Looking to attract more millenials Bunbury’s sixth year includes more rap, hip hop and EDM acts. Headliners this year include Muse, Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, Bassnectar and Pretty Lights.
Also set to preform are : The 1975, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Death Cab for Cutie, The Shins, AFI, Jon Bellion, D.R.A.M., Flogging Molly, MUTEMATH, Tech N9ne, Watsky, Mike Stud, Moon Taxi, Reverend Horton Heat, NF, Hayley Kiyoko, Kevin Garrett, Protoje, Eden, Cobi, Arkells, Civil Twilight, CVBZ, San Fermin, July Talk, VHS Collection, Dreamers, Frenship, Charlie Hirsch, White Reaper, CAAMP, Time Cat, The Upset Victory, Liberty Deep Down, Flying Underground and Current Events.
Gone this year is the expensive cash-free system that was introduced last year, as fans feedback really bashed the concept. This festival drew about 43,000 last year, down from the 2016 crowd of 54,000. Capacity for the event is 60,000
Three-day general admission tickets for the festival are $179, while three-day VIP passes are $399. Both are on sale on Ticketmaster’s website now.