When it comes to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, music lovers can expect a very diverse lineup that consists of the music industry’s finest. Over the years, Bonnaroo’s lineups have consisted of a wide variety of different genres in the music industry. This year’s edition will be no different.
With nearly 100 bands to choose from, fans attending the four day festival, that kicks off on June 8 in Manchester, Tennessee, will see the likes of U2, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd, Major Lazer, Flume, Lorde, Martin Garrix, Cage the Elephant, Marshmellow, Umphrey’s McGee, Ookay, Twiddle, Turkuaz and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real to name a few.
Bonnaroo has more to offer festival-goers than just a never-ending supply of live music over the four day span. Fans can also look forward to various parades, activities, art displays and of course, food! Check the Bonnaroo website leading up to the event for a complete list of over 125 different food vendors that will be on site.
Fans who will camp out over the weekend can look forward to on site showers, medical assistance, security, drinking water, and community pods that are strategically placed throughout the campgrounds where attendees can get to know their festival neighbors. Campers will also have access to two onsite general stores where they can purchase items like ice, beer, water, soda, food, disposable cameras and personal hygiene products, among other items.
Those 21 and older can head over to the Broo’ers Festival area and take in various beers and ciders from 25 different breweries from across the U.S.
Currently, the festival only has two more packages available, as all other packages have been sold out. Remaining packages include the Four-day General Admission Tier 3 package at $334.50 plus fees, and the Four-day General Admission Shuttle Package at $554.50 plus fees.