The annual music and arts festival Bonnaroo has revealed its 2024 lineup. The festival will take place June 13-16 this year in Manchester, Tennessee. With more than 10 stages, Bonnaroo attendees will experience a variety of music over the four days.
Thursday’s opening night features headliner Pretty Lights, and will also see performances by Bigxthaplug, Michigander, Ocie Elliott and more. Post Malone will headline Friday night, which also includes Maggie Rogers, Gary Clark Jr., Faye Webster, 49 Winchester, Bonny Light Horseman and more. Saturday will include Jon Batiste, Brittany Howard, The Teskey Brothers, Whyte Fang, Tanner Ursey and more before headliner Red Hot Chili Peppers ends the night. On Sunday, Fred Again will close out the four days after performances by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Goth Babe, Charles Wesley Godwin, Jake Wesley Rogers, Armand Hammer and more. Pretty Lights will also be performing a special sunrise set during the weekend.
This year is slated to have some special highlights for the festival. Bonnaroo has shared that Fred Again’s Sunday headline set will be the band’s only U.S. festival set in 2024. Attendees will also see a special edition of the famous SuperJam, featuring announced and unannounced special guests to create “Once More With Feeling(s) – The Dashboard Confessional Emo SuperJam.” Additional lineup announcements are forthcoming, including for the Where In the Woods stage and Late Night showcase.
A percentage of festival proceeds will go to the Bonnaroo Works Fund, a nonprofit organization that has contributed to more than 100 local, regional and national nonprofit partners benefiting the arts, education, environmental sustainability and social impact, with a direct focus on local reinvestment and asset building.
Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Jan. 11, with general admission following if tickets remain. Tickets include access to over 150 performances, access to the entire campground, access to over 150 food vendors, access official band and festival merchandise and more throughout the campground.
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