Following the success of its 2018 edition, Bunbury Music Festival 2019 edition is all set to go on the floors. The 2019 edition Bunbury Music Festival has many awesome performances lined up from artists such as Fall Out Boy, Greta Van Fleet, The 1975, Girl Talk, and Run The Jewels.

Many of Bunbury Music Festival fans were annoyed after blink-182 proclaimed that they would not be able to perform at the 2018 edition of the Bunbury Music Festival due to some factors. There was some good news when the band was rescheduled to perform at 2019 edition of Bunbury Music Festival but only a few days ago the band announced that they won’t be able to perform because of the hard work they are putting in the studio for their next album.

Despite, blink-182 opting out of the festival, the three days final line up announced for the festival is pretty awesome and can fulfill the needs of music lovers of all kinds of genre.

Apart from the above-mentioned performances the line up for the 2019 edition of the Bunbury Music Festival includes performances from many popular artists such as 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, SHAED, HALFNOISE, Common Kings, Witt Lowry, Reignwolf, The Clarks, Lauren Sanderson, Flora Cash, Great Good Fine Ok, The Blue Stones, The Candescents, and more.

“We are so excited to bring another weekend of great music to Cincinnati,” PromoWest Productions’ Scott Stienecker said in a statement. “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.”

General Admission and VIP weekend passes are on sale now and the starting price is set at $189 for three-day General Admission Tickets. Once the allotment of Tier 2 passes sells out, the price will increase. Payment plans are available on the website you can also check out ticketmaster.com  for General Admission Ticket and VIP Passes.

According to reports submitted to Pollstar’s Boxoffice, Bunbury Music Festival 2018 edition sold 60,000 tickets and grossed $4.2 million – a 42 percent increment in revenue compared to the 2017 edition, which grossed $2.95 million and sold 46,000 tickets.

Bunbury Music Festival will feature performances for three days on three stages throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove starting from May 31st and ending on 2nd June of 2019.

For tickets and festival related information, you can also visit bunburyfestival.com.

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