury Music Fair. It followed its first production, The King and I, with a decade of top-name talent and Broadway musicals. Then, recognizing its place on the theater scene was permanent, it planted its roots as a fully enclosed theater-in-the-round. Expanding its repertoire to match its new digs, the theater showcased performers such as The Who, Bruce Springsteen, and Julie Andrews. Today, past a lounge blazing in purple and red lights, guests find that same circular stage hosting equally great musical acts, musical theater, and competitive musical chairs.
    Read More
    2621 Vine St.
    Cincinnati, OH US

Groupon Guide