Grab a cup of joe and head to Music Hall for the fifth annual Coffee Festival, returning to Cincinnati Oct. 22 and 23.
According to the event website, the festival, which will occur on Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m., is the midwest’s largest coffee festival, featuring roasters, coffee shops and baristas.
The weekend’s events will include free tastings of teas, chocolates, pastries, and of course, lots of coffee. Local institutions like La Terza, Deeper Roots and Seven Hills Coffee Roasters will serving up coffee at the festival. Guests will also get to vote on their favorite brew of the event.
In addition to the coffee-themed festivities, there will also be live music, latte art demonstrations and equipment displays.
Guests can purchase tickets in advance or at the door, and have the option to purchase a weekend pass or single-day passes. One-day entry is $16.50 in advance and $22.50 at the door. A weekend pass in advance is $32.25, and a weekend pass at the door is $37.25.
For more information about the event and to purchase tickets, visit cincinnaticoffeefestival.com. The festival will be held at Music Hall, located at 1241 Elm Street in Over-the-Rhine.