Cincinnati: Tips to Attend Bunbury Music Festival

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Bunbury Music Festival opened yesterday with some great musical acts and was sold out! Cincinnati is loving the bands and completely enjoying the music, drinks and socializing- Just check out Instagram and you’ll see what I’m talking about. I thought I would give you a few tips if you are planning on attending today or tomorrow that may make your visit a little better! matt and kim bunbury music festval 2015

Bring a Few Things:
You will need your Driver’s License or State Id so have it with you. If you are a bringing a bag, they will check it so open it up and show them what’s inside. No weapons, coolers, food, pets, and so on are not permitted. To see the complete list, check here! It will be hot, there will be sun, there maybe rain, it will be crowded and loud! So a few things you may want to bring are things like sunblock, sunglasses or a hat, a blanket, poncho or umbrella, bug spray, ear plugs, hand sanitizer (bathrooms will be crowded and port a potties will run out of it) and your camera (no professional type cameras will be permitted). You can also bring a bottle of water with you, don’t throw it away when your done, there are water fountains and you can refill your bottle all day. You are not permitted to bring food or other drinks, so water bottles are great!

Entering the Venue:
The lines yesterday were wrapped around many, many blocks of downtown Cincinnati. But with that being said, the lines moved very quickly. The biggest hold up is the people that did not have their tickets readily available and some time to put bracelets on each and every guest walking in the venue! The staff was very friendly and patient but have your ticket ready, this will help keep the line moving and less time missing out on the music! They have also opened additional entrances to allow for a quicker entrance into the venue- Pete Rose Way at the end of Eggleston Ave by the entrance at Sawyer Point, at Butler as well as Public Landing by Yeatman’s Cove.

Bring Cash:
If you plan on eating or drinking while you are there, you will need cash to pay! There are ATM’s on site, but I have to tell you, I don’t think anyone either remember to bring cash or just didn’t bring enough, the lines for the ATM where always very long! So stop and grab plenty of cash before you come to help save time  and suffering of standing in line.

bunbury music 2015Parking:
Parking is available everywhere downtown, but can get pretty pricey! I paid $10 to park but walked about 4 blocks to get to the venue. The lots directly near the festival were $25 per vehicle to park. So have cash or try out Uber-the official safe ride of Bunbury! Use promo code BUNWEB15 for up to $20 off your FIRST ride. You can sign up here! You can also take a bike on the Cincinnati Bike Rental at Wheel Fun Rentals starting at $8 a day.

 

 

 

Download the App:
Save this handy schedule to your phone or download the Bunbury App at the links below and build your own personal schedule!
App Store: http://apple.co/1IT7vQh
Google Play: http://bit.ly/1PsPWqj

Bathrooms:
There are several bathrooms and port a potties but the lines are pretty long, so be prepared and just bring a friend to stand in line with to pass the time! Here’s the map in case you need to find beverages & bathrooms! → http://bit.ly/1Q4l6tD
I received tickets to attend Bunbury Music Festival in exchange for a honest review. No other compensation was received and as always my opinion is 100% my own.

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Cincinnati: Bunbury Music Festival June 5-6, 2015

Bunbury Music Festival 2015

Bunbury Music Festival Announces 2015 Artist Lineup CINCINNATI

 PromoWest Productions announced today the 2015 lineup for Bunbury Music Festival, set to take place in downtown Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove June 5-7. The festival will feature an eclectic lineup spanning three days and four stages. The 2015 lineup features national, regional and local acts including The Black Keys, The Avett Brothers, Snoop Dogg, Brand New, Tame Impala, The Decemberists, Old Crow Medicine Show, twenty one pilots, Walk the Moon, Matt and Kim, Bleachers, Royal Blood, Manchester Orchestra, Father John Misty, Atmosphere, Temples, Shakey Graves, Kacey Musgraves, The Devil Makes Three, Reverend Horton Heat, Lindsey Stirling, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Jamestown Revival, Mikky Ekko, The
Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Mini Mansion, The Front Bottoms, Jessica Hernandez, Secret Sisters, Lil Dicky,  Machineheart, Multimagic, Buggs Tha Rocka, Go Analog, Bummers, Indigo Wild, Markham, & more.

Bunbury Music Festival celebrates its fourth year in 2015 and will transform the banks of the Ohio River into a vibrant music festival experience. With the recent acquisition by PromoWest Productions, Scott Stienecker, festival owner, says, “We are very excited to host the festival this year. We are confident that this year’s lineup will help take it to the next level.” Tickets are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com. For ticket information and pricing visit BunburyFestival.com/tickets.

BEE a VIP:
VIP tickets include an exclusive viewing area at the main and secondary stages, access to an air – conditioned hospitality tent with private bar, restrooms, surprise artist performances, meet & greets, complimentary massages and more.

BEE a Vendor:
Applications are being accepted for local and regional vendors. The festival offers a vast array of options for vendors including tents and booth space in front of 20,000 to 30,000 people daily plus receiving additional awareness through the Bunbury website and other promotional activities. Vendor applications and more information are available at bunburyfestival.com/participate/vendors.

BEE a Volunteer:
Applications are being accepted for volunteer positions. There is no application fee, multiple shifts are offered (morning, afternoon, evening) and opportunities include beverage sales, box office/gates, bullpen, clean team, greeters, information/lost and found, volunteer headquarters and team leaders. Regardless of when and where volunteers work, their role is critical to the success of the festival. Not all applicants are guaranteed selection.

Applications and more information are available at bunburyfestival.com/participate/volunteersopen.

BEE a Sponsor:
Activation space and sponsorship packages are still available. Please contact Becky Long at Becky@promowestlive.com.

BEE There:
Bunbury Music Festival: Friday & Saturday, June 5 & 6: 1pm– midnight and Sunday, June 7: 2– 11pm more

About Bunbury Music Festival:
Bunbury Music Festival is an alternative music festival that will feature three days of performances on four stages throughout Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove June 5 – 7, 2015. Bunbury returns to Cincinnati for its fourth year following critical acclaim from USA Today, Pollstar and Yahoo! Music. About PromoWest Productions: PromoWest Productions, having just celebrated its 30 – year anniversary in 2014, currently offers Columbus, Ohio, over 450 events a year at its venues LC Pavilion, Newport Music Hall, The Basement and A&R Music Bar. PromoWest opened the country’s second indoor/outdoor concert venue, Stage AE,
in downtown Pittsburgh in 2010. For more information on PromoWest, visit www.promowestlive.com. All artists are subject to change without notice.

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