MidPoint Music Fest 2014: September 25th-27th – Cincinnati, OH

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MPMF returns to Cincinnati, Ohio for its 13th year with a tremendous lineup of more than 150 acts from around the world. Scheduled for Thursday, September 25th – Saturday, September 27th, guests at MPMF 2014 can enjoy sets from renowned acts like Chromeo, The Afghan Whigs, Tycho, Deafhaven, as well as the best and brightest local and regional bands.

Other notable performers for 2014 include Real Estate, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Rubblebucket, The Ravonettes, OK GO, Maserati…. the list goes on and on! Check out the full 2014 lineup and schedule now

Tickets for the full festival are available starting at $79 for all music access and $179 for VIP. One of the great perks about MPMF is that if you’re only able to attend for one day or have one band in particular that you want to see, individual venues have a discounted admission. MPMF also features a free stage, as well as a giant food, art, and vendor area.

You can read all about our previous visits to MPMF here!

The Blue Indian’s Top 5 MPMF Tips

1) Be flexible. Chances are you’re going to miss at least a few bands on your schedule. The lineup is packed with great acts, you’ll be walking a good bit, and there just isn’t enough time in the day to see everyone. You’ll enjoy yourself much more if you go into the festival knowing this.

2) Spend time at the free stage. Just because it’s free, doesn’t mean it’s bad music! Some of our favorite bands from the last few years have played on the free stage. Plus, you’ll be right next to all the vendors and art installations.

3) Dress comfortably. You’re going to be walking – a lot! Don’t let looking cool get in the way of having a good time!

4) See new music. This festival is about exposing new bands to people and with 150+ artists, there’s got to be at least a few of your new favorite bands.

5) Remember to tip! Yes, it’s an obvious one, but in the heat of the action you might forget. With tens of thousands of people flooding the streets of downtown Cincinnati, the people serving you have their work cut out for them. They’ll have a better time, you’ll have a better time.

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