The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music presents a packed performance schedule this weekend with the Mainstage production of A Chorus Line, the Studio Acting performances of Middletown and a guest artist concert from the United States Air Force Band. Please be aware that there will be heavier than normal traffic on and around campus related to UC Homecoming activities.

If you plan to attend a CCM performance on Friday or Saturday, please take note of the UC Homecoming events and street closures that may impact your parking and travel time.

Friday, Oct. 21
UC Homecoming Kick-Off Party

6-9 p.m. | UC’s Sigma Sigma Commons
There will be no street closures on Friday but there may be increased traffic on and around campus.

Saturday, Oct. 22
UC Homecoming activities will feature the Bearcats Blitz Tailgate and the annual Homecoming parade around campus, both start at 3 p.m. The football game versus East Carolina University is at 7 p.m. at UC’s Nippert Stadium.

Parade Route Street Closings

  • Calhoun Street, between Vine Street and Clifton Avenue, will close at 2 p.m.
  • Clifton Avenue, between McMillan Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, will close at 2:30 p.m.
  • Eastbound traffic on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, between Clifton Avenue and Woodside Drive, will be restricted prior to the start of the parade. The eastbound right-hand lane (the lane closest to campus) will be closed; the middle and left-hand lanes will remain open. Westbound traffic will remain unaffected.

Entry into the Clifton Court, Woodside and Calhoun parking garages will be prohibited starting at 2 p.m. on Saturday. All parking and regular driving routes will be reinstated near the Homecoming parade’s anticipated end by approximately 4:30 p.m.

Get additional parking and tailgate details here.

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