The lineup is a return to the rock.
There's Jack White. Blink-182. Incubus. Foster the People. Fitz and the Tantrums. Third Eye Blind. Peter Bjorn and John. Manchester Orchestra. Royal Blood.
And so on.
Alternative will dominate Cincinnati's Bunbury Music Festival this summer.
And that's a design based on experience, says Scott Stienecker of Bunbury owners, PromoWest Productions. Specifically, the experience of the 2015 schedule.
That was the festival's largest year, said Stienecker, CEO and president of the Columbus-based concert promoter.
"We are kind of at the mercy of who is touring," he said. "That molds the festival, but we did make a conscious effort to kind of go back to the 2015 feel of rock, alternative and indie rock."
2015 marked the first year PromoWest organized the annual event staged along the Ohio River at Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove.
The Black Keys, The Avett Brothers, Snoop Dogg, Tame Impala, Brand New and Father John Misty performed.
Still, rock isn't the only genre that will represent on Bunbury stages June 1-3. Other headliners include hip-hop artist Post Malone and electronica DJ duo The Chainsmokers.
Other acts announced Thursday night: Young the Giant, Dropkick Murphys, GRiZ, Coheed and Cambria, Lecrae, MisterWives, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, LANY, The Front Bottoms, Bishop Briggs, Everything Everything, Arizona, Sir Sly, Two Feet, Black Pistol Fire, Allan Rayman, Magic Giant, Gang of Youths, Reo Cragun, Welshly Arms, Lillie Mae, Remo Drive, The Wrecks, Tall Heights, McLovin, Commonheart, Vesperteen, Bummers, Lift the Medium, Friday Giants and Moonbeau.
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Another way 2018 will remind fans of the 2015 experience? Organizers will return to diversifying the type of artist scheduled each day.
In 2017, Bunbury offered a theme each of the days: Friday was hip-hop, Saturday was electronica and Sunday was rock.
"With this year, we've got everything on every day," Stienecker said. "We want to drive that three-day ticket sale."
Three-day festival tickets are on sale now for $179. (Individual day passes will be available closer to the event.)