May 31-June 2, 2019
The Queen Bee of them all. Bunbury Music Festival takes place along the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove. Bunbury has hosted artists such as Flaming Lips, Fun., Weezer, and Death Cab for Cutie. The 2018 headliners included Jack White, The Chainsmokers, Post Malone, and Incubus. Bunbury Music Festival calls itself an alternative music festival, but each year there are bands for everyone throughout the weekend.
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What pairs better with country music than beer and bourbon? Summit Park hosted country superstars Kellie Pickler, Eli Young Band and Chase Rice on the stage, plus a beer and whiskey garden, food vendors and family-friendly activities. The best part? Admission is free!
July 25-27, 2019
Starting in 1962 as an all-jazz concert, this festival has evolved and grown into a two-day festival featuring amazing music from the hottest stars in R&B, jazz, soul and hip-hop. The Cincinnati Music Festival is held annually at Paul Brown Stadium. This year's headliners included DJ Jazzy Jeff, Charlie Wilson, Boyz II Men, and The Roots.
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Combine your love for camping with your love for music at this brand-new event featuring two days of live alternative music on two stages. Bands included MGMT, The Flaming Lips, Local Natives, Dr. Dog, Whitney, and more. The festival is family friendly and camping is not required.
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Founded in 2006 by Bryce Dessner of The National, MusicNOW set out on a mission to present the best in contemporary music, offer artists an opportunity to take risks, and commission new work. The Homecoming Festival takes place at Smale Riverfront Park and features a variety of world-class contemporary classical, electronica, folk, and alternative rock concerts, with special exhibitions and talks throughout the festival weekend. Headliners in 2018 included The National, Father John Misty, Feist, Future Islands, Lord Huron, The Breeders, Moses Sumney, Julien Baker, Alvvays, and Big Thief.
With additional reporting by Amber Potter.