CINCINNATI -- It’s time for Cincinnati music fans to “hold on tight” as a new festival heads to the riverfront.
On Tuesday, organizers announced the creation of the Buckle Up Music Festival.
The six-stage country music festival runs July 18 through July 20. It will take place the weekend after the Bunbury Music Festival.
A preliminary lineup for the festival will be announced on Friday. The full lineup will be released at a later date.
Tickets are in line with prices for the Bunbury Festival with a three-day pass currently listed at $130 and one-day passes at $55. According to the festival’s website, prices will increase on May 24 and July 8.
The event was created by Bill Donabedian, the owner the of the Bunbury Music Festival and the co-founder of the MidPoint Music Festival.
You can follow developments with the festival on social media via the following links:
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