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Bunbury 2013 Lineup:
FUN., Tokyo Police Club, Those Darlins, Walk the Moon, Jay Nash, Seabird, Youngblood Hawke, Sky Ferreira, Buffalo Killers, We are Snapdragon, Josh Eagle, Tegan and Sara, Red Wanting Blue, Everest, State Song, Old Baby, Pete Dressman, Delta Rae, The Dunwells, American Authors, Ohio Knife, Alone at 3am, Billy Wallace, Beat Club, Public, The Mitchells, MGMT, Atlas Genius, Bearhands, Cake, Christopher Paul Stelling, You, You’re Awesome, We are Scientists, Oberhofer, The Pinstripes, Black Owls, Tim Carr, Twenty | One | Pilots, Chairlift, The Mowgli’s, Ben Walz Band, The Bears of Blue River, Taylor Alexander, Robert DeLong, Civil Twilight, Vacationer, Messerly & Ewing, The Ready Stance, Margaret Darling, Empires, Ambassadors, Culture Queer, New Vega, The National, Yo La Tengo, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Daniel Martin Moore, Channing & Quinn, Belle & Sebastian, DAAP Girls, Night Terrors of 1927, Savior Adore, The Hiders, Camera Obscura, Mark Utley, The Harlequins, A Silent Film, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Bethesda, Jake Kolesar, Gregory Alan Isakov, Gringo Star, The Upset Victory, Mia Carrruthers, Ben Knight, Joe Purdy.
Bunbury Music Festival returns to Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove on July 12-14, 2013, and has announced its VIP ticket package today. The festival has also confirmed that the 2013 headliners will be revealed on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013.
There are a very limited number of VIP tickets available for the 2013 event, and sales for these tickets will end on Sunday, June 30, 2013. Three-day ticket prices are $295 and include the following:
• Viewing area, stage left of the main stage
• Air-conditioned tent and restrooms
• Surprise performances each day
• Complimentary chair massages
• Private bar with drink specials
• Other fun and surprises
Bunbury Music Festival returns to Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove on July 12--14, 2013, and is now accepting applications for advocacy groups, food, mobile food, merchandise, craft and business (sales or recruitment) vendors. The festival offers a vast array of options including tents, booth space and more.
“We are recruiting and searching for the most respected and admired vendors the city and region has to offer. This is a chance for vendors to put their product, service or message in front of 15,000 to 20,000 people each day,” said Bill Donabedian, Bunbury organizer. Read more