Thousands of music fans, festival-goers, and even white-collar Roovians are already daydreaming about their weekend on the Manchester farm. Bonnaroo is taking place in September instead of June this year. The festival will take place over Labor Day weekend from Thursday to Sunday, September 2-5, 2021. Attendees can expect four days and nights packed with music, comedy, art, food, camping, activities, and good times. This will be Bonnaroo’s 20th Anniversary! The lineup has been announced and tickets are now on sale.
Bonnaroo 2021 Lineup
Headliners in 2021 Include:
- Foo Fighters
- Tyler, The Creator
- Tame Impala
- Lana Del Rey
- Megan Thee Stallion
- My Morning Jacket
- Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
- Phoebe Bridgers
- Seven Lions
- Lil Baby
- Leon Bridges
- Young The Giant
- Brittany Howard
- Run The Jewels
- Janelle Monae
- Glass Animals
- Young Thug
- Jack Harlow
Bonnaroo 2021 Tickets
Bonnaroo tickets are now on sale! See the full list of ticket options here.
- 4-Day General Admission Ticket (Tier 1): $329 + fees
General admission tickets are sold in increasing price tiers, so purchase early to save some cash.
- 4-Day General Admission Plus Ticket: $549 + fees
**NEW IN 2021** Includes a new fast-track entrance and private Centeroo lounge and bar
- 4-Day VIP: $1050 + fees
- 4-Day Platinum: $3,275 + fees
You also have to purchase a Car Camping Pass, if you want to stay and camp at the festival. The passes are $60 + services per vehicle to encourage carpooling. Day Parking Passes and RV Passes are also available.
Is Bonnaroo For You?
We often hear people say, “I can’t camp like that,” or “I don’t like any of the bands,” or “I’m too old and have kids.” Well, everyone’s a little intimidated the first time, but you may surprise yourself. The camping isn’t bad—you can shower once (or twice) a day if you want. The bands unite the festival, but you’ll likely remember the overall experience over any performance.
There’s also comedy, cinema, art exhibits, shopping, a beer festival, sand volleyball, yoga, running, and other activities, so you could probably go the whole weekend without seeing a single band and still have a good time. While at first glance you might feel out of place among the shirtless bandana wearers, you quickly realize there are a lot of people there just like you, who just wanted to escape at this one-of-a-kind, legendary festival. There are more children and senior citizens in attendance than you might expect, too. So kick the negative vibes and consider Bonnaroo’s #1 Rule: Radiate Positivity.
We look forward to seeing you in the line for Spicy Pie.