(MANCHESTER, TN) Superfly and A.C. Entertainment are proud to reveal the absolutely epic full schedule for the 2019 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. This year’s edition of the world-renowned four-day multi-stage camping festival will showcase a remarkably eclectic selection of top artists spanning innumerable genres alongside over 100 unique events and activities taking place on its one-of-a-kind campground Plazas, once again delivering the most inimitable and inventive complete experience of any festival anywhere in the world.
The 18th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will take place June 13 – 16, held as always at Great Stage Park, the spectacular 700-acre farm and event space located just 60 miles southeast of Nashville in Manchester, TN. Tickets — including General Admission (4 Day), VIP (4 Day), Platinum (4 Day) and more — are on sale now. Tier 5 tickets are virtually sold out but fans can lock in GA tickets for as little as $75 down via ticket layaway plans if they purchase by midnight tonight, April 8. For complete details and ticket availability, please visit www.bonnaroo.com/tickets.
The 2019 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will see over 150 performances from a truly extraordinary range of artists taking place around the clock across more than 10 unique stages over the four-day event. Friday, June 14, will feature Phish, Childish Gambino, Solange, The Avett Brothers, Brockhampton, GRiZ, RL Grime, Beach House, GRiZ Superjam, NGHTMRE, Gojira, Courtney Barnett, Girl Talk, Catfish & The Bottlemen, AJR, K. Flay, Anoushka Shankar, Nahko & Medicine For The People, Liquid Stranger, Deafheaven, Parquet Courts, Rival Sons, Ibeyi, Jade Cicada, Las Cafeteras, Cherry Glazerr, The Teskey Brothers, Medasin, Tyla Yawah, Ducky, Monsieur Periné, Mersiv, and Crooked Colours.
Saturday, June 15, will include Post Malone, Odesza, Hozier, Kacey Musgraves, The National, The Lonely Island, ZHU, John Prine, Juice WRLD, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Gucci Mane, Jim James (Full Band), Maren Morris, Gramatik, Shovels & Rope, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Quinn XCII, Clairo, Bishop Briggs, Hippo Campus, Space Jesus, Tokimonsta, The Record Company, Chelsea Cutler, SNBRN, Ruston Kelly, Whipped Cream, Rubblebucket, Little Simz, Memba, Deva Mahal, and DJ Mel.
Sunday, June 16, will see Phish (2 Sets), The Lumineers, Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, Illenium, Walk The Moon, Mac DeMarco, King Princess, Lil Dicky, G Jones, Trampled By Turtles, The Wood Brothers, Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers, Princess (Featuring Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum), The Soul Rebels, The Lemon Twigs, Two Feet, AC Slater, CID, Dombresky, Bombino, Faye Webster, Ripe, Kikagaku Moyo, and Igloohost.
In addition, the lineup for Thursday, June 13, includes Grand Ole Opry (Featuring Special Guests), Saba, Space Jesus b2b Eprom b2b Shlump, 12th 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 Dorfex Box.
Located in the heart of Centeroo, the Who Stage is Bonnaroo’s showcase stage for a handpicked selection of today’s most compelling new artists. Where past years have seen performances by such superstars as Chris Stapleton, Walk the Moon, and X Ambassadors, this year’s lineup promises such future favorites as Bülow, Drax Project, Evan Giia, Friday Pilots Club, Kalu & The Electric Joint, MK.Gee (Thursday, June 13) Ida Mae, Illiterate Light, King Nun, Lola Kirke, Los Colognes, Pinky Pinky, Soak (Friday, June 14) Delacey, Honey Harper, Liily, Sego, The New Respects, Republican Hair, Ximena Sariñana (Saturday, June 15) Golden West, I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, Jared & The Mill, Patrick Droney, Sun Seeker, Super Doppler (Sunday, June 16).
The Other is Bonnaroo’s newly expanded stage and area dedicated to presenting late night sets fully loaded with mind-blowing visuals, earth-shattering bass, and the best of dance and electronic. In addition, Kalliope returns for another year of all night (and early morning) magic in Centeroo. Legendary New Orleans dive bar Snake & Jake’s Christmas Club Barn will be serving up Christmas-themed merriment throughout the festival, complete with Xmas lights, ornate holiday decor, and a naughty or nice list as well as brass bands, robe parties, and such once-in-a-lifetime celebrations as the Kasvot Växt Dance Party, Alternate Paths & Other Delights (Phish covers set) with DJ Uncle Jesse, a Grateful Dead DJ Set by Spiritual Scat Bois, “Barn, Baby, Barn (Disco Inferno)” & “The Groove Barn” with E. Feld & Sam White, Balkan Bump, and DJ sets from Full Service Party. Of course the Silent Disco will be open all night, every night, featuring live headphone sets from AC Slater, The Boom Bap, Case Bloom, DJ Mel, Full Service Party, Mersiv, Memba, Ryan Brown, and Shlump.
