The Taste of Cincinnati is a long-standing tradition for Cincinnati, Ohio. This year celebrates its 40th anniversary as the nation’s longest-running free culinary festival. It began as a one-day event in Piatt Park (aka Garfield Park) in 1979. Since then, it has expanded into a three-day event held along Fifth Street in downtown Cincinnati.
What To Expect
Attend this event with an appetite. Enjoy 100s of different food tastes at the festival. In addition, you can enjoy 45 live music performances located on five stages along Fifth Street.
Along with all of the food booths, you can also enjoy samplings from local food trucks at the Rhinegeist Food Truck Alley.
What’s New This Year
The Taste of Cincinnati is presenting a Music Bash on Sunday, May 27, 2018. The B-52’s, Rick Springfield and Loverboy will be on stage starting at 5pm. There is a charge for tickets – starting at $29.99.