As part of our mission to educate, entertain, and advocate for diversity, inclusivity, and accessibility in the arts, The Lincoln is proud to offer several in-house programs and events.

Artist Production Development Workshop

Free, one-day informational workshop for local artists, arts organizations, and individuals interested in developing their performing arts product for the stage.

Backstage at the Lincoln

Enjoy an exceptionally intimate concert from a perspective normally seen only by the artists themselves.

Club Lincoln

Club Lincoln is the Lincoln Theatre’s second-floor performance/rental space offering an organic and intimate experience for your audience.

Community Conversations

A free series designed to generate community discussion on a variety of interesting questions surrounding the arts.

Expand Your Horizon Incubation Program

The Incubation Program allows select local artists the opportunity to learn the business side of artistry and polish their craft.

PATTERNZ Summer Camp

Lincoln Theatre Patternz Summer Camp will consist of 6 one-week camps for children ages 6-13 designed to spark creativity and a passion for the arts through experience with multiple art forms.

Walk of Fame

The Lincoln Theatre Walk of Fame inducts Columbus natives that have made outstanding community contributions through their professional careers.

Wine Down Wednesdays – The Lincoln Patio Jazz Series

Enjoy sultry summer evenings on the Lincoln’s rooftop patio with live jazz performances from some of Columbus’ hottest talent, sumptuous hors d’oeuvres, and a specially curated wine selection or specialty cocktail.


Check out our upcoming events and join in the celebration at The Lincoln.


“Their backstage performances are intimate and it feels like you are performing with the artist. Their Songs at the Center feels like you are being serenaded, and the Backstage at the Lincoln provides and intimate interview with local and known artists. This historical landmark embodies Columbus’ culture not only up close and personal, but they help reach for the beyond.”