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Bonnaroo lineup released
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The lineup for Bonnaroo version 19.0 was released Tuesday with a star-fueled lineup organizers are billing as “extraordinarily diverse.”

Headlined by hard-driving rockers Tool, blossoming female vocalist Lizzo, and always-entertaining Miley Cyrus, Bonnaroo will set up camp June 11-14 in Manchester.

The festival has earned its reputation as a delightful combination of consequential music and calming vibes to attract visitors throughout the nation. 

Tents and RVs stretch for as far as the eye can see, transforming the 700-acre festival grounds into its own four-day city, complete with post office.

“The Farm” as it’s affectionately known has become one of the most iconic places to hear music in America, with visitors melting into its grassy fields while absorbing everything from hip-hop to jam bands.

The atmosphere is unparalleled, but music is always the backbone. Artists spanning countless genres and stylistic approaches will perform around the clock on 10 unique stages sprinkled around the grounds.

The Grand Ole Opry is the featured act Thursday night to jump start performances. Friday night will feature Tool, Miley Cyrus and Bassnectar.

Saturday is packed full of showmanship, including Lizzo, Flume, Tenacious D, Jason Isbell and Oysterhead, a supergroup composed of Phish frontman Trey Anastasio, Primus bass player Les Claypool, and The Police drummer Stewart Copeland.

Sunday is headlined by Tame Impala, Lana Del Rey, and Vampire Weekend.

Tickets go on sale this Thursday, Jan. 9, at 11 a.m. Central, exclusively via www.bonnaroo.com/tickets. Bonnaroo is presenting an array of affordable options, with tickets starting at $35 down and accommodations available for as low as $70 per night. 

Car camping passes are priced at $60 (plus fees) per car, not per person, allowing fans to save money and reduce their carbon footprint by carpooling. 

Bonnaroo has a rich history of listening to its fan base and accommodating suggestions. This year is no different as visitors will be treated to new activities, site improvements, new navigation tools, and on-site transportation options.

New options will also extend to camping, a vital part of the Bonnaroo experience. The festival campgrounds are an endless adventure of discovery where unique human connections are forged.

New tent and RV rental options are available in 2020, including new darkroom dome tents available with AC, convenient camping near The Grove, and more.

For more information, visit www.bonnaroo.com.