Hailed by the New York Times as the summer event that “revolutionized the modern rock festival,” Bonnaroo continues to find new ways to enhance the fans’ onsite experience and the 2019 event will raise the bar with an array of remarkable new features and improvements. Strategically located and well-lit public places throughout the campgrounds, Bonnaroo’s communal areas, known as Plazas, include shade, free public Wi-Fi, showers, activities, charging stations, Clean Vibes Trading Post redemption centers, misting stations, medical, safety stations, information and portable restrooms. The 2019 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will present an unprecedented array of experiences unlike anything previously seen in the festival’s long, creative history, including parties, live performances, light-based art installations, and so much more.
Plaza 2 will be transformed into “Roo’s Sanctuary Of Self Love,” curated by Hayley Williams of Paramore, featuring everything from nightly themed dance parties to alternative therapies and panels on mental health and self-love. Fans will also get a chance to win a makeover with style extraordinaire Brian O’Connor of Good Dye Young and meet Hayley Williams herself. Among the new Plazas will be “Where In The Woods,” located on the Eastern woods of Bonnaroo’s campground, near both VIP camping and Plaza 2. “Where In The Woods” will transform the forest into an unforgettable magical landscape for late night fun and daytime escape from reality. The Where Stage will feature DJs and surprise sets late into the night with an otherworldly dance floor. Plaza 9 will be dubbed “Bayou Libre,” curated by the New Orleans entertainment collective FREEWATER and promising secret performances from New Orleans-based artists featured on the main Bonnaroo lineup. Plaza 7 will feature “Whiskey Jam At The Ville,” curated by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp and local maker-space Fort Houston. Brooklyn’s House of Yes and Little Cinema return to Plaza 3 in 2019, once again offering up thrilling performance spectacles and one-of-a-kind dance party madness. Bonnaroovians are also all invited to Plaza 3’s opening night and closing night parties, as well as what will be a certain highlight of this year’s event – the first ever Bonnaroo Pride parade.
The Grove at Plaza 7 will see the return of “Tonalism,” an all-night ambient music experience by DUBLAB, while the Boogaloo Of Wonder at Plaza 6 will be Bonnaroovians’ go-to spot for comedy performances, artistic exploration, and entertainment of all sorts. Last, but very definitely not least, the newly revamped VIP Campground Plaza will feature air-conditioning, private bars, complimentary Wi-Fi, daily yoga classes, games, live video feeds of the festival performances, and some special surprises. Located close to Plazas 2 and 3, the VIP Campground Plaza is available exclusively to VIP patrons.
The next-level 2019 Food & Drink Lineup boasts an incredibly appetizing assortment of delicacies and delights for all Bonnaroo attendees, from arepas and empenadas, gourmet burgers, jalapeño corn dogs, handcrafted ice pops, biscuit sandwiches, and giant pizza slices to a truly epic range of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. More than 60 vendors will be on hand, showcasing the region’s best food and beverages. Of course, the 2019 Food & Drink Lineup will once again spotlight some of Bonnaroo’s trademark food experiences, including the amazing Food Truck Oasis, Hamageddon and Bacon Land, the Broo’ers Festival (once again offering a variety of beer and cider from dozens of different U.S. breweries), and Planet Roo – the epicenter of Bonnaroo’s sustainability work and overall global consciousness.
A spectacular assortment of activities is also scheduled, all affirming the Bonnaroo experience as a very special hub of human interaction. Among them are several Solar Stage YogaRoo sessions and Kidz Jam, a series of Solar Stage events focused on inspiring a love of music, culture and creativity while providing a safe haven for children. In addition, the Seventh “First Annual” Roo Run, a 5k race around the festival grounds presented in partnership with ASICS, will begins promptly at 9 am on Saturday, June 15 at Plaza 2 – full details and registration can be found HERE.
As usual, Bonnaroo’s Centeroo Market will gather a new assortment of quality craftsman and artisans, vendors and official festival and artist merchandise. This year will also see Bonnaroo and The American Poster Institute joining together to showcase the work of some of today’s most relevant poster makers, featuring limited edition hand screen posters, chats with select artists from all over the nation, spectacularly unique posters to remind attendees of the spectacular unique experience that is Bonnaroo.
From community projects and composting to the annual BonnaROOTS dinners and so much more, Bonnaroo continues to grow its long-standing commitment to arts, education and environmental causes. The Bonnaroo Works Community Center will again feature a Silent Auction during the festival, with a diverse offering of artist-signed memorabilia, guitars, Bonnaroo merchandise, stunning photographs, entertainment experiences and much more. All funds benefit the Bonnaroo Works Fund charities. Bonnaroo Works Fund is the charitable division of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. BWF supports national and local organizations that advance the arts, education and environmental causes – with a focus on sustainability and local reinvestment in the areas where we work, live and play. The Bonnaroo Works Fund has provided over $7 million to over 100 well vetted, deserving causes.