4 Ways to Treat Dad to a Special Day/Night on the Town this Father’s Day

Father’s Day Events in Cincinnati


Cincinnati Father's DayThe month of June is here. It may seem like just yesterday that you were ringing in the New Year, but summer is officially in swing. With the warm weather and sunshine, there is always a reason to celebrate during the summer time, but some days are more important than others. When June comes around, you should start thinking about how you are going to celebrate Father’s Day this year. Celebrating Father’s Day the right way will show the Dads in your life how much you love and appreciate them. This year, get more than a card. Instead, make plans to spend time with your father, stepfather, husband, or grandfather. There are plenty of ways that you and the important men in your life can spend quality time together this Father’s Day.


Reds v. Marlins


First of all, it’s hard not to please Dad with a trip to the ballgame. Not only is a baseball game a great treat for fathers, they are perfect for the whole family. Whether your Father’s Day celebration will be filled with children, or if your family is older, everyone will be sure to have an excellent time. This year, the Reds will be home on Father’s Day. You can purchase tickets for the June 21st game against the Marlins online right now. Prices vary depending on which section you choose.


Kevin Hart Live


The baseball game is not the only worthwhile event taking place on Father’s Day weekend this year. Fans of comedy can head over to the US Bank Arena to see popular comedian Kevin Hart live. Kevin Hart has skyrocketed to fame after developing a very successful stand up and film career. He is one of the few comedians ever to play Madison Square Garden in New York City, and he is heading to Cincinnati on June 20th. The content of Kevin Hart’s show is probably not appropriate for a family event. However, it’s a perfect gift for husbands, fiancées, or boyfriends on Father’s day. You can show the man in your life how grateful you are that he is such a wonderful father to your children by treating him to dinner and a show after spending the afternoon with the kids.


Sunday Brunch


You don’t need to spend a ton of money on a huge event to show your loved ones that you appreciate them. Sometimes a nice meal and time with the family is thanks enough. Get the whole family together this Father’s Day for a delicious Sunday brunch at Brio Tuscan Grille, Maggiano’s, or Palomino. It’s not even weekend that you treat yourself to a fancy breakfast on the town, so brunch is a perfect way to celebrate.


Day of Pampering


Finally, one excellent way to say thank you to the dads in your life is to give them a free day. Being a parent is a full time job, and moms and dads both can use a day of calm and relaxation every once and a while. This Father’s Day, you can give the gift of a nice day at the spa. Everyone likes to put their feet up and de-stress every once and a while. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that a spa is a location for women only. A relaxing massage is a nice gift for al genders.


Don’t let this year’s Father’s Day pass without some serious thought. At the very least, make a personal call to the special fathers in your life. However, if you can, you should definitely think of ways that you can spend time together this Father’s Day. All you need to do is keep your eyes and ears peeled to see what fun and interesting events are happening in your area.




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