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Tis the season to be jolly because it’s festival lineup unveiling time yet again, and this year’s Bonnaroo set is something to sing about.
Between Lollapalooza, Coachella and Pitchfork, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has historically been the “holy grail” of music festivals. Not only is the four-day festival on a beautiful farm in Tennessee for all to camp and enjoy, but also it continuously has one of the best lineups there is to offer.
There is a little bit of something for everybody. The diversity ranges from folk to hip-hop, new age to old age, and comedy performances to movie tents. The festival will go down June 12 to 15.
Some of the biggest acts grace the Bonnaroo stage, and this year is no exception. Each ticket is $284.50, which covers cost of camping grounds and four days of access to legendary bands. Get your friends, grab a van and head on down to Manchester, because this year you won’t regret it.
Besides the headliners, these are some of the acts you cannot miss:
Neutral Milk Hotel, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Chromeo, Cake, Fitz and The Tantrums, Amos Lee, Grouplove, Die Antwoord, Chance the Rapper, Dr. Dog, Yonder Mountain String Band, Little Dragon, City and Colour, The Glitch Mob, Seasick Steve, First Aid Kit, Pusha T and Okkervil River.

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