Things to do in Cincinnati this week: Sept. 20-26

The Killers play PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation on Monday.

Monday, Sept. 20

CHARITY: Golf for Kids, 10 a.m., Oasis Golf Club, 902 Loveland-Miamiville Road, Loveland. Hosted by Clermont Chamber of Commerce. Contest holes, raffles, bottle pull, lunch, dinner and awards. Benefits the Work Readiness Initiative.

CONCERTS: The Killers, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation. 

CONCERTS: Megadeth and Lamb of God, PNC Pavilion. With Trivium and Hatebreed.

FOOD: Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week. 3-course meals for $26, $36, $46. 

SPORTS: Cincinnati Reds vs Pittsburgh Pirates, 6:40 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, 12:35 p.m. Wednesday, Great American Ball Park, Joe Nuxhall Way, Downtown.

THEATER: Cirque Alcatraz, 7:30 p.m., Florence Mall parking lot, 2028 Mall Road, Florence. Runs Sept. 16-26.

Tuesday, Sept. 21

ART: Walter Farmer: Mementoes & Photographs, Schiff Library & Archives, Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams. New donation of papers and photographs sheds light on Farmer's life beyond his work as Director of the Wiesbaden Central Collecting Point in Germany, where thousands of artworks stolen by the Nazis were gathered at the end of WWII. On view through Oct. 3.

CONCERTS: Jonas Brothers, Riverbend Music Center. With Kelsea Ballerini. 

CONCERTS: Taking Back Sunday, PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation. 

CONCERTS: Five For Fighting with String Quartet, Memorial Hall. With Elizabeth and the Catapult.

Five for Fighting at Memorial Hall will consist of John Ondrasik and a string quartet.

RECREATION: US Women's National Soccer Team Pregame Watch Party, 4:30-7:30 p.m., Washington Park, 1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine. Free.

SPORTS: International Friendly: US National Women's Soccer Team vs Paraguay, 7:30 p.m., TQL Stadium, 1501 Central Pkwy, West End.

THEATER OPENING: Pipeline, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, Ensemble Theatre, 1127 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine. Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher, is committed to her students but desperate to give her only son, Omari, opportunities they’ll never have. But when an explosive incident at his prestigious private school threatens to get him expelled, will all her efforts be lost? A compelling, must-see portrait of parenthood, education, and the experience of young black men in America. Runs Sept. 21-Oct. 16. $35-up.

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