Bonnaroo is an annual music and arts festival that began in 2002. The festival is held on a 700 acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee and brings in hundreds of thousands of music fans to the area. Each year the performer stages at the festival change, with some permanent stage including the ‘What Stage’ which hold 100,000 fans and is the largest at Bonnaroo.

While primarily a music festival featuring jam bands, Bonnaroo also features an eclectic line-up of acts. Artists from music genres including jazz, country, hip-hop, metal, reggae and more have found there way onto the stages. Bonnaroo has become among the most popular festivals among fans and has grown larger every year in which it is held.

Bonnaroo 2018 Lineup Announced: Eminem, The Killers Headline
Eminem, fresh off a new album and catching headlines for his frequent criticism (to put it mildly) of President Trump, has been announced as one of the headlining acts of Bonnaroo 2018 , which dropped its performer list on Tuesday morning. It is his second time playing the festival... Read more
Bonnaroo 2014 Lineup: Kanye West, Elton John, Jack White, Lionel Richie
Summary by Dan Reynolds, TicketNews: Just recently, the full lineup for the 2014 Bonnaroo Festival was announced. The top artists to perform include Sir Elton John, Jack White, Lionel Richie, The Avett Brothers, Skrillex, and more. This year’s festival will be taking place in Manchester, Tennessee at Great Stage... Read more
Bonnaroo 2013 Lineup Announcement: Watch Live and Help Break News!
Bonnaroo, one of the country’s largest festivals, will return to Manchester, Tennessee from June 13-16. Weird Al Yankovic announced this year’s performers in an hour-long live broadcast over YouTube. Headliners include Mumford & Sons, Paul McCartney, and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. See the lineup here. Read more
Fans and festival planners prepare for 11th annual Bonnaroo
If it’s blazing hot in Tennessee, it must be time for engine Bonnaroo, the popular music and comedy festival which for four days each year descends on the small town of Manchester, TN. This year the festival runs from June 7 through 10, and, as always, will take place... Read more
Madonna, Bonnaroo tickets on sale this weekend
With its headliners announced this week, tickets for the annual Bonnaroo festival are among the onsales for the weekend ending February 20 as compiled by TicketNews. Bonnaroo, which was first launched in 2002, is unique from many other music festivals in that it strives to be environmentally friendly while... Read more
The 2011 edition of the popular Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival may have just ended, but its organizers are already looking ahead to next year. Earlier today, June 16, organizers confirmed dates and the earliest round of presales for the festival’s 11th year. Bonnaroo 2012 will run June 7-10... Read more
New York City-based rock crew The Strokes are awaiting the release of their first album in five years. To celebrate the effort — and launch a 2011 calendar filled with high-profile performances — the band has planned a blowout hometown concert. The critically acclaimed rock quintet, fronted by Julian... Read more
With the big milestone fast approaching, Bonnaroo organizers are pulling out all the stops to make the 10th year an eclectic and star-studded event. The 2011 lineup, announced February 15, runs the gamut from blazing hot up-and-comers to time-tested music veterans. Headline spots for Bonnaroo 2011 go to Eminem,... Read more
A weekend has been booked for the 10th annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN. The eclectic event will return to 650-acre host farm, Great Stage Park, for the milestone anniversary June 9-12. The Bonnaroo 2011 lineup announcement is still a few months away, but public onsales... Read more
Festival-goers who purchased presale tickets for Bonnaroo had to do so without any lineup details. But those who waited for the start of public onsales yesterday, February 9, had the benefit of knowing the billing — or at least part of it. Dave Matthews Band, Kings of Leon, Stevie... Read more