The Breeders are playing at this amazing new Cincy festival

You’ve got to see this lineup.

One of the biggest modern rock bands to come out of Dayton is going to be playing The National Homecoming festival in Cincinnati.



The Breeders, led by Dayton twins Kelley and Kim Deal, completed a tour in 2017.

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The festival will be held April 28-29.

According to the Facebook page, "Homecoming is an inaugural festival created by The National featuring 20+ artists across two stages at Cincinnati's Smale Park with city-wide exhibitions, special performances, surprises, and more."

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In addition to The Breeders, the lineup includes: The National, Father John Misty, Feist, Future Islands, Lord Huron, Julien Baker, Moses Sumney, Alvvays and Big Thief.

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According to the announcement, more featured acts will be announced.

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Ticket prices range from $129.50-$149.50 for a General Admission Weekend pass, and $349.50 for the VIP Weekend pass.

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You can purchase tickets online at

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