Artist Speculation For Cincinnati’s Bunbury Music Festival #HiveHints


Cincinnati’s Bunbury Music Festival started #HiveHints on February 3, a daily photo clue on the Twitter account hinting at an artist performing at the event. The ten hints revealed so far are below. The full lineup is coming February 26.

The general consensus here is Ed Sheeran, many suggesting that the hint is referencing Sheeran’s song “Lego House”.

Replies are almost entirely The Kooks, with one suggesting The Offspring.

This hint is up in the air. Popular guesses include The 1975 and The Avett Brothers, but no reasoning has been pointed out to back up either guess.

Time is a clue that opens doors to plenty of artist, but our best guess is alternative electronic duo Timeflies.

Speculation is mostly centered around the beards here. Popular guesses include ZZ Top, Father John Misty and Jamestown Revival.

Iron & Wine feels likely here. Hozier’s “Cherry and Wine” has also been pointed out as a possible reference.

Put it this way: a lot of people are going to be shocked if Catfish and the Bottlemen aren’t at Bunbury after this clue.

According to Victory Records’ website, Reverend Horton Heat are playing Bunbury on Saturday. They also have a song called “Eat Steak”. This feels like a confirmation.

Bunbury is tossing us a gimme here – Shakey Graves seems obvious based on the photo and caption.

The Devil Makes Three, according to guesses and common sense.

Here is reason enough to get excited for Bunbury Music Festival. The full lineup will officially be announced February 26. Tickets are on sale now at the Bunbury Music Festival website.


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