Not sure what to do this month in Columbus? Check out the below event going on around town!
Columbus Greek Festival, Sept. 2-5, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
From souvlaki and baklava to traditional singing and dancing, this festival brings the best of Greek culture to Columbus. Don’t miss the free cathedral tours.
Fashion Meets Music Festival, Sept. 3-4, Arena District
Join us as this year’s lineup will include a collaboration of Music and Fashion that will not only attract and bring together the local Columbus community but will position Columbus as a Labor Day weekend destination.
Country Living Fair, Sept. 16-18, Ohio History Center’s Ohio Village
Buyers and sellers come from three states away for this marketplace of modern handcrafted treasures and stylish vintage pieces. Get tips on home decor and gardening from HGTV stars.
Independents’ Day, Sept. 17-18, Franklinton
The Independents’ Day festival has a mission “to celebrate and develop independent culture, commerce and creativity.” This is showcased perfectly in their two-day event filled with local live music, art, food and business.
Columbus Oktoberfest Sept. 23-25, Ohio Expo Center
Put on your dirndls and leiderhosen, pump up the polka and raise your beer stein. Columbus’ German heritage is on display at this fun annual celebration, which fills two giant beer gardens and a lot more. The city’s best German food purveyors also bring their A-game. www.columbusoktoberfest.com
The New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day Sept. 25, New Albany
A unique day-long event featuring a myriad of family-focused activities including a USEF/FEI-sanctioned equestrian event with Olympic-caliber athletes, a concert featuring top pop touring acts from around the world and a large-scale carnival atmosphere. www.thenewalbanyclassic.com