Bunbury Music Festival 2019 Lineup Announced
Fall Out Boy, Greta Van Fleet, The 1975, Girl Talk and Run The Jewels will headline the 2019 Bunbury Music Festival, announced today by PromoWest Productions. One of the country's premier music festivals now celebrating its eighth year, Bunbury will return to downtown Cincinnati's Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove, transforming the banks of the Ohio River into a vibrant three-day festival experience May 31-June 2, 2019. Bunbury has received critical acclaim from Billboard, USA Today, Pollstar and Yahoo! Music, and was named among the Top 16 Music Festivals by CNN Travel in 2017.
Joining the 2019 headliners is a jam-packed, eclectic lineup of national, regional and local acts including: NF, Machine Gun Kelly, AWOLNATION, Stone Temple Pilots, Sublime with Rome, Dashboard Confessional, Clutch, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, lovelytheband, Blue October, Bayside, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aces, Poppy, Joywave, Jeremy Zucker, Jukebox the Ghost, Flora Cash, Reignwolf, Witt Lowry, Lauren Sanderson, The Clarks, SHAED, HALFNOISE, Great Good Fine Ok, The Blue Stones, The Candescents, Common Kings, bülow, Tropidelic, You vs Yesterday, Taylor Janzen, RADATTACK, The Orphan The Poet, TRIIIBE, and more.
"We are so excited to bring another weekend of great music to Cincinnati," says PromoWest Productions' Scott Stienecker. "This lineup offers something for everyone which is so important. We always strive to host a variety of artists and we think we have done that again in 2019."
General Admission and VIP weekend passes are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com. For ticket information and pricing visit BunburyFestival.com/tickets. For vendor, volunteer and sponsor information, visit BunburyFestival.com.
Bunbury Music Festival will feature three days of performances on three stages throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove May 31-June 2, 2019. Bunbury returns to Cincinnati for its eighth year following critical acclaim from Billboard, USA Today, Pollstar and Yahoo! Music, and was named among the Top 16 Music Festivals by CNN Travel in 2017.