2019’s Festival of the Year makes history and turns heads with an eclectic lineup announcement.
Bonnaroo Music Festival
Lana Del Rey, Oysterhead, Flume, Tenacious D, The 1975, and Primus also confirmed for Tennessee festival.
A number of other fests have also committed to keeping the technology out of their events.
Live Nation is reportedly buying out Bonnaroo co-founder Superfly Entertainment.
Festival organizers believe the man had an underlying medical condition.
The Tennessee festival’s resurgence is nearly complete.
Festival Mode will allow users to plan their festival flings weeks ahead of time.
Exit 111 is a collaboration between festival promoters AC Entertainment (Bonnaroo) and C3 Presents (Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits).
The eclectic lineup promises past favorites like Phish, The National, and The Avett Brothers alongside Childish Gambino, Cardi B, Solange, and The Lonely Island.
Justin Vernon was also joined on stage by Sylvan Esso and Francis and the Lights.
13 people have died at Bonnaroo over the course of the festival’s 17-year history.
As the Roo of old fades away, the next generation emerges more immersive than ever.