CINCINNATI -- MidPoint Music Festival announced its full artist lineup Wednesday for the 16th edition of its three-day festival, which will feature more than 75 local, regional, national and internationally recognized acts performing this September in Over-The-Rhine.
Single-day tickets will go on sale at 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 15. Three-day passes are still available for $99 at the link here, but they will no longer be available when single-day tickets go on sale.
Friday, Sept. 23 acts include: Future Islands, Tokyo Police Club, Antibalas, Langhorne Slim & The Law, Into It. Over It., Lau, Cereus Bright, The James Hunter Six, PUBLIC, Ona, Julia Jacklin, Dead Horses, Hoops, Molly Sullivan, Joesph, Pluto Revolts, Leggy, Royal Holland, Smut, Injecting Strangers and Darla.
Saturday, Sept. 24 acts include: JJ Grey & Mofro, Reggie Watts, Wolf Parade, Frightened Rabbit, Kamasi Washington, Bob Mould, The Mountain Goats, Car Seat Headrest, The Budos Band, Russian Circles, Helms Alee, Oh Pep!, Lucy Dacus, Mike Floss, Lucky Chops, Multimagic, The Harlequins, Honeyspiders, Sound & Shape, By Light We Loom, Mala In Se, Knife The Symphony, Wild Prxfits, Nights, Animal Mother, Smoke Signals…, Orchards, Baby Money & The Down Payments, Ryan Fine & The Media and Honduras.
Sunday, Sept. 25 acts include: Band Of Horses, Lucero, Houndmouth, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Nada Surf, Josh Ritter, The Wood Brothers, AJJ, Elephant Revival, Aloha, Joan Of Arc, Aubrie Sellers, Potty Mouth, Vandaveer, Keeps, Parsonsfield, Amber Arcades, Diners, Kepi Ghoulie, The Mobros, Blank Range, Young Heirlooms, The Easthills, Coconut Milk, Alone At 3am, Modern Aquatic, The Fervor, Darlene and Us, Today.
MidPoint Music Festival will transform Over-the-Rhine near Main and Sycamore streets into an all-day musical festival experience for people of all ages, as well as feature some of Cincinnati’s local restaurant and craft beer vendors. Four stages will be set up as part of the event in Over-the-Rhine, three of which will be ticketed, and one stage accessible to the public to enjoy at no cost.