Bunbury 2013 to Bring Fun., MGMT, The National, & more
The Bunbury Music Festival is coming back this summer with three more days of riverfront performances headlined by Fun., MGMT, and The National. Those of us that were in attendance last July have been eagerly awaiting today's announcement of the 2013 lineup.
The festival takes place this July 12-14 at Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove. As founder Bill Donabedian promised to us last week, the lineup is once again impressive and current. In addition to the headliners, festival-goers will see popular bands such as Youngblood Hawke, Cake, Sky Ferreira, Twenty | One | Pilots, Tegan & Sara, and Tokyo Police Club.
We are pleased to also see several notable local bands on the bill including Walk The Moon, Seabird, The Pinstripes, You, You're Awesome, and The Upset Victory. View the entire lineup below, or visit our Bunbury Festival 2013 schedule page.
Friday, July 12
Walk The Moon – Tegan & Sara – Devotchka - Tokyo 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 – Public
Alone at 3am – The Mitchells – Pete Dressman – Billy Wallace
Saturday, July 13
Cake – Twenty | One | Pilots – Atlas Genius – Chairlift
We Are Scientists – Oberhofer – Robert DeLong – Civil Twilight
The Mowglis – Empires – 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 – Margaret Darling
Sunday, July 14
Belle & Sebastian – Yo La Tengo – Camera Obscura
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears – Night Terrors of 1927
A Silent Film – Gregory Alan Isakov – Joe Purdy
Savoir Adore – Daniel Martin Moore – Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Gringo Star – DAAP Girls – The Hiders – Channing & Quinn – The Harlequins
CincyMusic.com Battle for Bunbury – Bethesda – The Upset Victory – Mia Carruthers
Mark Utley – Jake Kolesar – Ben Knight
We are also partnering with Bunbury Festival to host the CincyMusic.com Battle for Bunbury. Fans will vote every day until May 31st to determine what band will earn a spot on the Bunbury 2013 lineup in addition to airplay on The Project 100.7 / 106.3! For more information on the CincyMusic.com Battle for Bunbury, read our announcement article.