Bellwether Music Festival adds Echo & the Bunnymen, Psychedelic Furs, Erika Wennerstrom and more

Full lineup released for inaugural Modern Rock music fest at Warren County’s Renaissance Park

In March, the Bellwether Music Festival was announced for Aug. 10-11 at the home of the Ohio Renaissance Fair in Waynesville, Ohio, about 40 miles north of Cincinnati. Today, organizers released the full lineup for the camping-friendly festival.

Joining The Flaming Lips, MGMT, Dr. Dog, Whitney and Local Natives for the inaugural Bellwether fest will be a pair of Alternative music pioneers — Echo & The Bunnymen and The Psychedelic Furs,

Also on the lineup: Japanese Breakfast, Allah-Las, Bob Schneider, Alex Lahey, Speaking Suns, The Cordial Sins and Erika Wennerstrom, the frontperson of former Cincinnati-/now Texas-based Heartless Bastards who recently released her well-received debut solo album, Sweet Unknown.

Rounding out the lineup are Cincinnati’s Dawg Yawp (Album and Artist of the Year winners at the 2017 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards) and Carriers, a recent CEA nominee for New Artist of the Year.

Tickets are available now here (prices increase as each pricing tier sells out). Click here for more Bellwether info.

 


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