Buckeye Country Superfest, the German Village Haus und Garten Tour and more editors' picks

1.Buckeye Country Superfest: June 18–19

Some of country music's biggest names will hit Columbus when the Buckeye Country Superfest returns to the 'Shoe. Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum and more will take the stage over two days. Make sure you arrive early: The free Fan Fest will have a meet-and-greet area, local radio personalities, merchandise and a performance stage.buckeyecountrysuperfest.com

2.German Village Haus undGarten Tour: June 26

The home and garden tour is back for its 57th year in German Village. Join the 4,000-plus guests who tour the charming brick abodes during the official tour on June 26, or check out the preview tour the night before with a cocktail hour and private dinner party. All proceeds support the German Village Society's historic preservation and education programs.germanvillagetour.com

3.Origins Game Fair: June 15–19

If you play board, trading card or role-playing games, you won't want to miss the Origins Game Fair when it returns to the Greater Columbus Convention Center for five days of gamer paradise. In addition to opportunities to play your favorite games and attend game-related events, this popular con features an art expo, a film festival, a costume contest, crafting, seminars, author meet-and-greets and more.originsgamefair.com

4.CAPA Summer Movie Series: June 10–Aug. 7

The longest-running classic film series in the U.S. returns to the Ohio Theatre for a nine-week run of cult favorites, beloved classics, even a silent film with live accompaniment from renowned organist Clark Wilson. This year's lineup includes "Rear Window," "The Princess Bride," "Singin' in the Rain" and a Woody Allen double feature of "Sleeper" and "Zelig."capa.com

5.Flight of the Conchords: June 14

"New Zealand's third most popular folk novelty duo" is reuniting for a two-month U.S. tour, including a stop at the Palace Theatre. Since their beloved HBO comedy series ended in 2009, Bret McKenzie won an Oscar for his song "Man or Muppet," while Jemaine Clement co-directed the vampire mockumentary "What We Do in the Shadows." Expect the deadpan masters to perform classics like "Business Time," "Inner City Pressure" and "Bowie," as well as new material.flightoftheconchords.co.nz