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3 Exciting Upcoming Events at the Duke Energy Convention Center

Nestled in downtown Cincinnati is a 750,000 square foot destination known as the Duke Energy Convention Center.

Not far from The Drexel at Oakley, it’s easily recognizable as its glistening metal panels gleam alongside Interstate 75, proclaiming the city’s name in fifty-foot tall letters.

After a recent renovation, it became known as the Midwest’s best-in-class center, hosting a variety of events throughout the year. From boat and golf shows to beerfests, the Duke Energy Convention Center has something you can enjoy.

In fact, here are a few upcoming events to experience with your friends or significant other!

Cincinnati Golf Show (January 12-14)

The Cincinnati Golf Show coincides with the first weekend of the Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show, and visitors can experience both for the price of one.

Golfers look forward to this event every year as it offers fantastic deals on clothing and equipment, details on courses around the world, and even tips from experts.

Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show (January 12 – 14 & 17-21)

The Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show has welcomed visitors for more than sixty years. There are several areas to explore including Adventure Sports and a plethora of boats if you’re in the market.

This is not to be missed, especially for outdoor enthusiasts! The show features demonstrations as well as gear for kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, scuba diving, and so much more.

Cincy Winter Beerfest (February 2 & 3)

For the eleventh straight year, the Cincy Winter Beerfest is celebrating craft brews from across the globe.

Visitors can listen to live music, munch on delicious appetizers, and sip the creations produced by more than 150 breweries. Those participating include Taft’s Ale House, MadTree, and Rockbottom.

So these are just some of the events that you can enjoy if you call The Drexel at Oakley home. Reach out and contact us to schedule a tour where we can show you our amenities firsthand.

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