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Bonnaroo’s Line-Up Looks Dope This Year

Photo via Bonnaroo.com

This year, the 2018 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will be headlining with the Killers, Eminem, Muse, and Future. The full artist line-up for this year’s festival has been revealed, and it looks great.

The 17th annual Bonnaroo festival, taking place June 7-10 in Machester, Tennessee, will be featuring artists such as  Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Kaskade, Paramore, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, and Sheryl Crow. This will mark Eminem’s second performance at Bonnaroo; his first was in 2011, and he will more than likely be showcasing some songs from his brand new album Revival, which includes the Trump diss track track “The Storm.”

Rock mainstays The Killers and Muse and rap giant Future will all be making their Bonnaroo debuts this year. In 2017, besides U2 and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, it appeared that Bonnaroo consciously decided to steer clear of “legacy” acts. That seems to have changed for 2018. Although this year’s headliners are younger than ever (Eminem is an exception at 45), there’s a large veteran performer presence further down the bill, including Mavis Staples and Nile Rogers and CHIC.

Tickets for Bonnaro are going for $299.50 (plus fees) and will be on sale at 10 a.m. CST Friday, January 12 at www.bonnaroo.com. Here’s the entire 2018 Bonnaroo lineup below:

Eminem
The Killers
Muse
Future
Bassnectar
Sturgill Simpson
Bon Iver (playing 2 unique sets)
Khalid
Kaskade
Paramore
Alt-J
Dua Lipa
Sheryl Crow
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
Sylvan Esso
Rebelution
The Revivalists
Virtual Self
Nile Rogers & CHIC
Rufus Du Sol
Chromeo
STS9
Alison Wonderland
Moon Taxi
Carnage
BROCKHAMPTON
Old Crow Medicine Show
Playboi Carti
The Glitch Mob
Rag‘N’Bone Man
Broken Social Scene
Superjam
Grand Ole Opry
First Aid Kit
Jungle
Tash Sultana
T-Pain
Manchester Orchestra
Brothers Osborne
Gryffin
What So Not
Rich Brian
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Billie Ellish
Daniel Caesar
Kali Uchis
Kayzo
Slander
ARIZONA
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Lany
Thundercat
Mavis Staples
Hippie Sabotage
Big Wild
Shiba San
Sir Sly
Denzel Curry
Moses Sumney
Snakehips
Tyler Childers
Mr. Carmack
Valentino Khan
Amadou & Mariam
Midland
Opiou
Japanese Breakfast
Jessie Reyez
K?D
R.LUM.R
Noura Mint Semali
Gogo Penguin
Lissie
Chris Lake
Billy Kenny b2b Mija
Durand Jones & The Indications
Space Jesus
Manic Focus
Boogie T b2b Squnto
Ikebe Shakedown
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
Spafford
Said the Sky
Elohim
Melvv
Alex Lahey
Knox Fortune
Lewis Capaldi
Ron Gallo
Pond
Loudpvck
Conway + Westside Gunn
CloZee
Chase Atlantic
Leven Kali
Everything Everything
Frenship
Droeloe
Taska Black
Mikky Ekko
The Spencer Lee Band
Justin Jay’s Fantastic Voyage
Blank Range
Bayonne
Bruno Major
Duckwrth
The War and Treaty
Cyn
Arlie
Dreamers
Spencer Ludwig
The Brummies
Jalen N’Gonda
Jaira Burns
OkeyDokey
Zeshan B
The Regrettes
Tobi Lou
Shey Baba
Chastity Brown
Topaz Jones
Kyle Dion
The Texas Gentlemen
Michael Blume
Post Animal
Southern Avenue
Larkin Poe
Colin Elmore & The Danville Train
The Blue Stones
Michigan Rattlers
Matt Maeson
Fletcher
Matt Holubowski
Victory Boyd
Saro
FLOR
Oliver Hazard
Jade Bird
John Splithoff
Colin MacLeod
*repeat repeat
Low Cut Connie
Davie
Biyo
Walden
Hundred Handed

[via Usa Today]

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