Homecoming Festival 2018

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Apr 28 - Apr 29 2018

Cincinnati, Ohio (Smale Park)

$149.50 (GA); $349.50 (VIP)

The National return home to Cincinnati this spring, hosting a weekend celebration of music, art, and cultural connections. The band will perform two unique sets over two days at Smale Park. Each day will feature curated support from 20+ acts across two stages.

Homecoming will complement MusicNOW festival, the renowned contemporary music festival founded by Bryce Dessner in 2006. MusicNOW will open Friday evening, April 27, and feature a variety of world-class contemporary classical, electronica, folk and alternative rock concerts, with special exhibitions and talks throughout the festival weekend.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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