Get ready to go completely bananas! The Savannah Bananas World Tour is stopping in Columbus May 24-26 at Huntington Park, home of the Columbus Clippers AAA Baseball Team.  

The Savannah Bananas became a TikTok sensation in recent history known for frequently creating viral content during their games and inviting their audience to participate.  

With the Savannah Bananas coming to town, there are a bunch of ways to celebrate all things banana while you’re here for the game.  


Savannah Bananas vs Party Animals 2024

The Savannah Bananas take on the Party Animals in Columbus May 24-26, 2024. Image source.

Sip on the Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie from Bada Bean Bada Booze 

Sip on 16 ounces of pure banana bliss! The Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie is a staple on the menu at Bada Bean Bada Booze, a cafe/bar combo and favorite among locals. With two locations in the city, this smoothie is always within reach. 

Taste the homemade Banana Pudding from Understory 

Understory  is perhaps one of the dreamiest spaces in Columbus featuring a full cocktail bar, restaurant and patio space. Housed inside the historic Open Air school, Understory is a great place to dine before or after the game. Stay on-brand and order their homemade banana pudding for dessert! 

Pick up your new favorite scent, Banana Brulee, from Penn & Beech  

Penn & Beech , a women-owned, pour-your-own candle making space in Columbus is a great activity for dates, girl’s outings and more. Guests are invited to pick a vessel that fits their style and create their own scented candle with help from their staff. The retail side of the business offers ready-made candles for purchase including the famed scent, Banana Brulee.  


Penn & Beech Candle Co. candle being held.

Penn & Beech Candle Co. offers ready-made scents. Image source.


Feast your eyes on the Banana Trees at Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens 

Banana Trees in Columbus? Bet. Franklin Park Conservatory is known for showcasing exotic plant collections, special exhibitions, and even Dale Chihuly artworks throughout its expansive indoor/outdoor space. Located inside the pacific island biome you’ll find a lush collection of Banana Trees, some of which are currently flowering and will produce small fruit!


Read six more reasons on the Experience Columbus blog.