Top Two Things To Do In Owensboro This Weekend: September 25-27

Symphony Stroll

COVID-19 might have cancelled The Owensboro Symphony’s regular season of indoor concerts, but it hasn’t stopped their creativity.  On September 25 from 6-8 p.m., catch a free concert throughout the riverfront.  Symphony members will be scattered along the riverfront performing varying pieces of music, including brass quintets, string quintets, and an ensemble that will be directed by Symphony Conductor Troy Quinn. The RiverPark Center will have a cash bar outside for patrons to purchase beverages.  At each performance station there will also be either paper programs and/or QR codes for attendees to scan to learn more information about the music that is being played.  Attendees can listen to whatever music they want at any time during the two-hour span.

Clue Murder Mystery Dinner

The beloved board game Clue is coming to life at the Owensboro Convention Center on Friday, September 25 at 6:30 p.m.  Dress the part of your favorite Clue character!  Regular attire won’t be considered suspicious though. Doors will open at 6:00pm for cocktails.  Dinner will start at 6:30pm, followed by the murder mystery.  No more than 6 people will be allowed to sit at a 66” banquet table.  Tables will be set 6 feet apart from each other to allow for proper social distancing.  Guests will not be seated with other parties. The meal will be served.  Performers and audience participants will wear masks and maintain a 6 foot distance.  The cost is $69 a person or $120 for a couple.  Get your tickets here!