Bunbury Festival
[Photo by: David Heasley]

The lineup for 2019’s Bunbury Music Festival has just been revealed with artists such as Fall Out Boy, the 1975, and more set to take the stage at this year’s incredible festival.

Check out the full lineup below!

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Fans were pretty bummed after blink-182 announced they would be unable to perform at last year’s Bunbury Festival “due to unseen circumstances.”

The band were rescheduled to perform at this year’s festival, but revealed only a couple days ago they would be unable to attend due to being “hard at work in the studio on [their] next album.”

Fortunately, the three-day festival’s lineup is still everything we ever needed.

Taking place in Cincinnati, Ohio, Bunbury Festival will host Fall Out Boy, Greta Van Fleet, The 1975, Girl Talk, and Run The Jewels as 2019’s headliners.

The lineup will also include:

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!

“We are so excited to bring another weekend of great music to Cincinnati,” says
PromoWest Productions’ Scott Stienecker. “This lineup offers something for
everyone which is so important. We always strive to host a variety of artists and
we think we have done that again in 2019.”

Bunbury Music Festival will feature three days of performances on three stages throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove May 31-June 2, 2019.

General admission tickets and VIP passes are now available for purchase through ticketmaster.com.

For further information regarding tickets festival information, please visit bunburyfestival.com.

Are you stoked for this year’s Bunbury lineup? Who are you most excited to see? Sound off in the comments below!

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