Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati Announces Additional Acts
Bunbury Music Festival today announced its full lineup and daily schedules for its return to downtown Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove for three power-packed days of music across six stages on Friday, July 11; Saturday, July 12 and Sunday, July 13, 2014. A full performance schedule for each day can be found at bunburyfestival.com.
FRIDAY, JULY 11: Empire Of The Sun, Fitz And The Tantrums, Cage The Elephant, Veruca Salt, Heartless Bastards, Dead Sara, Bad Suns, J Roddy Walston & The Business, Wild Cub, Hundred Waters, Meg Myers, Mystery Skulls, Syd Arthur, X Ambassadors, Royal Teeth, Snowmine, Psychodots, Lydia Loveless, Black Owls, Family And Friends, Let It Happen, The Upset Victory, The Fanged Robot, Night Riots, Goldwing, Marc Scibilia, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Russell Howard (US), and Here Among The Mountains
SATURDAY, JULY 12: Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Foxy Shazam, Cults, New Politics, Andrew W.K. (SOLO), Kishi Bashi, Morning Parade, Hunter Hunted, Fly Golden Eagle, Bronze Radio Return, Crass Mammoth, Caspian, Lily & Madeleine, Miner, The Pass, Pluto Revolts, Jesse Thomas, G. Miles and the Hitmen, Brent James & The Vintage Youth, Jane Decker, Modoc, Bonesetters, Big Fresh, Molly Sullivan, Austin Livingood, Eva Ross, and Yellow Paper Planes
SUNDAY, JULY 13: The Flaming Lips, Young The Giant, Holy Ghost, ZZ Ward, Robert DeLong, The Orwells, Red Wanting Blue, Kopecky Family Band, Bear Hands, Brick + Mortar, The Ceremonies, The Black Cadillacs, The Lighthouse and The Whaler, Kim Taylor, Saintseneca, The Monument, Lamps & Voids, Young Heirlooms, Motherfolk, The Yugos, The Easthills, Clairaudients, Dan Tedesco, Kelly Thomas, and James Gilmore
Bunbury Music Festival celebrates its third year in 2014 and will feature eighty live performances across six stages throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove. The three-day event transforms the banks of the Ohio River into a unique music and festival experience. “We are thrilled with the 2014 lineup and learned so much from our first two years,” said Bill Donabedian, festival organizer “Fans can expect an event akin to 2012 and 2013 but with new features and tweaks that make Bunbury one of the country’s must-see music events.”
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW at: bunburyfestival.com/tickets.