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Cincinnati Music Festival returns with big names, showcasing local talent

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The Cincinnati Music Festival is back! After a two-year hiatus, the festival has already sold almost 90,000 tickets. This weekend, the Queen City will once again host some of the best artists in the world, while also showcasing some of the local talent we have here. The party starts Thursday night at the Andrew Brady Music Center. The Cincinnati Music Festival started in 1962 and is one of the largest music festivals in the country. “This festival means so much to our residents, so much to our local economy and to our tourism, Mayor Aftab Pureval said at the launch conference. Midwest. The festival boosts the local economy and attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. CMF organizers said the festival brings in more than $1 million to the region. the city every year and so with the lack for two years, think of all the revenue we’ve missed. The festival is our city’s biggest revenue generator,” said organizer Jan Michelle Kearney. “It brings in money for restaurants, hotels, neighborhood businesses.” The 2022 lineup begins with BJ the Chicago Kid, Arin Ray and Ari Lennox. Former American Idol winner Fantasia was scheduled to perform on Friday but had to pull out of the festival unexpectedly. This year the festival has added free activities around Cincinnati. “This is the first year that it seems like everyone is working together to make this happen,” Lincoln Ware said. For tickets and details, visit the website.

The Cincinnati Music Festival is back!

After a two-year hiatus, the festival has already sold almost 90,000 tickets.

This weekend, the Queen City will once again host some of the best artists in the world, while also showcasing some of the local talent we have here.

The party starts Thursday night at the Andrew Brady Music Center.

The Cincinnati Music Festival started in 1962 and is one of the largest music festivals in the country.

“This festival means so much to our residents, so much to our local economy and to our tourism, Mayor Aftab Pureval said at the launch conference.

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It’s also one of the most anticipated urban music festivals in the Midwest.

The festival boosts the local economy and attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year.

FMC organizers said the festival brought more than $1 million to the region.

“The result is that the festival brings an extra $107 million to the city every year and so in missing it for two years, think of all the revenue we’ve missed. The festival is the biggest revenue earner for our town,” said organizer Jan Michelle Kearney. “It brings money to restaurants, hotels, businesses in the neighborhood.

The 2022 lineup begins with BJ the Chicago Kid, Arin Ray and Ari Lennox.

Former American Idol winner Fantasia was scheduled to perform on Friday but had to pull out of the festival unexpectedly.

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This year the festival has added free activities around Cincinnati.

“This is the first year that it seems like everyone is working together to make this happen,” Lincoln Ware said.

For tickets and details, visit the website.