Bunbury Music Festival This Weekend in Cincinnati, OH

Article Contributed by Bunbury Music … | Published on Monday, July 9, 2012

The Bunbury Music Festival, recently named one of the “Top 10 Essential Summer Festivals” by Yahoo Music, is this weekend July 13-15 along Cincinnati’s riverfront. In addition to previously announced headliners including Jane’s Addiction, Weezer and Death Cab for Cutie, there will be more than 100 live performances on six stages over three days.Tickets for the event are $46 for a one-day pass and $93 for a three-day pass and are on-sale at www.bunburyfestival.com/tickets. For more information please visit: www.bunburyfestival.comFriday, July 13Jane’s AddictionMinus the Bear - O.A.RFoxy Shazam - Ra Ra RiotLP - Matt Pryor - Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band - PonderosaAll Get OutThe Minor Leagues - Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk - She Does Is Magic  -Bo & the Locomotive - Tristen  - Pet ClinicCrash KingsCapital CitiesKids These DaysG Miles & the HitmenFind ViennaHumble HomeEmily & the ComplexesDJs:Ice Cold TonyCJ the DJAlex PeaceDJ AMFMixin MarcAlchemist Saturday, July 14WeezerManchester Orchestra - GroupLove RJD2 - Dan DeaconJukebox the Ghost- The Bright Light Social Hour - Kevin DevineThe Silent Comedy - Graffiti 6 - 1,2,3  - Secret MusicMesserly & Ewing - 500 Miles To Memphis - Lions RampantJeremy Pinnell & the 55’s - Wheels on Fire - HotfoxImagine DragonsAlberta CrossThe 4 On The FloorThe SundressesSphynxBlack TaxiOld LightsDJs:Davey CDJ ETraynBig OnceDJ SpiderDJ Irie Sunday, July 15Death Cab for CutieGuided By VoicesCity and ColourMargot & The Nuclear So & So’s - Good Old War - Lights - Will Hoge - Maps & Atlases - YAWN  - Now, NowWussy - Seedy Seeds - The TillersNeon TreesThe Deep Dark WoodsUMENikki LanePomegranatesBlack OwlsBelle HistoireChild BiteArlo McKinley and the Lonesome SoundRachel Ann FigleyThe Black TapeArcher’s Paradox DJs:DJ PrismDJ D-LODJ IvyMr. BestMick Boogie Bunbury Music Festival will also feature an EcoMarket, a tech pavilion and an area for t-shirt and poster printers, called “Inkerton.”