By 1812Blockhouse

Summer in Ohio promises vibrant festivals, community events, and endless fun.

The Official 2024 Ohio Summer Events Guide has everything needed to plan seasonal adventures, with highlights from all 88 counties, including Richland County. For a full list and to download a printable copy of the guide, visit Share experiences with #SummerinOhio and #OhioTheHeartofitAll!

Richland County Summer Highlights

Richland County events included in the Guide include:

Final Fridays Concert Series

Dates: May 31 – August 30

Location: Mansfield

Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival

Dates: July 19 – 21

Location: Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield

Mansfield Airport Day

Date: August 3

Location: Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport

Shawshank 30th Anniversary Celebration

Dates: August 9 – 11

Location: Various locations in Mansfield

Heart of the City Cruise-In

Date: August 24

Location: Downtown Mansfield

Discover More Events

Ohio offers a plethora of activities this summer. From music festivals and county fairs to historical reenactments and outdoor adventures, there’s something for everyone. The full guide is available at, helping everyone plan the perfect summer getaway.

Share Your Summer Memories

Ohioans are encouraged to share their favorite summer moments using #SummerinOhio and #OhioTheHeartofitAll on social media. Connecting with fellow residents allows for discovering even more events and activities to enjoy.

Download the Guide

For a comprehensive list of all the fantastic events happening across Ohio this summer, download a printable copy of the Official 2024 Ohio Summer Events Guide from or view it below. Keeping it handy ensures no one misses out on the fun!


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