With the rise in temperature in Cincinnati, artists brought the heat for day two of the Bunbury Festival.
Common Kings from Orange County got lost in paradise with their reggae sound at the Sawyer Point stage. They performed songs off the Grammy nominated album “Lost in Paradise” influenced by rock, pop and island music.
At the Monster Energy Stage, Florida rock band Dashboard Confessional played a packed set of new and old music along with a cover of The Cure’s “Just Like Heaven.”
Jeremy Zucker also took the Sawyer Point stage, playing both producer and musician for his electronic influenced music. The crowd sang for him on hit songs “come through” and “talk is overrated.”
Nothing was peaceful about the army that was Greta Van Fleet, finishing off the night with a high energy setlist to a packed crowd. While featuring hit singles “When the Curtain Falls” and “Highway Tune”, they also performed newer songs off the latest album “Anthem of Peaceful Army.”
Greta Van Fleet
Photos: Acacia Evans // Words: Chloe Delainey