The wait is over! Bonnaroo has officially released its 2021 lineup, and it is shaping up to be THE event of the year. Taking place on Labor Day weekend, the festival will be returning to it’s long-time home in Manchester, Tennessee. The slightly cooler temps and diverse selection of talent are calling every music lover’s name.
Bonnaroo has managed to keep much of the 2020 lineup intact, with a few killer additions. Mega-names like Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, and Tame Impala grace the headliner slots with none other than Tyler the Creator closing out the weekend. Deadmau5 is a welcome addition, with Tipper and Seven Lions holding onto their spots from 2020. Not to be forgotten is the undercard filled with some of our favorite names, such as NotLo and Tripp St.
Without further ado, the 2021 Bonnaroo lineup in its entirety:
Bonnaroo has added the “JamTrak” to its list of new features this year! No more 45-minute walks from camp to Centeroo, this free transportation option will run all day and night throughout the entirety of the campgrounds. Attendees will also now be able to choose their day of entry and schedule an entrance time to streamline the process and get into the venue ASAP.
Tickets go on sale March 31st at 12 central. Festival-goers will be able to select from GA, GA+, VIP, and Platinum ticket options as well as a variety of accommodations. Layaway plans will be available, requiring a 35 dollar down payment at the time of purchase. At this time there are no set COVID protocols or requirements for attending the event. See you on the farm!
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