Pearl Jam, Dead and Company and the recently-reunited LCD Soundsystem will headline Bonnaroo 2016, as the festival returns to the farm in Manchester, Tennessee for its 15th year from June 9th through 12th.
This year Bonnarro will also feature performances from J. Cole, Ellie Goulding, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Tame Impala, Death Cab for Cutie, M83, Haim, Halsey, Miguel, Chris Stapleton, Ween, Chvrches, Big Grams (Big Boi and Phantogram), Band of Horses, Father John Misty, Leon Bridges, Grace Potter, the Chainsmokers, Purity Ring, Two Door Cinema Club, Sam Hunt, Zeds Dead, Tyler the Creator, Griz, Mavis Staples, Flosstradamus, Kurt Vile, Blood Orange, Lord Huron, RL Grime, Vince Staples, Third Eye Blind, Fidlar, Daughter, Kamasi Washington, Børns, Post Malone, Shamir, Steve Gunn, Natalie Prass, the Internet, Bully, Twin Peaks, Waxahatchee, Beach Fossils, Hundred Waters and more.
Bonnaroo's comedy offerings for 2016 will include Judd Apatow and Friends, Bridget Everett and Adam Devine of Workaholics. The current lineup is available on the Bonnaroo website, while more performers — including those set to take part in the annual Superjam — will be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets for Bonnaroo will go on sale January 22nd at 12 p.m. EST via the festival's website. Along with its characteristically impressive lineup, this year's Bonnaroo will also feature 400 toilets, hundreds of showers and additional water filling stations, all of which were installed on a new water line that runs through the festival grounds.