Mar 17, 2023 - Things to Do

What to do this weekend

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Illustration: Allie Carl/Axios

🚘 Shop for a new ride at the Columbus International Auto Show, back for the first time since 2019.

  • Noon-9pm today, 10am-9pm Saturday and 10am-6pm Sunday at the Convention Center. $6-12. Kids under 10 free!

ğŸŽ¤ Sing karaoke during a "Now That's What I Call Pop" party at new downtown bar FOMO.

  • 7pm tonight, 165 N. Fifth St. Free!

ğŸŽ· Listen to a fusion of jazz and Tchaikovsky during "Variations on Nutcracker Suite" with the Columbus Symphony.

  • 7:30pm tonight and Saturday, 2pm Sunday. $31-79. Kids free!

ğŸŽµ Travel through time with the Columbus Gay Men's Chorus, performing "Tales of Our Age."

  • 7:30pm Saturday and 2pm Sunday at the Lincoln Theatre. $27-47.

ğŸŽ­ Welcome to the Renaissance! See "Something Rotten," a musical comedy about playwrights struggling to outshine rockstar William Shakespeare.

  • 8pm Saturday and 2pm Sunday at the Jewish Community Center. $30

🕹️ Buy, sell and trade retro toys, video games and collectibles at the Columbus Toy and Game Show.

  • 8am-4pm Sunday at the Ohio Expo Center. $12-16. Kids under 10 free!

👑 Explore ancient Egypt through "Tutankhamun: His Tomb and his Treasures," a traveling exhibit debuting this weekend at COSI through Sept. 4.

  • 10am-5pm Sunday. $15-40 (includes general admission). Kids under 2 free!
  • Saturday's opening day is already sold out.

☘️ Plus: Check out our list of St. Patrick's Day events.

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