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What to Do This Week: April 1-7

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What To Do This Week

As if you needed another reason to come to Downtown Columbus: We’re busting out in spring all week long. No fooling.

Catfish and the Bottlemen

Tuesday, April 2 | 7:00 pm
EXPRESS LIVE!, 405 Neil Ave.

Indie music fans, this could be your jam. Welsh-based alternative rock foursome, Catfish and the Bottlemen, are bringing their raw energy and intoxicating performance here as part of their headlining tour. Featuring a new single along with fan-favorites, critics say this could be their time to rise to the top.

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Columbus Clippers Home Opener

Thursday, April 4 | 6:05 pm
Huntington Park, 330 Huntington Park Ln.

Take yourself out to the season starter and celebrate 10 years at award-winning Huntington Park. Then, root, root, root for our home team, the Columbus Clippers, as they take on the Indianapolis Indians. Based on the final standings of last year’s International League West, this could be a rivalry in-the-making.

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Big Book Sale

Thu-Sun, April 4-7 | Hours Vary
Columbus Metropolitan Library, 96 S. Grant Ave.

Thousands of print and audio books, DVDs and CDs for just a buck or two? Yes, please! Bring your dollar bills and heavy-duty tote bags to this mega sale presented by the Friends of the Columbus Library. The weekend includes a members-only presale, general sale, and a by-the-bag clearance blowout.

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Spring Sip & Spa

Friday, April 5 | 6:00 pm
Hills Market, 95 N. Grant Ave.

Get ready for a taste of spring – by the glass. Choose 10 tastes from a wide variety of cocktails, beers and wines, including a special selection of spring-worthy rosés. This spa-themed evening also includes cheese and appetizers, and mixing and mingling with local health & beauty vendors.

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The Trumpet Shall Sound

Fri-Sat, April 5-6 | 8:00 pm
Ohio Theater, 39 E. State St.

Immerse yourself in the rich beauty of three iconic musical works. Columbus Symphony’s principal trumpet, George Goad makes his solo debut alongside pianist Dominic Cheli and a string orchestra. This memorable musical evening features spirited fanfares, a lively concerto and an emotional ballet score.

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Fashionfest 2019

Saturday, April 6 | 6:00 pm
EXPRESS LIVE!, 405 Neil Ave.

A good cause and great fun. That’s what this New York-style fashion show, auction and raffle is all about. Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres and watch Make-A-Wish® recipients and other models strut their stuff. The runway show features trendy clothes and stylish outfits from a variety of fashion brands, including Maggie & Me, fab’rik and Bend Active.

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Chamber Brews and Platform Beer Company

Saturday, April 6 | 2:00 pm
Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St.

Sip a flight of local brew. Listen to the classical sounds of a string quartet. Hear the respective perspectives of musicians and brewers. This is an interactive concert experience you won’t soon forget.

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