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Established in 1977, the Cleveland International Film Festival is the largest film festival in the state of Ohio. Set in downtown Cleveland at Tower City Cinemas, the CIFF is a staple of Forest City’s event calendar.
Hosting more than 50,000 film fans every spring, the CIFF honors one filmmaker each year with the Roxanne T. Mueller Audience Choice Award for Best Film. The festival generally takes place for about 10 days in the spring.
An annual Cincy tradition, the Taste of Cincinnati is the oldest culinary festival in the country. First established in 1979, this festival, held in downtown Cincinnati, boasts of 500,000 attendees each year, making it not only one of the largest street festivals in not only the Cincinnati area and Ohio, but also the United States.
Happening every Memorial Day Weekend, Taste of Cincinnati is free to the public, and consumes six blocks along Fifth Street in the downtown area. Scheduled events each year include a Best of Taste Awards, four stages of live entertainment, West Sixth Food Truck Alley, and more.