ONES TO WATCH: Bunbury Festival 2018


Bunbury Festival is returning again in June 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Many well-known artists are performing this year such as Blink 182, Jack White, and The Chainsmokers. We took a look at all the artists in this year’s line-up and found five artists you definitely need to see!

#1 BAND: Vesperteen
Originating from Columbus, Ohio, Vesperteen has gained incredible momentum the past few months! A strong fan-base has developed, especially after being the opening for Twenty One Pilots. This incredible alt-pop band is definitely not one you would want to miss!
LISTEN: ‘Feathers So Hollow’

#2 BAND: The Wrecks
The Wrecks are an alternative band from Los Angeles with an amazing stage presence. Any concert you attend of theirs will definitely be one to remember, so why not see them at Bunbury! Check out their first single below.
LISTEN: ‘Favorite Liar’

#3 BAND: A R I Z O N A
This rock and electro-pop band from New Jersey released their last album, GALLERY, in May 2017. They soon gained popularity and made their way up the charts. If you have a listen, you’d agree that their music is perfect for any music festival!
LISTEN: ‘Oceans Away’

This indie pop band from Los Angeles has one of the most unique sounds out of those playing Bunbury. Since 2014, the band has grown exponentially–even gaining radio play in the recent months! Give them a listen here AND at Bunbury!
LISTEN: ‘Good Girls’

#5 BAND: Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness is not a stranger to music festivals. The reason why can be easily determined by listening to his music. His alternative songs are perfect for any summer day! You definitely do not want to miss him at Bunbury,
LISTEN: ‘So Close’

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