If you like food, sports, music and mingling, leave the weekend of September 17 open. That weekend, what city officials have named "Queen Qity Fusion," the Cubs take on the Reds, the Bengals open against the Dolphins in a sold-out game, and the world's second-largest Oktoberfest celebration outside of Germany will hit Cincinnati. With all the events going on downtown, organizers are optimistic about the turnout. They're hoping to bring more than 750,000 people into the city for the event. The weekend will be part of Proctor and Gamble's Ohio Classic and Jamboree, which is a celebration centered around college football that will run September 15 through the 19.