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Bunbury promises some fun.
February 19, 2013 - Andy Gray
Fun., MGMT and The National will be the headliners for the 2013 Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati.
Organizers announced the lineup this morning for the three-day music festival in downtown Cincinnati.
Here are the acts that will fill the fest’s six stages:
FRIDAY, JULY 12: fun., Walk the Moon, Tegan & Sara, Devotchka, Tokyo Police Club, Red Wanting Blue, Youngblood Hawke, Delta Rae, Sky Ferreira, The Features, The Dunwells, Everest, Those Darlins, Beat Club, American Authors, Seabird, Buffalo Killers, Jay Nash, Josh Eagle, We Are Snapdragon, State Song, Ohio Knife, Old Baby, Alone at 3 a.m., Public, The Mitchells, Pete Dressman and Billy Wallace.
SATURDAY, JULY 13: MGMT, Cake, Twenty One Pilots, Atlas Genius, Chairlift, We Are Scientists, Oberhofer, Robert DeLong, Civil Twilight, The Mowglis, Empre, Ambassadors, Vacationer, Bear Hands, The Pinstripes, You You’re Awesome, Ben Walz Band, Christopher Paul Stelling, Culture Queer, Black Owls, The Bears of Blue River, Messerly & Ewing, New Vega, The Ready Stance, Tim Carr, Taylor Alexander and Margaret Darling.
SUNDAY, JULY 14: The National, Belle & Sebastian, Yo La Tengo, Camera Obscura, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, Night Terrors of 1927, A Silent Film. Gregory Alan Isakov, Joe Purdy, Savoir Adore, Daniel Martin Moore, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Gringo Star, Daap Girls, The Hiders, Channing & Quinn, The Harlequins, Bethesda, The Upset Victory, Mia Carruthers, Mark Utley, Jake Kolesar and Ben Knight.
It’s nice to see organizers showcasing some local success stories. Cincy’s Walk the Moon is the second-billed act for opening night, and The National (which now is based in Brooklyn but started in Cincinnati) is the headliner for Sunday. And the addition of Ohio’s Red Wanting Blue makes for an appealing opening night lineup.
The music runs from 2 p.m. to midnight July 12 and 13 and 2 to 11 p.m. on July 14. Tickets are $55 for a day pass and $110 for the weekend and are available at the Bunbury Fest link to the right.
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