Bonnaroo is returning to the Farm in September! Today, Bonnaroo officially announced the slate of artists that will perform on over 10 stages during the course of a 4-day sprint on September 2-5, 2021.
This year's lineup includes Tame Impala, Waxahatchee, Megan Thee Stallion, Lana Del Rey, Run The Jewels, Lizzo, Phoebe Bridgers, Janelle Monáe, Deftones, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Tyler The Creator, Foo Fighters, Young Thug, Julien Baker, My Morning Jacket, Jack Harlow, Primus, Nelly, Dashboard Confessional, Orville Peck, Kim Petras, the Weather Station, Mdou Moctar, G-Eazy, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Sylvan Esso, JID, Pinegrove, Yaeji, Lil Baby, Deadmau5, Leon Bridges, Brittany Howard, Flo Milli, Jamila Woods, Bill Frisell, and more.
In addition to the lineup announcement, Bonnaroo also laid out details of their new "Daily Entry" plan, as well as a new onsite transportation program called JamTrak.
"Our goal is to get you onto The Farm as quickly as possible. After purchasing your ticket, you’ll be able to secure a vehicle pass by day for either Tuesday, Wednesday, or weekend access from Thursday through Sunday."
"Say goodbye to long treks into Centeroo! Climb aboard the JamTrak for a new and easy way to get to all the action at Bonnaroo. This convenient + free transportation option will run all day and night and be available all throughout the campground with multiple routes and stops along the way."
After a sold-out 2019, Bonnaroo, with most other major festivals, canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizers announced a return to the farm in Manchester, Tennessee in the form of the "Concerts on the Farm" series starting in May with acts Billy Strings, Jon Pardi, and The Avett Brothers.