Bunbury Music Festival announced its full three-day 2013 lineup with The National, Fun. and MGMT as headliners.
In a press release, festival organizer Bill Donabedian provided this statement: “We are thrilled with the 2013 lineup and learned so much from our first year. Fans can expect an event akin to 2012 but with new features and tweaks that will propel Bunbury into one of the country’s truly must-see events.”
Over the weekend of July 12-14, Bunbury Music Festival will feature 80 live performances on six stages at Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove, both located on the Ohio River.
Tickets are $55 for one-day passes and $110 for weekend passes. Both can be purchased on the festival’s website. After June 30, tickets will increase to $65 and $130 for each pass respectively.
Check out the full day-to-day lineup below:
Bunbury Music Festival 2013 Lineup:
Friday, July 12:
fun., Walk the Moon, Tegan & Sara, Devotchka, Tokoyo Police Club, Youngblood Hawke, Delta Rae, Sky Ferreira, The Features, Red Wanting Blue, The Dunwells, Everest, Those Darlins, Beat Club, American Authors, Seabird, Buffalo Killers, Jay Nash, Josh Eagle, We are Snapdragon, State Song, Ohio Knife, Old Baby, Alone at 3 am, Public, The Mitchells, Pete Dressman and Billy Wallace
Saturday, July 13:
MGMT, Cake, twenty|one|pilots, Atlas Genius, Chairlift, We Are Scientists, Oberhofer, Robert DeLong, Civil Twilight, The Mowglis, Empire, Ambassadors, Vacationer, Bear Hands, The Pinstripes, You, You’re Awesome, Ben Walz Band, Christopher Paul Stelling, Culture Queer, Black Owls, The Bears of Blue River, Messerly & Ewing, New Vega, The Ready Stance, Tim Carr (of Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound), Taylor Alexander and Margaret Darling
Sunday, July 14:
The National, Belle & Sebastian, Yo La Tengo, Camera Obscura, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Night Terrors of 1927, A Silent Film, Gregory Alan Isakov, Joe Purdy, Savior Adore, Daniel Martin Moore, Benjam Francis Leftwich, Gringo Star, Daap Girls, The Hingers, Channing & Quinn, The Harlequins, CincyMusic.com Battle for Bunbury, Bethesda, The Upset Victory, Mia Carruthers, Mark Utley, Jake Kolesar and Ben Knight