Cincinnati, Ohio July 10th, 2013– For 15 years, BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB has carried the torch for true rock and roll. Now they are coming to Cincinnati as a headliner for the 12th annual MidPoint Music Festival in Cincinnati.
BRMC is the headliner among 17 new artists in the third wave of MPMF.13 performers. NICHOLAS DAVID, a finalist and fan favorite on NBC’s Season 3 of The Voice is also now confirmed.
The third wave of confirmed artists are:
BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB
CORY CHISEL and THE WANDERING SONS
HA HA TONKA
THE DELTA SAINTS
BRMC: Known for songs of self-destruction and redemption, heart break and ecstatic love.
YOUNG EMPIRES: “It’s hard to believe that the Toronto indie pop trio- renowned for their energetic live shows demonstrating sophisticated electrpop, self-dubbed “haute rock”- doesn’t already have a discography that will leave you winded if repeated in one go.” –FILTER MAGAZINE
NICHOLAS DAVID: “The “Say Goodbye” EP release hits #2 overall on the iTunes album charts!” – thefeelin.com
“Nicholas David leapt from local musician to national treasure during his run on NBC’s The Voice” –kare11.com
CORY CHISEL and THE WANDERING SONS: “Rootsy, evocative singer and songwriter whose music reflects a diverse range of influences, including folk, blues, gospel, country, and rock” – allmusic.com
These 17 bands join 32 others that were announced in May and June. They are:
THE BREEDERS/ SHUGGIE OTIS/
THE HEAD AND THE HEART/ KURT VILE/
WARPAINT/ YOUTH LAGOON/ FOXYGEN/
CODY CHESNUTT/ DAUGHTER/ KISHI BASHI/ BLEACHED/ METZ/ BATHS/ ON AN ON/
MURDER BY DEATH/ DENT MAY/
JULIANNA BARWICK/ SPECTRALS/ SAN FERMIN/
WILD CUB/ CAVEMAN/ GRANDFATHER CHILD/
THE GHOST WOLVES/ JEECY AND THE JUNGLE/ PHOX/ PERFUME GENIUS/
SATURDAY LOOKS GOOD TO ME/ SECRET COLOURS/ NAT BALDWIN/ THE SHILOHS/ BIRDS OF CHICAGO/
Organizers will add approximately 100 more local, regional and national artists to the full MPMF lineup later this month.
MidPoint Music Festival continues its 12-year tradition as the region’s frontline of music exploration, featuring an impressive and diverse lineup. Music fans everywhere flock to Cincinnati in September to be a part of this long running music event that started in Over-the-Rhine (OTR), the Cincinnati neighborhood that’s as cutting edge as the festival itself.
OTR remains a pivotal location, home to a number of MPMF.13 stages. OTR is on the National Register of Historic Places and was voted best Cincinnati Neighborhood in CityBeat’s Best of Cincinnati publication in 2011 and 2012. Since 2004 more than $255 million has been invested in the revitalization of OTR, including the $48 million renovation of Washington Park, which includes an outdoor music stage that serves as one of MPMF’s main stages.
Advance tickets are on sale now at www.mpmf.cincyticket.com. All-access passes are $69 and VIP passes are $169
Cincinnati’s MidPoint Music Festival has developed a reputation as the place to find your new favorite band. MidPoint’s embrace of emerging artists reflects the same pioneering ethic of Cincinnati’s celebrated music history and its present day music-makers. The MPMF storyline continues to be diverse, dynamic and adventurous. Stay up to date at MPMF.com, like its official Facebook page, or by following the festival on Twitter.
MPMF.13 is made possible thanks to the generous support of its sponsors, including Dewey’s Pizza and Biore.