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MPMF 2010 Bands: U-Z

0 Comments · Thursday, September 9, 2010
Uncle Mountainasheville, NC • Indie/Americana/RockThis North Carolina-based quintet is hard to describe with a quick and easy genre tag thanks to having three prominent songwriters that each craf  

Ticket to Ride: The Essential MidPoint Wristband

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
MidPoint offers 250 bands on 25 stages in three districts (downtown, Over-the-Rhine and Newport) over three nights — with so much to see and hear, why waste time standing in line to pay cover charges at each club? Festivalgoers in the know pony up for a three-day wristband ($39) and guarantee themselves smooth sailing.  

Ride the Shuttle

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Metro, Cincinnati’s transit authority, will have three of its newest hybrid buses circulating around Downtown and Over-the-Rhine 9 p.m.-1 a.m. all three nights of MidPoint. The buses will make stops every five minutes at marked locations running north on Main Street, west on Liberty Street, south on Walnut Street and east on Fifth Street. The rides are free for everyone with a three-day MPMF wristband.  

Still Time to Volunteer

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Volunteers are the face, muscle and might that propel the MidPoint Music Festival forward each year. Participating as a volunteer is a great way to get behind the scenes at MidPoint, meet new people, discover new music, score a new T-shirt and build diverse experience while nurturing your Cincinnati pride.  

MidPoint Poster Expo

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
A major mission of the MidPoint Music Festival is to draw attention to the region's creative community, and 2010 has a new offering: the MidPoint Poster Expo, focusing on contemporary music and event posters, mostly with limited print runs.  

Music, Art and Film at the Public Library

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
There’s no need to shush anyone at the Main Public Library during the 2010 MidPoint Music Festival. The library, right in the heart of the festival’s downtown action, is hoping to keep MPMF fans busy during the daytime hours with free live music and music-related art shows and documentary films.  

MPMF: Thursday's Schedule

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Thursday night is packed with great shows. You, You're Awesome and Eat Sugar both play at the new MPMF venue, The Cincinnati Club on Garfield Place. National rising star Best Coast plays the Topic Design Tent at Grammer's, while legendary singer-songwriter Van Dyke Parks plays the Blue Wisp. And international trio Shonen Knife will be cutting ear drums at the CAC.  

MPMF: Friday's Schedule

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Prepare to be rocked on Friday. Surfer Blood follows the annual secret show at The Cincinnati Club. Local favorites Lions Rampant, The Tillers and Jake Speed & The Freddies play across the city. Caribou headlines the Grammer's tent. And the Scotland Yard Gospel Choir returns to MidPoint after their tragic accident prevented them from appearing last year.  

MPMF: Saturday's Schedule

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 8, 2010
The MidPoint Music Festival finishes strong on Saturday. Local rhythm setters Koala Fires, Chaselounge, Pomegranates, Culture Queer, Fairmount Girls and The Sundresses will all show up to blow your mind. The Tom Tom Club will be on hand rock out at Grammer's. And Aficionado returns with their squadron of members to show people what 'working together' really means.  

Fall Arts Calendar

There’s something for everyone all autumn long

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Galleries, museums, events and music. More creative entertainment than you can shake a stick at. We've got your calendar filled up this fall with the best of arts and culture in Cincinnati.