One of the largest Columbus events is returning this March to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
More than 175,000 sports fans are expected to witness 18,000 athletes compete in a wide range of sports including weightlifting, bodybuilding, archery and table tennis. Get details on a few of the events that will happen right in the heart of downtown Columbus and make sure you know where to stop to fuel up for the festivities.
Arnold Fitness Expo – Columbus Convention Center March 3-6
“The Fitness EXPO is among the must-see attractions at the Arnold Sports Festival for many of the Weekend’s 175,000 attendees, and at just $15 per day is the best value in all of sports entertainment,” said Jim Lorimer, co-producer of the Arnold Sports Festival. “We have attracted all of the top industry companies that will all put together elaborate displays that will once again draw jam-packed crowds to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.”
Kids Fitness Expo – Ohio Expo Center March 5-6
The Arnold Kids Fitness EXPO will serves as the activity core for youth sports competitions and family activities at the Ohio Expo Center. The Arnold Kids Fitness EXPO will combine thousands of youth athletes, coaches and family members and fitness enthusiasts in an event dedicated to providing young athletes access to hours of entertainment and youth/family sports, products and services. There will be shuttles that can take you between the Convention Center and the Expo Center! So park in the Arena District here and ride out to the Expo Center.
While you are exploring the Expo and watching the competitions, be sure to fuel up with one of the protein-packed meals at all of these downtown Columbus restaurants.
If you are coming in just for the concert be sure to stay within walking distance at one of the downtown Columbus Hotels.
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