CINCINNATI - Bunbury Music Festival announced Tuesday the lineup for its return to downtown Cincinnati's Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove for three power-packed days of music across six stages on Friday, July 12; Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14, 2013.
"We are thrilled with the 2013 lineup and learned so much from our first year," said festival organizer Bill Donabedian. "Fans can expect an event akin to 2012 but with new features and tweaks that will propel Bunbury into one of the country's truly must-see events."
Here are the bands that will play on each day of the festival, with headlining acts including Grammy Award winners FUN., Cincinnati natives The National and Walk The Moon, plus many more.
Friday, July 12
WALK THE MOON
TEGAN & SARA
TOKYO POLICE CLUB
RED WANTING BLUE
Josh Eagle - We are Snapdragon - State Song - Ohio Knife – Old Baby – Alone at 3am - Public – The Mitchells - Pete Dressman - Billy Wallace
Saturday, July 13
TWENTY | ONE | PILOTS
WE ARE SCIENTISTS
YOU, YOU'RE AWESOME
BEN WALZ BAND
Christopher Paul Stelling - Culture Queer – Black Owls - The Bears of Blue River - Messerly & Ewing - New Vega - The Ready Stance – Tim Carr (of Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound) - Taylor Alexander – Margaret Darling
Sunday, July 14
BELLE & SEBASTIAN
YO LA TENGO
BLACK JOE LEWIS & THE HONEYBEARS
NIGHT TERRORS OF 1927
A SILENT FILM
GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV
DANIEL MARTIN MOORE
BENJAMIN FRANCIS LEFTWICH
CHANNING & QUINN
CincyMusic.com Battle for Bunbury - Bethesda - The Upset Victory – Mia Carruthers – Mark Utley – Jake Kolesar – Ben Knight
All Artists Are Subject to Change Without Notice.
Bunbury Music Festival is hosting the festival for its second year in 2013 and will feature 80 live performances across six stages throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove.
The three-day event transforms the banks of the Ohio River into a unique music and festival experience unlike any other in Cincinnati.
Tickets for the event are $55.00 for a one-day pass and $110.00 for a three-day pass and are on sale now at www.bunburyfestival.com/tickets .
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