The Foo Fighters, Odesza, Kendrick Lamar, Paramore and My Morning Jacket were among the headliners announced Tuesday as part of the 2023 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival set for June 15-18 in Manchester, Tennessee.
The festival, which began in 2002 on the nearly 700-acre Bonnaroo Farm, features more than live music on 10 stages. The four-day event is billed as a camping, arts and live music festival.
Patrons can choose among camping and parking options, including primitive car camping, glamping, RVs, backstage camping, accessible camping, group camping, community camping and more.
The grounds are divided into what is called Centeroo, where the majority of the live shows and activities are scheduled, and the newly renamed Outeroo, where patrons camp.
Premium Outeroo camping accommodations include pre-pitched souvenir tents, cool and comfortable darkroom tents, weatherproof luxury bell tents, and two-person wood frame safari tents for what organizers call the ultimate Bonnaroo camping experience.
Early access tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. (CST) Thursday, exclusively through www.bonnaroo.com/tickets; sign-ups are available now.
A public sale will follow if tickets remain. Options include general admission (four-day), general admission-plus (four-day), VIP (four-day), platinum (four-day), along with a limited range of one-day tickets (including general admission, GA+, VIP and platinum), general admission camping and parking, premium and pre-pitched glamping options, and more.
Bonnaroo's general admission tickets start at $329 and include more than 150 performances, access to the entire campground, food for purchase from more than 150 vendors (including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options), bars, concessions, free water stations and other amenities throughout the park and campground.
More information can be found at bonnaroo.com.
The 2023 Bonnaroo Lineup
— Thursday, June 15
Zeds Dead, Liquid Stranger, 070 Shake, Abraham Alexander, Big Freedia, Briscoe, Celisse, Cimafunk, CVC, Daily Bread, Dehd, Diarrhea Planet, Elephant Heart, Ezra Furman, JP Saxe, Mersiv, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Neighbor, Petey and Suki Waterhouse.
— Friday, June 16
Kendrick Lamar, Baby Keem, Vulfpeck, GRiZ, Portugal. The Man, Noah Kahan, Subtronics, Three 6 Mafia, Fleet Foxes, AFI, Sylvan Esso, Rina Sawayama, Charley Crockett, Morgan Wade, Alex G, MUNA, Diesel, Destroy Lonely, The Midnight, Knocked Loose, Matt Maeson, Peekaboo, black midi, Apashe, Emo Nite, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, Madison Cunningham, Sampa the Great, Boogie T b2b Dirt Monkey b2b SubDocta, Maddy O'Neal, Jupiter and Okwess and NotLö.
— Saturday, June 17
Odesza, Lil Nas X, Tyler Childers, My Morning Jacket, Louis the Child, Korn, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, JID, Sheryl Crow, STS9, Sofi Tukker, Big Wild, The Band Camino, Jenny Lewis, Yung Gravy, Remi Wolf, Bob Moses, Cory Wong, Ken Carson, Elderbrook, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Colony House, Walker & Royce, Devon Gilfillian, The Beths, Danielle Ponder, Giolì & Assia, Thee Sacred Souls, Night Tales and SuperJam.
— Sunday, June 18
Foo Fighters, Paramore, Marcus Mumford, The Revivalists, Alesso, Pixies, girl in red, Umphrey's McGee, Rebelution, Jacob Collier, Hippo Campus, Jauz, Peach Pit, Franz Ferdinand, Men I Trust, MK, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Amber Mark, Wax Motif, Kip Moore, Makaya McCraven, Sammy Rae & The Friends, Hermanos Gutiérrez, Paris Jackson and Rome In Silver.