Bonnaroo will be returning to Tennessee’s Great Stage Park for its first iteration since 2019, due to the 2020 pandemic and a Hurricane-related flood the following year. The genre-spanning festival, which held its inaugural event in 2002, will take place on the 700-acre farm across four days in June, beginning on Thursday, June 15 and wrapping up on Sunday, June 18.
Electronic music will lead the first day of Bonnaroo, thanks to co-headliners Zeds Dead and Liquid Stranger. Canadian duo Zeds Dead is composed of Dylan Mamid and Zachary Rapp-Rovan, while the Swedish-born Liquid Stranger is an experimental solo dubstep act. Other standouts from the day include Big Freedia and 070 Shake.
The second day amps up the roster with headliner Kendrick Lamar. He’ll be joined in the lineup by cousin Baby Keem, as well as Griz, Portugal. The Man and Fleet Foxes. Also in the mix is indie pop trio MUNA and North Carolina-hailing electronic duo Sylvan Esso, who dropped their fourth studio album No Rules Sandy back in August.
Saturday will be headed by Odesza, alongside Lil Nas X, Louis the Child, Korn and J.I.D. And for the last day of the Tennessee fest, Foo Fighters will close out the show, with additional performances from Paramore, Alesso, Pixies, Peach Pit, Girl in Red and more.
As always, the Bonnaroo lineup encompasses virtually every genre and includes many more artists not named here. Check out the full list of performers below. An early access sale for tickets opens on Thursday, January 12.
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