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CINCINNATI -- The Bunbury Music Festival has just announced three major acts for this summer's event.

This year the three-day festival will feature Fall Out Boy, Paramore and New Politics. All three bands will perform on Saturday, July 12.

The concert event runs July 11 through 13.

Organizers said the rest of the line, which will include nearly 80 artists on six stages, will be released on Feb. 20.

Local bands who wish to take part can apply starting Jan. 14. Bunbury officials said the application period will be open for two weeks.

Tickets for the festival are already on sale .

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