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Joywave – Bunbury Music Festival Day 1

Joywave  By Katie Morton Late Friday afternoon, opening day for Bunbury Music Festival, Joywave took the Sawyer Point stage in all white jump suits, with vocalist Daniel Armbruster rocking some old-school track pants, and belting out “Blastofff” with it’s disco funk vibe. In a departure from more traditional video footage, Google searches using the word “Joy” flashed across the screen…

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Machine Gun Kelly – Bunbury Music Festival Day 1

Machine Gun Kelly By Megan Randall Hot sun and sick beats ushered in the evening hours of Day 1 of the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati when Machine Gun Kelly stormed the Sawyer Point Stage. Bringing his unique mix of hard-core rap and rap-rock blending with pop tones, Machine Gun Kelly’s set was probably one of the most varied of…

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NF – Bunbury Music Festival Day 1

NF  By Megan Randall The setting sun became the backdrop for the haunting first song by NF, the Michigan-born Christian rapper. NF’s entire set stood out as a theatrical pinnacle for Friday’s performances. He capitalized on the darkening sky to emphasize his intro. Slowly moving to the stage with a cluster of black balloons, the backdrop screen mirrored the action…

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Tropidelic – Bunbury Music Festival Day 2

Tropidelic By Megan Randall Many fans “Bunbury” for their own reasons or in different ways. It may be just a weekend hanging out with friends, or you sought it out because one of your can’t miss bands made the lineup this year, but one of the best reasons to hit the festival is to discover hidden gems. One such treasure…

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Dashboard Confessional – Bunbury Music Festival Day 2

Dashboard Confessional By Megan Randall New image, who dis? Admittedly, I hadn’t given much thought to Dashboard Confessional over the past years since college. Dashboard Confessional playing at university consisted of more mellow parties, study sessions, and sunbathing by the pool. When I had a chance to catch them on Day 2 of the Bunbury Music Festival, I was nostalgically…

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Blue October – Bunbury Music Festival Day 2

Blue October By Megan Randall Blue lights cast a glow over the crowd gathered early dusk at the CVG Stage on Day 2 at the Bunbury Music Festival. The blue lights grew more intense as the tones of the pre-set music started to fade while Justin Furstenfeld (lead vocals, guitar), Jeremy Furstenfeld (drums), Ryan Delahoussaye (violin, piano, vocals), Matt Noveskey…

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