Event Features 40 Bands, & A Craft Beer Village
This one is, and although you can’t tie up your boat to it, you can get wild if not wet, at the Bunbury Music Festival. In Cincinnati, it’s THE place to “bee” as they like to say, May 31-June 2 in 2019.
Headliners include Fall Out Boy, Greta Van Fleet, The 1975, Girl Talk and Run The Jewels. The festival also has national, regional and local acts, filling up its two main stages, one side stage and one acoustic stage.
In all, there are 40 bands playing during the three days and nights. There are also DJs, which turn one of the stages at night into nightclub.
It all takes place at the riverfront Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove and goes from Noon-11 p.m., on Friday and Saturday and 1-11 on Sunday.
Of course, you can’t have a festival without beer there a craft beer village located North West of the Pavilion Stage, near the Cincinnatus statue. Pouring there is Braxton Brewing Company, 50 West. Blue Moon, Lagunitas, Leinenkugel, New Belgium, Sun King, and Terripan. There is also Miller Lite at concession stands.
Tickets are in three-day packages and include in-and-out privileges. The prices are $189 for GA, $450 for VIP, and $1,299 for Unlimited VIP.
The event’s website – bunburyfestival.com – has details on each tier, a link to buy tickets and a complete rundown of all 40 bands.