Monday, April 29, 2013

A festive time in Cincinnati on a Rental Bus

Situated on the Ohio River, Cincinnati is picturesque and inviting, offering rental bus visitors an abundance of things to see and do. Rental bus visitors can get a closer look at nature by visiting the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Bonnybrook Farms, Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve and Lake Isabella. Rental bus visitors can also enjoy museums, historic buildings, amusement parks and sporting events. For those who don't mind crowds, Cincinnati has an abundance of festivals. From artistic to cultural to unique, there is a festival to suit just about every taste, and you can see it all with the services of a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rentals Cincinnati.
Between July and September, Cincinnati has a choice of four music festivals for Cincinnati rental bus visitors to attend. Macy's Music Festival, formerly the Ohio Valley Jazz Festival, has been going strong since 1962. Held annually in July on the riverfront, the two-day event has evolved from a jazz-only festival to include hip-hop, soul and R&B. The two-day Cincy Blues Fest is held in August and includes over 40 local and national performers on four stages. Music and dance take center state at the Cincinnati Salsa Festival which marks its fourth anniversary in 2011. Held annually in August, the event also includes food and merchandise vendors, games and rides for kids and salsa classes and workshops. Cincinnati MidPoint Music Festival is held in September and includes 250 national and international acts performing on 20 stages.
Starting small in 1974 as a simple Greek dinner, the Panegyri Greek Festival is now a popular event which draws thousands of rental bus visitors each June. The festival includes authentic Greek food, crafts, jewelry, paintings and folk dancing. Between August and October three Oktoberfest festivals are held in the city; Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, Germania Society of Cincinnati Oktoberfest and Donauschwaben Oktoberfest. Rental bus visitors can can enjoy German food, beer, music and dancing. Oktoberfest Zinzinnati is the largest festival of its kind in the U.S., attracting more than 500,000 people.
Held September to October, the Ohio Renaissance Festival recreates 16th-century England. Rental bus visitors will see performers in costume performing up to 100 shows a day. Full-armored jousts, strolling musicians, storytellers, singers and dancers are on hand to entertain while merchants and craftsmen sell their hand-made items. Festival goers can enjoy roasted turkey legs, stew, steak-on-a-stake, beer and wine and then burn off the calories by rescuing a damsel-in-distress in the castle tower.
Held each August since 1989, the three-day Midwest Black Family Reunion draws more than 100,000 people. The event combines consumers with government agencies and corporations while focusing on black family values and historic strengths. Books by the Banks is a one-day festival held in November and includes about 80 regional and national authors, book signings, panel discussions, storybook characters in costume and children's author readings. From November to January, the PNC Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo delights rental bus visitors with Santa, his reindeer, stories told by Mrs. Claus and more than two million LED holiday lights. Held each June, Paddlefest includes more than 2,000 canoe and kayak paddlers racing on the Ohio River. Rental bus visitors can also enjoy music, food, kayak paddling lessons, a swap and flea market and cardboard boat races.
Cincinnati has something for everyone on a rental bus visit during festival time. Time your rental bus visit to Cincinnati with a call to Bus Rentals Cincinnati and let them organize all your rental bus transport needs.