CINCINNATI -- Muse and Wiz Khalifa will headline this year's Bunbury Music Festival.
Festival organizers PromoWest Productions announced the full lineup during a party at the Woodward Theater Tuesday.
Other top-billed performers at the event include G-Eazy, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, The 1975, Thirty Seconds to Mars and Death Cab For Cutie. Other performers include The Shins, AFI, Jon Bellion, D.R.A.M., Flogging Molly, Mutemath, Tech N9ne, Hayley Kiyoko, Mike Stud, Moon Taxi, Rev. Horton Heat, NF, Watsky, Kevin Garrett, Protoje, Eden, Cobi, Arkells, Civil Twilight, CVBZ, San Fermin, July Talk, VHS Collection, Dreamers, Charlie Hirsch, Flor, White Reaper, Caamp, Time Cat, The Upset Victory, Liberty Deep Down, Flying Underground, Current Events and Alex Angelo.
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The festival will return from June 2-4 at Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove.
Festival organizer PromoWest Productions had already announced that British indie rock band The 1975 will perform on the first day of the festival.
Earlier this month, PromoWest marketing director Megan Doster said PromoWest would not bring back the cashless payment system using radio frequency identification device (RFID) wristbands that the promoter introduced at the festival in 2016. PromoWest will instead resume using paper tickets and allowing cash sales with festival vendors.
Doster said PromoWest is working to address the ATM and cellphone signal issues the festival experienced in 2015.
Three-day passes for Bunbury are currently on sale at bunburyfestival.com. Tuesday's party also will be the last opportunity for people to purchase "early bee" discounted tickets for the festival before prices increase on Wednesday.
Doster said PromoWest will announce when single-day tickets will go on sale in the coming weeks.