Enjoyable in Columbus, Ohio this weekend

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Summer hasn’t started yet Repeal of the last health regulations According to Governor Mike DeWine, the event is going to be hot.

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From concerts (Big Gigantic, Skillet) to films like “In the Heights” and theater events like “Last Gas” there is a lot to do this weekend.

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Music:Westland Mall Drive concert series ends Friday night at the Big Gigantic

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Theater “in the height”

A year later, the film version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award winning musical “In the Heights” (a contemporary drama by the creator of “Hamilton” in Washington Heights, New York) will be released on Thursday. From a pandemic. The Warner Bros. Pictures release, starring Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins, and Leslie Grace, is shown at the Gateway Film Center, Drexel Theater and other regional theaters, as well as on HBO Max. Visit the theater’s website for show times, tickets, and security logs.

“Last gas” from curtain player

Curtain players get the chance to rekindle their romance, but Fridays, Saturdays, 18-19. June and 25-26 June at 8 p.m., about fathers in the north of Maine who have to choose between old and new. John Cariani’s comedy drama “Last Gas” is released. June 20-27 at 2:00 p.m., 5691 Harlem Road, Maine. Tickets are $ 17 and students and seniors are $ 15. Call 614-360-1000 or visit the following website Curtain player.org..

Old radio style comedy finale

It’s All Been Done Presents, the producer of an 80-minute monthly nerd comedy show in the style of the old radio series, will be streaming “It’s All Been Done Radio Hour” on Saturday at 5pm before going live again. Theatre. This issue contains, among other things, the new adventures of “The Topnotch Tangler” and the season finale of the science fiction film “Universe Journey”. Tickets are $ 7 or become a donor at Patreon.com/IABD. Call 614-916-6043 or visit the following website www.iabdpresents.com..

Still standing and dancing

28 dancers from the New Vision Dance Company will perform at the Scioto Park Amphitheater on 7377 Riverside Drive in Dublin on Sundays at 1pm and 4pm. The “I’m Still Standing” program aims to demonstrate the resilience of the dance company founded by artistic director Melissa Gould during the pandemic era. Guest artists include dancers from the tap dance group Movement Afoot. Entry is free, but attendees must visit and book newvisiondanceco.org..

Chamber music concert outdoors

The New Albany Symphony Orchestra is on Sunday at 8:00 p.m. at New Albany 200 Market St. Begin a series of summer outdoor chamber music concerts in the Marx Library Garden behind the New Albany Country Club in the Columbus Metropolitan Library. The organizers suggest using a deck chair or blanket for a one-hour performance with music by JS Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Scott Joplin. An hour before the show there is ice cream socializing and wine is sold in glasses. Tickets for $ 15 can be purchased at the following URL: newalbanysymphony.com..

Huge to run

The jazz electronic duo Big Gigantic will perform on Friday at the only show so far this year at Westland Drive-In. 4411W. Broad St. saxophonist and drummer Jeremy Salken’s Dominic Lalli will present their seventh album “Free Your Mind”. Originally intended as the basis for last year’s big concert tour. The gate opens at 6 p.m. Tickets are $ 99 for cars with up to 4 people. For more information, please visit: westlanddrivein.com Or biggigantic.net..

More:Westland Mall Drive concert series ends Friday night at the Big Gigantic

Gay male choir plays ABBA songs

Participation in the Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus, ABBA’s hits in Big Gacing, including “Take A Chance On Me”, “Super Trouper” and “Dancing Queen: ABBA Sing Along at 2 and 7 Saturday afternoons in Huntington Park in the Arena district. Tickets cost $ 20-30. For more information, please call 614-228-2462 or visit the following website: www.columbusgaymenschorus.com..

Frying pan for cooking music

Memphis-based Christian rock band Skillet hit the drive-in concerts hard this year. The band will perform at the South Drive Inn, 3050 S. High St. on June 16, with doors opening at 5:30 pm and music starting at dusk. Skillet is supported by Christian folk rock Jordan Feliz and American Idol veteran Colton Dixon. Tickets start at $ 88 per car and can accommodate up to 6 people. For more information, please visit: driveintheatertour.com..