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Bunbury: Need to know before you go

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CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Bunbury Music Festival returns to Cincinnati for its fourth year, bringing dozens of artists to perform on four stages along the Ohio Riverfront.

The three-day festival is this weekend.

Tickets: Purchase online prior to the event or at the gate. The Ticket box office opens at 1 p.m. each day of the festival. Three-day passes are sold out, but one-day tickets are available for $79. 

Lineup: Friday acts include The Black Keys, Walk the Moon, Tame Impala and Bleachers. Saturday is The Avett Brothers, Old Crowe Medicine Show, Kacey Musgraves and the Decemberists. Sunday includes Snoop Dogg, Brand New, Twenty One Pilots, Atmosphere and Manchester Orchestra. Click here for the entire lineup by day.

Parking: Concert-goers can reserve a parking spot through Bunbury's website or use promo code BUNWEB15 for up to $20 off a first Uber ride to the festival.

The Banks parking may be crowded due to Cincinnati Reds games. Suggested parking is along Eggleston and as far north as the Casino. Click here for a map and list of parking garages in downtown Cincinnati.

ATMs: Count on plenty of ATMs at the event site. Organizers say vendors are encouraged to accept credit cards but can't guarantee it.

Lodging: Click here for a list of hotels near the event or use Bunbury's Hotel portal to find a room. If you'd like to pitch a tent, check out this list of campsites near the event.

Playlist: Get pumped for the sounds of Bunbury Music Festival 2015 with this Spotify playlist.

Connect: The Bunbury app is completely redesigned for 2015 to allow users to navigate the festival grounds with an interactive map. You can also create your own schedule, browse performances and find vendors by name and category. It's available for iPhone and Android devices.

Keep up with fellow festival-goers through #Bunbury2015 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Why Bunbury?: "To Bunbury, or to go bunburying, is to have a made-up excuse to get out of doing something boring," the website states. "Every Bunbury weekend in June, we give you a great excuse to get out of whatever you don't want to do."

Read more information, including a list of allowed and prohibited items, on bunburyfestival.com.

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