The daily lineups for Bunbury 2019 have been announced.
Fall Out Boy, Greta Van Fleet, The 1975, Girl Talk and Run The Jewels will headline the 2019 Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, PromoWest Productions has announced.
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 for a three-day event May 31-June 2, 2019.
Single day tickets starting at $79 will go on sale this Friday, March 15, at 10 a.m. Three-day, VIP and Ultimate VIP tickets are on sale now.
The lineup of national, regional and local acts includes: 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.
Friday, May 31
Fall Out Boy
Stone Temple Pilots
Machine Gun Kelly
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
The Orphan The Poet
You vs Yesterday
Saturday, June 1
Greta Van Fleet
Sublime with Rome
Jukebox the Ghost
Great Good Fine Ok
The Blue Stones
Jack Burton Overdrive
Sunday, June 2
Run the Jewels
Friday Pilots Club
General Admission and VIP weekend passes are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com.
3-day admission packages start at $189.
For ticket information and pricing visit BunburyFestival.com/tickets.
For vendor, volunteer and sponsor information, visit BunburyFestival.com.
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.
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