The Bunbury Music Festival, no doubt about it, the festival is looming large over Cincinnati this weekend. What else is there really to say about it. Quite a bit actually but I'm not going to start trying to suggest which bands you should take in, not my forte, especially when I could never come close to what Joe is doing over at Each Note Secure. He has been profiling select bands that will be performing all weekend long..
After the show Friday and Saturday night you should head north to OTR and check out Cincinnati's newest brewery, Rhinegeist, the bar is open until midnight both nights.
Saturday morning starting at 10am in Washington Park is The City Flea. Food trucks and crafts this quirky event will help set the tone for the rest of your music filled day.
Sunday the go to event is Second Sunday on Main, taking place on Main St in OTR. It starts at noon and almost the same deal as the Flea, food trucks, beer trucks and crafts, just a shortish walk from Bunbury.
Open 8am on Saturday and 10am on Sunday, Findlay Market should also be on your to-do list in you find yourself in town before the music starts. While you may not want to load up on produce and meat, there are a variety of vendors serving up fresh and delishious prepared foods.
Another event spanning the entire weekend and just a short walk across the Purple People Bridge is the Queen City Sausage Festival starting at noon on Saturday and Sunday.
The Reds are out of town this weekend but that doesn't mean parking will be any easier or driving any safer after enjoying the Bunbury Craft Beer Village. But don't worry, for less than what you would pay for parking you can ride the The Bunbury Bus to the festival all weekend. Follow them on twitter, sign up for text messages and your weekend will be stress free. Buses will be leaving hourly from bars in Clifton, OTR, Hyde Parl/Oakley and Mt. Lookout.
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