The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival returns to Manchester, Tennessee, from June 15-18. The full lineup, revealed today, features headliners Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, Zeds is dead, Odessa, and Liquid Stranger. Others on the bill include Paramore, Lil Nas X, Sheryl Crow, Fleet Foxes, Pixies, Baby Keem, Three 6 Mafia, Rina Sawayama, Alex G, Black Midi, Korn, Tyler Childers, My Morning Jacket, Muna, Jenny Lewis, the Beths, Marcus Mumford, Franz Ferdinand, and many others. Find the full festival poster list below.
Others in the lineup include Big Freedia, 070 Shake, Dehd, Diarrhea Planet, Ezra Furman, Suki Waterhouse, Portugal. The Man, Sylvan Esso, Sampa the Great, Madison Cunningham, Louis the Child, Sofi Tukker, Remi Wolf, Bob Moses, Girl in Red, Men I Trust, and Amber Mark. Bonnaroo Superjam takes place on Saturday, June 17. Select performances from the weekend will stream on Hulu.
Lamar continues his extensive tour in the background mr. Morale and the Great Steppers in 2023, adding Bonnaroo to a schedule that includes Primavera Sound and Osheaga. Foo Fighters, who also announced a Boston Calling headline show this morning, will soon return to the stage for their first headline shows since the March death of drummer Taylor Hawkins. The band said in a statement last month that Hawkins “is in spirit with all of us every night.”
Last year was marked by Bonnaroo first festival from the pandemic, with headliners J. Cole, Tool, and Stevie Nicks. The 2020 edition is cancelled because of the pandemic. When Bonnaroo organizers endorsed next year’s planned festival back in September 2021, a number of artists removed from the event of safety concerns. This is the end cancelled for unrelated issues, one of which was flooding from Hurricane Ida.
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