All tickets for the 2016 Western & Southern Open go on sale starting March 1.

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Once just a marquee tennis event in the city of Cincinnati, the Western & Southern Open has grown into a can’t-miss summer spectacle featuring some of the city’s best music, food, art and libations. The tennis is still the focal point, but the variety of entertainment now offered makes the tournament a mandatory stop for all Cincinnati and Midwestern socialites, sports fans and event-goers.


Welcome the world to Cincinnati

Not just a local event, the tournament draws a widely diverse crowd each year with fans over the past few years coming from all 50 states and more than 30 countries. The lively, European atmosphere makes a day at the Open unlike any other event in the region. It’s also an opportunity for Cincinnati to show off the world-class hospitality for which the Queen City is known.


Family friendly pricing

New this year, the Opening Weekend Package offers the entire first weekend, August 13-14, within one discounted offer. All three sessions, including Graeter’s Kids Day and High School Day, cost just $25 for a child ticket and $55 for adults. More than 80 matches and multiple practices can be seen – don’t miss the action.


Buy early to lock in the best prices

Last year, nearly 200,000 visited the Lindner Family Tennis Center setting an all-time attendance record for the week. Many sessions begin to sell out early in the year so buy early to ensure you get a ticket, and at the lowest possible price.


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