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Published: 2013/02/19

Bunbury Music Festival: FUN., The National, MGMT, Cake, Yo La Tengo and More

FUN., MGMT, The National, Cake, Walk the Moon, Belle & Sebastian, Yo La Tengo, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears and more will be performing at the Bunbury Music Festival. The event—which takes place July 12-14 in downtown Cincinnati, OH—will feature 80 acts spread out across six stages. Three-day passes to the festival are currently on sale for $110, with VIP tickets available for $295. Other artists at the festival include Tegan & Sara, Devotchka, Delta Rae, Atlas Genius, Chairlift, We Are Scientists and Camera Obscura, among others. The daily schedule for Bunbury can be found here and the daily lineup can be found below.

Bunbury Daily Lineups

Friday, July 12

Sky Ferreira
The Features
Tokyo Police Club
Red Wanting Blue
Tegan and Sara
Youngblood Hawke
The Dunwells
Delta Rae
Those Darlins
Beat Club
American Authors
Buffalo Killers
Jay Nash
Josh Eagle
We Are Snapdragon
State Song
Ohio Knife
Old Baby
Alone At 3AM
The Mitchells
Pete Dressman
Billy Wallace
Saturday, July 13

Robert DeLong
Civil Twilight
We Are Scientists
The Mowgli’s
Twenty One Pilots
Atlas Genius
Bear Hands
The Pinstripes
You, You’re Awesome
Ben Walz Band
Christopher Paul Stelling
Culture Queer
Black Owls
The Bears of Blue River
Messerly And Ewing
New Vega
The Ready Stance
Tim Carr
Taylor Alexander
Margaret Darling

Sunday, July 14

The National
Gregory Alan Isakov
Joe Purdy
Belle & Sebastian
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
Savoir Adore
Yo La Tengo
Night Terrors of 1927
Daniel Martin Moore
Camera Obscura
A Silent Film
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Gringo Star
DAAP Girls
The Hiders
Channing & Quinn
The Upset Victory
Mia Carruthers
Mark Utley
Jake Kolesar
Ben Knight


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Yossarian February 19, 2013, 14:09:43

Living in Cincinnati is lame sometimes. I’m sure they were like “yeah, let’s start a music festival- but make sure you don’t book any bands that might cause all the Cincy hipsters to take their cardigans off and dance like life is good”. Better than last year’s lineup though I guess.

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