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Buckle Up Music Festival adds Randy Houser, Brooke Eden and Maggie Rose to lineup

Brad Paisley, Chad Rice previously announced
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Posted at 10:19 AM, Jun 20, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-30 10:11:10-04

CINCINNATI — Buckle Up Music Festival organizers revealed more performers on the country music festival's lineup on Monday.

Randy Houser, Brooke Eden and Maggie Rose will join previously announced headliners Brad Paisley and Chase Rice, as well as singers Tyler Farr, Maddie & Tae, Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots, Jessie James Decker, Corey Smith, Mo Pitney, McGuffey Lane, Carter Winter, Christian Kaser, Billy Brown Band and Noah Smith. The festival is scheduled Aug. 5-6 at Summit Park in Blue Ash.

The country music festival is returning after a year’s absence. PromoWest Productions put the concert series on hiatus after purchasing both Buckle Up and the Bunbury Music Festival from local businessman Bill Donabedian in 2014. Buckle Up's inaugural festival was held in July 2014 at Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove.

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Two-day tickets for this year's festival cost $99 and are on sale on Buckle Up's website. Fans also can purchase a two-day VIP option for $299 that includes a separate festival entrance, stagefront viewing, lockers with charging stations, complimentary food and water, private bars with discount drink prices, private restrooms and an air-conditioned tent. An $850 two-day ticket option gives fans access to side-viewing stage platforms, four drinks per day and parking passes for both days of the festival. Single-day tickets will go on sale for $55 starting July 5.

“We are thrilled to be able to bring such a range of talent to Blue Ash for such an affordable price,” said Scott Stienecker, president and CEO of PromoWest Productions.  

Similar to this year's Bunbury Music Festival, Buckle Up will be “cashless” starting this year. PromoWest will mail festival attendees a radio frequency identification (RFID) wristband that they can put money on like a prepaid credit card to make purchases at the festival.

For more information visit the Buckle Up Festival website.