Bunbury Music Festival has revealed its lineup for 2017. The three-day music festival, which will run from June 2-4, will feature Muse, Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, Bassnectar and Pretty Lights at the top of the bill. The festival will take place at Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove in downtown Cincinnati.
Three-day general admission tickets ($179) and three-day VIP passes ($399) are on sale now via Ticketmaster.com.
Three-day Bunbury attendance was approximately 43,000 last year, down from 54,000 in 2015. Capacity for the festival is secure at 60,000, and the festival will likely sell out given the stacked roster.
Bunbury Festival passes are also on sale through the resale market, where passes are currently averaging $452, with the cheapest pass priced at $200.
The rest of the lineup includes: The 1975, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Death Cab for Cutie, The Shins, AFI, Jon Bellion, D.R.A.M., Flogging Molly, MUTEMATH, Tech N9ne, Watsky, Mike Stud, Moon Taxi, Reverend Horton Heat, NF, Hayley Kiyoko, Kevin Garrett, Protoje, Eden, Cobi, Arkells, Civil Twilight, CVBZ, San Fermin, July Talk, VHS Collection, Dreamers, Frenship, Charlie Hirsch, White Reaper, CAAMP, Time Cat, The Upset Victory, Liberty Deep Down, Flying Underground and Current Events.
How has Bunbury stacked up against other major festivals? Take a look at the infographic below to compare festival prices from some of the most affordable destinations in 2016: