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Need to know before you go: Riverfest #WEBNFireworks

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Getting ready for Riverfest and the WEBN Fireworks tonight? Here's what you need to know before you go:

Attendees are NOT allowed to bring:

  • Alcohol, or beverages of any kind
  • Coolers or grills
  • Tents, umbrellas (larger than purse size) or large chairs
  • Mechanical, motorized vehicles or bicycles
  • Rollerskates, rollerblades or scooters
  • Animals of any kind (exception-service dogs)
  • Glass bottles
  • Liquids

Boater safety:

  • No-wake zone (Sun. 12 pm - Mon. 3 pm)
  • Designated anchorage areas
  • River Closure at 7 pm (Mile markers 469.2 to 470.5)

Watch the pre-show special (8-9 p.m.) and Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Fireworks at P&G Riverfest (9-10 p.m.) 

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Getting to Riverfest by public transportation

Parking and road/bridge closure information for Riverfest

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