After much anticipation, the Bunbury Music Festival has released most of its 2014 lineup.
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CINCINNATI -- After much anticipation, the Bunbury Music Festival has released most of its 2014 lineup .
While there is still one headliner to be announced, The Flaming Lips and Fall Out Boy are the big draw to this year’s event.
This year the three-day festival will be held on July 11-13.
Fall Out Boy will be joined by co-headliner Paramore and New Politics on Saturday, July 12.
Some of the other notable acts coming this year include: Fitz and the Tantrums, Young the Giant, Foxy Shazam, Veruca Salt and Andrew W.K.
The rest of the lineup released Friday includes: Cults, Holy Ghost!, Heartless Bastards, ZZ Ward, Rober Delong, Bad Suns, Kishi Bashi, The Orwells, J Roddy Walson and The Business, Morning Parade, Red Wanting Blue, Wild Cub, Hunter Hunted, Kopecky Family Band, Hundred Waters, Fly Golden Eagle, Bear Hands, Meg Myers, Bronze Radio Return, Brick + Mortar, Mystery Skulls, Crass Mammoth, The Ceremonies, Syd Arthur Caspian, The Lighthouse and The Whaler, X Ambassadors, Lily & Madeleine, Kim Taylor, Royal Teeth, Miner, Saintseneca, Snowmine, The Pass, The Monument, psychodots, Pluto Revolts, Lamps & Voids, Lydia Loveless, Jesse Thomas, Young Heirlooms, Black Owls, G. Miles & the Hitmen, Motherfolk, Family And Friends, Brent James & The Vintage Youth, The Yugos, Let It Happen, Jane Decker, The Easthills, The Upset Victory, Modoc, Clairaudients, The Fanged Robot, Bonesetters, Dan Tedesco, Night Riots, Big Fresh, Kelly Thomas, Goldwing, Molly Sullivan, James Gilmore, Marc Scibilia, Austin Livingood, Daniel In Stereo, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Eva Ross, Russell Howard (US), Yellow Paper Planes and Here Among The Mountains.
Festival officials said the final headliner will be announced soon.
Tickets are on sale for the event, but the prices will be going up after Friday.
Currently a one-day pass is $55 and a three-day pass is $130; those prices will go up to $65 and $145. A VIP three-day pass is $325.
For tickets and more information, go to: http://bunburyfestival.com/
That's not the only major music festival coming to the riverfront this summer. Bunbury's organizers are also launching a country and folk music themed festival the weekend after the alt-rock celebration.
The Buckle Up Music Festival will feature a variety of musical styles including country, folk, bluegrass, rock, roots, Americana and more. Willie Nelson has been announced as one of festival's headliners.
Ticket prices for that festival will mirror that of Bunbury's.
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