I have fond memories of watching the Cincinnati Cyclones while I was in high school. Moving back to the area has given us the opportunity to now share the experience of a Cyclones game with our kids. You don’t have to be a huge hockey fan to enjoy a Cyclones game.
I’m a usually a “few token games a year” type of sports fan and hockey is always really enjoyable for me to watch. I think it’s even better live in person than on tv. I love that it’s fast moving and always has a lot of action. It also gives you an excuse to wear a face mask made out of foam.
There is typically some type of promotion or special at each game. I suggest getting there early if you want to receive one of the limited giveaways at the door. Our kids received free Cyclones t-shirts courtesy of Rumke for Kids Jersey T shirt night.
The Cyclones do a great job of keeping the attention span of all interest levels. There was great music during breaks to dance to and every intermissions had a fun game that involves the crowd.
Every now and then you might see a fight but the refs do not let it get too far out of hand.
There is also the adorable mascot named Twister.
He would probably not like that I called him adorable but he is.
We got to share our suite and our fun evening with a few other local bloggers. Ann blogs at Ann I am and Amy is a contributor for Family Friendly Cincinnati and also blogs at In a galaxy far far away You should definitely check out their sites if you haven’t been to them yet.
If you are looking for a unique birthday party experience you can rent out a private suite for $400. You receive 18 tickets, 2 parking passes, a birthday puck, 1 birthday card, your child’s name on the video board and a visit from Twister. Your suite is decorated and you’re are provided invitations for your guest and a concierge for your party. Beverages, food and birthday cake are an additional fee and can be ordered from a variety of items from the menu list. It’s a great way to not have to worry about cooking or cleaning up.
Check out the Cyclones schedule at their website to plan your next hockey adventure.
The Cyclones season will be going until March 30th. You can purchase Cyclones tickets for as low as $13.
The Cyclones also have several upcoming games during Valentine’s weekend if you are looking for a date night, family night, or a night out with friends.
*Saturday, February 16th is Cyclones Bowl & Spoon Night The first 2,000 fans through the gates receive a limited-edition Cyclones Bowl and Spoon presented by CityBBQ!
*You can also get a free kids ticket for the Monday, February 18th game by signing up your child for the Cyclones Kids Club.
You can also enter to win 4 tickets to game on Saturday, February 16th
Disclosure: My family was given complimentary tickets for review purposes and for a giveaway. All opinions are my own.
17 thoughts on “Cincinnati Cyclones Game Family Adventure”
I would take my wife and 2 boys!!!!
I think we might make a date nite out of it with a couple friend of ours!
I would bring my 3 kids! (guess hubby could stay at home – ha!)
I would take my family!!
my wife and kids
I would take my family, it would be our first hockey game
I would bring my fiance (soon to be husband 2/16/12 🙂 and our son 🙂
My husband and I would make it a date night! 🙂
I would take my husband and our boys!:) Hockey games are the best!!
l would take my wife and grandsons!
I would give mine away to my sis fam who hasn’t been!
I would bring my grandkids. They love the Cyclones.
I’d bring my family!
I would take my girlfriend and another couple.
I would take my 2 boys and my husband.
I would take my children.