The festival announcements keep rolling in this month, as Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati has just revealed its 2016 lineup. Now in its fifth year, Bunbury will take place from June 2-5 in downtown Cincinnati and top-of-the-list artists include The Killers, Florence and the Machine, Tom Petty’s Mudcrutch, Tears for Fears, HAIM, Grimes, Ice Cube, Big Grams (Big Boi & Phantogram), Umphrey’s McGee, The Dear Hunter, The Mowgli’s, Diarrhea Planet, and more.
Tickets to Bunbury Music Festival are on sale now, ranging from $169 for three-day general admission passes to $1,199 for three-day “Ultimate” VIP Tickets. Regular VIP passes are going for just $389. Already, the Early Bee Three Day GA Tickets priced at $135 are sold out, so fans should expect tickets to move quickly. VIP passes include Separate VIP entrance into the festival, stage front viewing area at both main stages, swag bag with commemorative poster and festival essentials, lockers with charging stations, private restrooms, complimentary food and water, as well as private bars with drink specials. Ultimate VIP includes side stage viewing access (at bands discretion), four drink tickets per day, as well as complimentary parking for all three days of the festival. On the secondary market, 3-day passes to Bunbury Music Festival are currently averaging $319, with the cheapest pass priced at $193.
This year’s festival will utilize RFID-enabled wristbands and cashless payment technology to make the festival both cash-free and convenient for attendees. The wristband is both the ticket to get into Bunbury as well as a digital wallet to make purchases at the festival at the all food vendors, beer gardens, and merchandise tents.