Bunbury Music Festival 2014 This Weekend

This Friday-Saturday-Sunday, Bunbury Music Festival takes over downtown for the third year in a row. With headliners Empire Of The Sun, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, and Flaming Lips, and tons of noteworthy undercards, everyone is sure to find something they like.

The festival takes place at the scenic Cincinnati parks of Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s cove, and is regarded as one of the best festival experiences due to its great location and friendly atmosphere. The lineup is dotted with national rockstars and local favorites.

We’ve been interviewing and previewing Bunbury artists since the lineup was announced, but the best advice we can give you is to explore the entire lineup for bands you’ve never heard of before. You’ll be surprised.

Bunbury Music Festival 2014 Artist Previews

Andrew W.K. »
When/Where: Saturday 8:15p-9:15p @ Warsteiner Stage 

Caspian »
When/Where: Saturday 3:30p-4:15p @ River Stage 

Empire Of The Sun »
When/Where: Friday 10:15p-11:15p @ Main Stage 

Fall Out Boy »
When/Where: Saturday 10:00p-11:15p @ Main Stage 

Heartless Bastards » (Local)
When/Where: Friday 9:15p-10:15p @ Warsteiner Stage 

Lamps & Voids »
When/Where: Sunday 4:15p-5:00p @ Amphitheater Stage 

MODOC »
When/Where: Saturday 5:45p-6:30p @ Lawn Stage 

New Politics »
When/Where: Saturday 4:15p-5:00p @ Main Stage 

The Orwells » (Local)
When/Where: Sunday 8:00p-9:00p @ Warsteiner Stage 

Panama Wedding »
When/Where: Friday 3:30p-4:15p @ Warsteiner Stage 

Royal Teeth »
When/Where: Friday 2:00p-2:45p @ River Stage 

X Ambassadors »
When/Where: Friday 2:45p-3:30p @ Main Stage

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