Top things to do in Columbus for June 7-9
Opening Doors: Calling Central Ohio Home, closing Friday, June 7Friday is the final day for this group show by new Americans whose art explores concepts of identity. The exhibition at the Dublin Arts Council includes the project "From Baghdad to Dublin" by Iraqi-born photographer and videographer Bilal Alabbood, as well as works by Somali artist Faduma Hasan, whose photos explore the impact of the hijab as a visual identity marker. See it before it closes between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 7125 Riverside Drive. dublinarts.org
Buckeye Country Superfest, Saturday, June 8
After a hiatus in 2018, the country music festival returns on Saturday to Ohio Stadium, with an impressive lineup of stars, including George Strait, Blake Shelton, Chris Janson, Midland and Raelynn. The performances run from 3-11 p.m. at Ohio Stadium, with a Fan Fest outside starting at 11:30 a.m. featuring a wide selection of drinks, plus food trucks. Tickets start at $85. buckeyecountrysuperfest.com
Westgate Home & Garden Tour, Saturday, June 8
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