It may have been a few weeks late, but I think it’s safe to say that spring has finally sprung.
Now that the weather is a warming up and we’re seeing some more sunshine, it’s easy to dream about one of my favorite things: Festivals. Here in our city, they come in all shapes and sizes and celebrate just about everything you can imagine. From cultural gatherings to music festivals to art exhibits and expos, there really is something for everyone.
Here is your guide to the Best Spring Festivals in Columbus.
April 26-29 | Logan, OH | Free
April 27-29 | OSU Sullivant Hall, 1813 North High St. | 3-Day Festival Pass $200
April 28 | Ohio State Student Farm | Free to the public after 1:30 p.m.
April 28-29 | Ohio Expo Center, Lausche Building | One day pass for $15, Two day pass for $25
April 29 | 543 S Front St. | $15
May 5 | 154 Hawkes Ave, Columbus | Free
May 5 | Highbanks Metro Park | Free (additional cost for classes and headliner)
May 10-13 | Short North Stage | $20 per day or $40 for weekend
May 10-12 | North Campus and South Clintonville | $10
May 12 | Ohio Expo Center, Lausche Building | $10
May 12 | Huntington Park | $45 advance, $55 at door, $15 for designated drivers
May 18 | Cafe Bourbon Street, 2216 Summit St. | Free
May 18-20 | Mapfre Stadium | Tickets start at $79.50
May 18 | Easton Town Center | Admission is Free
May 19 | Delaware County Fairgrounds | $10
May 19 | Genoa Park | Free
May 19 | Easton, 3981 Gramercy St. | Free
May 19-20 | Downtown Delaware | Free
May 26-27 | Franklin Park, 1755 E Broad St. | Free
May 26 | Ohio Village | Price included in Admission to the Ohio Village
May 28-June 3
June 2 | King Lincoln District | Free
June 2 | West Bank Park | Free
June 2 | Genoa Park | Ticket info TBD
June 7-10 | Varios locations around Columbus | $35
June 8-10 | Downtown Riverfront | Free
June 15-17 | Bicentennial and Genoa Park | Free
June 15-17 | Creekside Park, Gahanna | Tickets start at $7
June 16-17 | 777 Evening St, Worthington | Free
June 15-16 | Historic Grove City Town Center | Free