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Bunbury Music Festival's 2020 lineup stars Twenty One Pilots, Avett Brothers

Posted at 7:15 PM, Jan 30, 2020

CINCINNATI — Twenty One Pilots, Marshmello and The Avett Brothers are the headline acts for this year’s Bunbury Music Festival.

Those bands will be joined by Angels & Airwaves, goth-pop crybaby Melanie Martinez, rock group Cake, and Blackbear, the short king of R&B, for the sixth edition of the annual outdoor event taking place June 5-7 at Sawyer Point Park and Yeatman's Cove.

PromoWest Productions revealed the entire lineup Thursday evening inside the Woodward Theater.

PromoWest will release the daily schedule of performances sometime in early spring.

Tier-one, three-day general admission tickets for Bunbury cost $189 and can be purchased at bunburyfestival.com.

Last year's Bunbury lineup featured headliners Fall Out Boy, Greta Van Fleet, The 1975, Girl Talk and Run the Jewels.

This could be the last year PromoWest hosts Bunbury along the Cincinnati side of the Ohio River. The festival has been held in Cincinnati's two riverfront parks since 2012.

PromoWest is currently constructing a $40 million indoor/outdoor concert venueas part of Ovations, a massive mixed-use development located near the Ohio River in Newport, Kentucky.

PromoWest marketing director Marissa McClellan said the new music venue would host its first concert in early 2021 during Thursday's reveal party.