Each summer the population on Manchester, Tennessee grows by several thousand as music fans gather for the annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.
This year the festival will take place June 13-16 and will again feature some of the biggest names in music spanning numerous genres.
Tickets for the annual summer festival go on sale January 10 beginning at noon eastern time and will available exclusively on the Festival site at Bonnaroo.com/tickets with general admission passes beginning at $47.
The four day event will offer music around the clock on over 10 different stages.
Last year Bonnaroo upgraded the public plaza areas including free wifi and showers; they have also provided better lighting on the campgrounds.
This year at Bonnaroo along with the return of the circus acts, art installations, and immersive cinema, Festival goers will get to view the first Pride Parade in Bonnaroo’s 18 year history. A new wooded hangout will also be available for the first time.
Bonnaroo brings together thousands of music fans from around the world, but is also symbol of environmental friendliness with the only permanent solar array and onsite compost waste.
The Grand Ole Opry gets the Festival started off on Thursday night with Saba, Space Jesus b2b Eprom b2b Shlump,c12th Planet, Sunsquabi, All Them Witches, Magic City Hippies, The Nude Party, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, The Comet Is Coming, Jack Harlow, Eprom, Caroline Rose, Donna Missal, Peach Pit, Hekler, and the Dorfex Bos.
The 2019 edition of the Bonnaroo Music and Art Festival will include performances by:
The Avett Brothers
Catfish And The Bottlemen
Nahko & Medicine For The People
The Teskey Brothers
The Lonely Island
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
Shovels & Rope
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The Record Company
Walk The Moon
Trampled By Turtles
The Wood Brothers
Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers
Princess (Featuring Maya Rudolph & Gretchen Lieberum)
The Soul Rebels
The Lemon Twigs