This summer Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is back in business! Covid-19 and Hurricane Ida may have stopped them in their tracks before, but nothing can now.
Returning to Manchester, Tennessee from June 16-19, around 90,000 craving music lovers will be expected to visit the fields for four days with plenty of big names and a wide variety of genres across 10 stages.
Headliners include Machine Gun Kelly, J. Cole, 21 Savage, Tool, Stevie Nicks, The Chicks, Flume, Illenium, Roddy Ricch, Billy Strings, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, $uicideboy$ and Porter Robins.
For those indie and alternative fans there will be some big hitters, including The War on Drugs, Japanese Breakfast, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Chvrches, Wallows and COIN.
This year festival organisers have been busy improving the experience for its festival campers. Dozens of new activities and site improvements have been added including, daily entry passes to help speed up entering the site, enhanced signage & wayfinding help, additional Nashville shuttles, stage improvements, pedicabs, info booths, cooling stations, and much more.