Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival with Stevie Nicks and Robert Plant June 16-19 2022 in Manchester, Tennessee



Bonnaroo features a diverse lineup of 150+ musicians and more every year. With 10+ performance stages, 4 campground party barns, and entertainment that goes ALL NIGHT LONG, you will NOT be bored.

J. Cole, Tool and Stevie Nicks will headline the four-day festival also performing, The Chicks, The War on Drugs, Roddy Ricch, CHVRCHES, 21 Savage, Bleachers, Herbie Hancock, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Ludacris, Porter Robinson, The Weather Station, Sons of Kemet, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Denzel Curry, Indigo De Souza, 100 gecs, Isaiah Rashad, Nothing, Slowthai, Joy Oladokun, Tinashe, Tierra Whack, Noga Erez and many more.

Camping at Bonnaroo is hardly “camping” by most definitions of the word – it’s an non-stop adventure of discovery and human connection with your fellow Bonnaroovians, and a key to the one-of-a-kind Bonnaroo experience.

VIP and Platinum deliver the luxury perks you need to take your Roo to the next level.

So much room for activities! Whether you’re chilling out at yoga, painting water-colors with a local artist, or bringin’ the heat in the Eighth “First Annual” 5k, we’ve got what you’re looking for (and plenty of the unexpected too).

From mouth watering fish tacos and grass-fed beef burgers to the best damn doughnuts you’ve ever had (seriously), there are all sorts of food adventures throughout the festival. With plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options you WON’T be going hungry.

The word “Bonnaroo” is actually Creole slang for “Good Stuff” and boy, do we have lots of that. Take a walk around the grounds, enjoy our numerous interactive art installations, and take home some cool crafts and posters from the marketplace or Bonnaroo Works Fund Auction while you’re at it!

Who says you can’t have fun while changing the world? We don’t just want to be the best festival. We aspire to be the greenest festival and to set the standard in sustainability and greening practices for North American concert events. Add in the year-round work of our dedicated nonprofit (The Bonnaroo Works Fund) and you’ve got yourself a recipe for real-world change.



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