6 Greater Columbus places to rekindle romance

Are you and your significant other in a dating slump, often falling into the same routine?

Well, the month of May can help bring back those sparks, thanks to a national holiday. May is National Date Your Mate Month, which gives couples 31 days to get out of their comfort zone and try new activities.

In Greater Columbus, there are plenty of things partners can try, from art museums, outdoor concerts and food tours. Here are six places across the area to explore:

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Enjoy an outdoor concert

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With the month of May comes warmer weather (hopefully) and the arrival of outdoor concert season! There are plenty of options to choose from across Greater Columbus. The Central Ohio Folk Festival will take place at Highbanks Metro Park May 7 and 8, with Americana band the Way Down Wanderers as the headliner. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged.

Then on May 10, electronic duo Disclosure will get the party started at Kemba Live. Brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence are best-known for their 2013 hit song “Latch” with Sam Smith. Tickets start at $ 52.50.

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