Foo Fighters, Lizzo, Tame Impala, My Morning Jacket high Bonnaroo lineup

    This story was up to date Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at 6:34 p.m. with extra info.

    The Foo Fighters, Tame Impala, Lizzo, My Morning Jacket, Tyler, The Creator and Megan Thee Stallion are among the many 100 or so acts set to play a rescheduled Bonnaroo Music & Arts Competition in Manchester, Tennessee, Labor Day weekend in September.

    Sometimes held in June on the lately renamed Bonnaroo Farm, the occasion was moved due to COVID-19. The lineup was formally launched March 31 at 11 a.m., although it was by chance leaked on-line by an artist on Tuesday.

    Lizzo made information with Bonnaroo followers final 12 months when it was introduced she can be the primary feminine headliner within the competition’s practically two-decade historical past. For individuals who take note of lineups and the way they’re laid out with headliners listed on high, this 12 months’s lineup incorporates a feminine artist on the primary line of three of the 4 nights’ schedules, additionally for the primary time. Megan Thee Stallion joins the Foo Fighters on Friday, whereas Lana Del Rey joins Tyler, The Creator on Sunday’s schedules.

    Tame Impala is listed on the primary line after Lizzo on Saturday, whereas Grand Ole Opry That includes Particular Company tops the Thursday night time exhibits.

    The official announcement additionally consists of details about a brand new Jamtrak system, a free taxi service for campers on the practically 700-acre farm, in addition to enhancements to the sound and lighting techniques for the levels and a one-of-a-kind NFT (non-fungible token) digital artwork program that can included a 1 of 1 particular version of the 2021 lineup poster.

    The work might be created by digital artist Archan Nair in a brand new NFT market known as Makers Place. Bidding for the work poster and an animated digital paintings that includes the competition’s mascot, Rufus, will happen on-line beginning April 3 at 5:30 p.m. Central Time.

    Tickets, which begin at $329 plus parking, tenting and different charges, for the 20-year-old competition go on sale Thursday at midday Central.

    Lineup for Thursday, Sept. 2

    Grand Ole Opry That includes Particular Company 99 Neighbors, Andy Frasco, Massive One thing, Briston Maroney, Dabin, Devon, Gilfillian, The Funk Hunters, HE$H, Pleasure Oladokun, Larkin Poe, Liz Cooper & The Stampede, MIZE, Nubya Garcia, Scarypoolparty, Spock, Candy Crude, Taska Black, Too Many Zooz, ZiA

    Friday, Sept. 3

    Foo Fighters, Megan Thee Stallion, Run The Jewels, Janelle Monáe, Glass Animals, Deftones, Younger Thug, Tipper, Jack Harlow, Grace Potter, Primus, Nelly, The Disco Biscuits, Dashboard Confessional, Massive Wild, TroyBoi, Marcus King Band, Lennon Stella, Orville Peck, Kim Petras, Turkuaz w/Jerry Harrison and Adrian Belew: Stay In Mild, SVDDEN DEATH, Omar Apollo, Lucii, Waxahatchee, The Climate Station, Resistance Revival Refrain, LP Giobbi, ATLiens, Mija, Detox Unit, Rome In Silver, Jac Ross, Mdou Moctar, Tripp St., NotLö

    Saturday, Sept. 4

    Lizzo, Tame Impala, My Morning Jacket, G-Eazy, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Phoebe Bridgers, Incubus, Seven Lions, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Superjam: Sylvan Esso Presents “WITH” Kevin Gates, Marc Rebillet, Goose, Subtronics, Surfaces, JID, Jon Batiste, The Band Camino, Ashnikko, Yaeji, Ekali, Tate McRae, Pinegrove, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Remi Wolf, Wooli, Dr. Fresch, William Black, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Flamingosis, Hero The Band, Degree Up, DJ Mel, Nearly Monday, Lick

    Sunday, Sept. 5

    Tyler, The Creator, Lana Del Rey, Lil Child, deadmau5, Leon Bridges, Younger the Large, Brittany Howard, Flogging Molly, Boombox Cartel, Greensky Bluegrass, The Struts, CAAMP, Oliver Tree, PEEKABOO, Julien Baker, LSDREAM, Colony Home, Flo Milli, Breland, Niko Moon, Jamila Woods, Invoice Frisell: Concord that includes Petra Haden, Hank Roberts & Luke Bergman, LUZCID, Elderbrook, Makaya McCraven

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