The 2024 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival with an incredible lineup, will take place on June 13-16 on the ‘Roo Farm in Manchester, TN. This year’s event promises to be one for the books, featuring headlining sets from the likes of Post Malone, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fred Again.., and Pretty Lights.
With over 150 performances across 10 stages, Bonnaroo 2024 will showcase an eclectic mix of artists spanning various genres. Joining the headliners will be a star-studded lineup including Megan Thee Stallion, Cage the Elephant, Maggie Rogers, Melanie Martinez, Carly Rae Jepsen, Diplo, T-Pain, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Diplo, and Jon Batiste, among many others.
The festival will kick off in grand style with a special headlining set on Thursday night by Pretty Lights, marking the first time in Bonnaroo history that the main What Stage will be fired up for a Thursday night performance. Pretty Lights will also return for a second sunrise set on The Other Stage on the final night, ensuring a memorable farewell to the festival. Additionally, Fred Again.. will make their only 2024 U.S. festival appearance on Sunday, adding an extra layer of excitement for attendees.
Not to be missed is the SuperJam on June 15, titled “One More With Feeling(s) — The Dashboard Confessional Emo Superjam.” The Chris Carrabba-fronted band will be joined by special guests yet to be announced, promising a night filled with nostalgia and unforgettable performances.
Pre-sale tickets for Bonnaroo 2024 will be available starting Thursday, January 11 at 11 a.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to sign up for a pre-sale code to secure their tickets early. If any tickets remain, a public on-sale will follow. Ticket package options include 4-day general admission, 4-day GA+, 4-day VIP, 4-day platinum, and various camping and parking options, all starting at $25 down with a payment plan.
In addition to the incredible music lineup, Bonnaroo 2024 will feature more than 150 food vendors offering a wide range of options, including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free choices. The festival will also provide free water stations to keep attendees hydrated throughout the four-day event.