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Mark’s Out & About for 7/25-7/28
Mark’s Out & About for 7/25-7/28

Mark’s “Out There” Pick of the Week

Zoombezi Bay will show “The Goonies” as part of their Dive-In movie series Friday night at 9pm.  Admission is $25-$33.  Visit www.ZoombeziBay.com for further information.

Concerts

  • Martina McBride is at the Ohio State Fair at 7pm Friday.  Tickets are $32 and include admission into the Fair.  Visit www.OhioStateFair.com for more information.
  • The Under the Sun Tour featuring Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth, Gin Blossoms, Vertical Horizon and Fastball is at the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion at 6pm Friday.  Tickets are $21-$38.  Visit www.PromoWestLive.com for more information.
  • The Columbus Symphony’s Nationwide “Picnic With the Pops” concert series concludes their season at the Columbus Commons Friday & Saturday evening with special guest, The OSU Marching Band.  Gates open at 6pm and the show starts at 8pm. Tickets start at $25.  Visit www.PicnicwiththePops.com for complete concert schedule.
  • The Fixx & Wang Chung are at the Hollywood Casino Saturday at 9pm.  This is a free concert!  Visit www.HollywoodColumbus.com for further details.
  • Styx & REO Speedwagon is at the Ohio State Fair at 7:30pm Sunday.  Tickets are $32 and include admission into the Fair.  Visit www.OhioStateFair.com for more information.

Theater/Arts

  • The CAPA Summer Movie Series continues this weekend at the Ohio Theatre with the feature “Son of Dracula/The Black Cat” & “The Sting”.  Tickets are just $4.  For a complete listing of films, please visit www.CAPA.com.
  • CATCO presents the spoof “Forbidden Broadway Greatest Hits: Volume One” at the Studio Three Theatre in the Riffe Center Thursday-Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm.  Tickets are $35.  Visit www.CATCOisTheatre.org for more details.  This presentation shall run through July 28th.
  • Worthington Community Theatre presents “Godspell” at the McConnell Arts Center at 7:30pm Friday & Saturday, 2pm Sunday.  Tickets are $12-$15. Visit www.McConnellArts.org for further information.  This production will run through August 4th.
  • The Actors’ Theatre presents “Twelfth Night” in Schiller Park at 8pm Friday-Sunday.  These performances are free, but weather permitting.  Visit www.TheActorsTheare.org for more information.  This presentation shall run through Sunday, July 28th.

Festivals & Expos

  • The Lancaster Festival celebrates its 29th season of world-class music and arts all throughout the city.  Many events are free, but some do require an admission.  The festival continues through Sunday.  Visit www.LancasterFestival.org for a complete list of events.
  • The Ohio State Fair runs through August 4th.  Admission is $6-$10.  Visit www.OhioStateFair.com for complete information.
  • The Pickerington Violet Festival returns to Victory Park Thursday & Friday from 5-11pm and Saturday 11am-12midnight.  Admission is $3-$5.  Visit www.VioletFestival.org for more details.
  • Waterfire returns to Genoa Park Friday at dusk.  Live entertainment features Ladies of Longford.  This is a free event!  Visit www.WaterfireColumbus.com for more details.
  • Grandview will host their annual Lazy Daze of Summer Festival at the public library Saturday from 11am-6pm.  Visit www.ghmcartscouncil.org for more information.

Sports

  • The Columbus Clippers face the Durham Bulls at Huntington Park Friday at 7:15pm, Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 6pm.  Visit www.ClippersBaseball.com for more details.

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