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CINCINNATI - Cincinnati artists and bands are baked into the foundation of the second annual Bunbury Music Festival, from festival-opening band The Mitchells to closing-night headliner The National.
If you want to get your local fix, map your plan to this complete lineup of Cincinnati-area artists. Bunbury began on Friday and continues Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14 at Sawyer Point:
2:00 Bud Light stage — Culture Queer
2:45 Cincinnatus stage — Margaret Darling
4:15 Cincinnatus stage — Taylor Alexander
5:45 Cincinnatus stage — Tim Carr
6:30 Amphitheater — Pinstripes
7:15 Lawn stage — You, You’re Awesome
2:00 Cincinnatus stage — Ben Knight
2:00 Lawn stage — Mia Carruthers
2:45 Amphitheater stage — Upset Victory
3:00 Cincinnatus stage — Jake Kolesar
4:15 Amphitheater stage — Green Light Morning
5:00 Cincinnatus stage — Mark Utley
5:00 Lawn stage — The Harlequins
5:45 Amphitheater — The Hiders
6:30 Lawn stage — DAAP Girls
7:15 Amphitheater — Daniel Martin Moore
9:00 Main stage — The National
To Know If You Go
- A one-day pass to the music festival is $65 and a three-day pass is $130. Tickets are still available and can be purchased online. *VIP tickets are no longer available.
- Gates to the festival open at 1 p.m. every day.
- Kids under 10 are admitted free, but must be accompanied with an adult ticket holder.
- ATMs are available at the festival.
- Lockers are available for a rental fee.
- Bills over $20 won't be accepted at beverage stations.
- What's not allowed: coolers, glass wear of any kind,any personal motorized vehicles; food, beverages or filled Camelbacks; large backpacks, tents and/or chairs and any recording devices.
- Bunbury's f ull list of advice of what to keep at home. Our mobile users can view that list here: http://www.bunburyfestival.com/about-us/advice
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