New Bands & Daily Lineup Announced for MidPoint Music Festival

Taking place in Downtown Cincinnati on September 23-24, 2017, MidPoint Music Festival had previously announced an impressive lineup including Walk The Moon, The New Pornographers, Broken Social Scene, Frightened Rabbit, & more.

This morning, MPMF announced 28 additional bands and revealed the daily lineup. The full lineup boasts 56 acts over 2 days–but the best part of these new additions is how many of them are local to Cincinnati! MidPoint has always been a showcase for local talent and this year is no exception.

Weekend passes and VIP passes are on sale now, as well as single day passes for Saturday and Sunday. If you’re feeling lucky, we’re also giving away a pair of weekend passes!

Saturday, September 23, 2017 (new additions in bold)

The New Pornographers
Broken Social Scene
Frightened Rabbit
Filthy Friends
Valerie June
The Cactus Blossoms
William Elliott Whitmore
Adam Torres
David Luning
Mad Anthony
Virginia Man
Brat Curse
Swarming Branch
Kid Stardust
Even Tiles
Youth Yamada
Lemon Sky
The Speedbumps
Saturn Batteries
Blossom Hall
Rachel Mousie
Lo, The Loyal Conscripts

Sunday, September 24, 2017 (new additions in bold)

Walk The Moon
Dan Deacon
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
Aaron Lee Tasjan
Mandolin Orange
Charly Bliss
Flint Eastwood
The Ghost Of Paul Revere
Urban Renewal Project
Amy O
Jeremy Pinnell
Young Heirlooms
Daniel In Stereo
Edward & Jane
Bicentennial Bear
A Delicate Motor
Current Events
Coastal Club
The Long Lost


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Get Ready for MidPoint Music Festival 

One of the best times of the year is almost here, MidPoint Music Festival! MPMF will feature more than 50 local, regional, national and internationally recognized acts including a diverse mix of up-and-coming artists and bands in addition to some of the biggest names in festival history. Taking place at a new location this year, fans can enjoy music across four stages at the Taft Theatre, the Ballroom at the Taft Theatre, the Masonic Cathedral, and the Masonic Ballroom.