Editor's picks: 32 things to do this weekend in Columbus

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Logjam. That's the best way to describe a weekend that includes a comedy festival, Rock on the Range, Bob Dylan and innumerable other concerts. As always, here's what I'd do this weekend if I could be everywhere all the time.

Friday

Watch "Mad Max: Fury Road" at a movie theater

The rare blockbuster sequel that's, by all accounts, worth the hype.

TV on the Radio at Newport Music Hall

Dipset reunion at Xclusive Elite Entertainment Center

Columbus Comedy Festival at Wild Goose Creative

The Who at Nationwide Arena

Hodgie's American Dreamin listening party at The Reserve

Rock on the Range at Mapfre Stadium

Celebrate English rock legends Pink Floyd with CCAD and Shadowbox Live's multimedia performance

Bike to Work Celebration at Columbus Commons

Brooke Cartus comedy showcase at Bossy Grrls Pinup Joint

A Conversation with photographer Catherine Opie and photographer Jack Whitten at Wexner Center for the Arts

Indianola Stroll in Clintonville

Saturday

Bob Dylan at Ohio Theatre

The man, the myth, the legend. Even with a notoriously difficult stage presence, it's still Bob Dylan. Live. In Person. At the stately Ohio Theatre. What's not to love?

Rafael Rosado at Laughing Ogre

The Circle, Columbus' group for female and nonbinary comic lovers, meets at Kafe Kerouac

Dinner Theater: Tampopo at The Commissary

PigPen Theatre Co. at The Basement

Tame Impala at The LC

Stephin Merritt at Wexner Center for the Arts

Catherine Opie: Portraits and Landscapes at Wexner Center for the Arts

Check out Longview Barber Shop's new digs and barber at its open house

Rock on the Range at Mapfre Stadium

Columbus Comedy Festival at Wild Goose Creative

Bug out with David Roger's Big Bugs exhibition at Franklin Park Conservatory

Jack Whitten's career retrospective at Wexner Center for the Arts

Smokehouse Brewing's Mini Real Ale Fest

North Market's annual Apron Gala

Sunday

Try a new iced coffee drink

I'm a strict cold brew guy myself, but I gotta admit this roundup makes me want to branch out a bit.

Rock on the Range at Mapfre Stadium

Watch the junkie-love story "Animals" at the Gateway Film Center

The Sidekicks & Krill at Double Happiness

They Might Be Giants at Newport Music Hall