MidPoint Music Festival tickets Now On Sale Online and In Store


CINCINNATI, Ohio (July 2, 2010) – Can you hear it? As the list of bands expands, the cry of fans wanting tickets grows louder. MidPoint Music Festival fans can now purchase full-access tickets online for the three-day event happening September 23-25. People wanting to buy in-person can also find select retailers selling 3-day passes, or purchase one of the remaining early-bird tickets discounted at PNC’s MidPoint Indie Summer.

Online tickets, found at mpmf.com for only $39, provide access to all the festival offers, including three days with hundreds of acts. Plus, only three-day pass holders will be allowed entry to the brag-worthy Secret Show.

Tickets will also be available next week at select retail outlets, sans the online service charge. Cincinnati locations: Coffee Emporium; Contemporary Arts Center; Everybody’s Records; Grammer’s Bar; Mole’s Record Exchange; Neon’s Unplugged; Park and Vine; Phil’s Music and Memories; and Shake It Records. Louisville: Ear X-tacy. Lexington: CD Central. Dayton: Omega Music. Indianapolis: Luna Music.

Early bird discounted tickets are still available at PNC’s MidPoint Indie Summer…but not for long

Anyone attending this summer’s free open-air concerts can pick up discounted festival tickets in-person for $29. People should act soon, as discounts on these all-access passes will end after the Friday, August 6 concert.

Confirmed MidPoint showcases (full lineup to be announced later)

A Place to Bury Strangers (Brooklyn); Adrien and the Fine Print (Nashville); Annie and the Beekeepers (Brooklyn); Barnaby Bright (Brooklyn); Best Coast (Los Angeles); Black Owls (Granville); Boutros (Chicago); Brighton MA (Chicago); Buffalo Killers (Cincinnati); Candy Claws (Fort Collins); Caribou (Dundas, ON); Clare and the Reasons (Brooklyn); Clovers (Cleveland); Colour Revolt (Oxford, MS); Cults (New York); Death On Two Wheels (Atlanta); Drink Up Buttercup (Philadelphia); Elf Power (Athens); Early Day Miners (Bloomington); Fang Island (Brooklyn); Forest City Lovers (Toronto); Gaby Moreno (Los Angeles); Gentleman Jesse and His Men (Atlanta); Gringo Star (Atlanta); Ha Ha Tonka (Missouri); High Heels (Germany); Holy F*ck (Toronto); House of Heros (Columbus); J. Glenn (Louisville); Justin Townes Earl (Nashville); Ketch Harbour Wolves (Toronto); Light Pollution (Chicago); Magnolia Mountain (Cincinnati); Male Bonding (London); Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s (Indianapolis); Milktooth (Nashville); Natural Child (Nashville); O’Brother (Atlanta); Oh Dorian (Macon); Oh My God (Chicago); Orgone (North Hollywood); Overnight (New York); Phantogram (Saratoga Springs); plus/minus (Brooklyn); Pomegranates (Cincinnati); Richard Buckner (Brooklyn); River City Extension (Toms River); Run With Bulls (Nashville); Sam Lamont (Morgantown); Say It With A Smile (Champaign); Seabird (Cincinnati); Sea Wolf (Los Angeles); Shiny and the Spoon (Cincinnati); Shonen Knife (Japan); Soapland (Cincinnati); Star & Micey (Memphis); Surfer Blood (West Palm Beach); Ted Leo and the Pharmacists (D.C.); The Bastard Suns (Atlanta); The Coppertone (King City); The Delta Saints (Nashville); The Hounds Below (Cumberland); The Lions Rampant (Cincinnati); The Prohibitionists (Cincinnati); The Ready Stance (Cincinnati); The Right Now (Chicago); The Seedy Seeds (Cincinnati); The Strange Boys (Austin); The Sundresses (Cincinnati); The Tillers (Cincinnati); The Tony Castles (Brooklyn); The Young Republic (Nashville); Tom Tom Club (Aurora); Unicycle Loves You (Chicago); Unwed Sailor (Tulsa); Van Dyke Parks (Pasadena); Via Tania (Chicago); Villagers (Dublin); Wussy (Cincinnati); You, You’re Awesome (Cincinnati)