2018 Bonnaroo Lineup Includes Sturgill Simpson, Midland, Old Crow Medicine Show, Brothers Osborne & More

2018 Bonnaroo Lineup Includes Sturgill Simpson, Midland, Old Crow Medicine Show, Brothers Osborne & More

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival unleashed its 100-plus-artist lineup for 2018, and it includes a number of country-centric performers, including Sturgill Simpson, Midland, Brothers Osborne, Ole Crow Medicine Show, Tyler Childers, Sheryl Crow and more.

The 2018 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will take place June 7–10 at Great Stage Park, the 700-acre farm and event space located just 60 miles south of Nashville in Manchester, Tenn. And, if you were wondering, the dates are once again the exact same as this year’s CMA Music Fest (June 7–10) in Nashville.

Tickets go on sale on Jan. 12 at 10 a.m. ET.

In addition to headliners Eminem, The Killers and Muse, the four-day festival will feature performances from:

  1. Eminem
  2. The Killers
  3. Muse
  4. Future
  5. Bassnectar
  6. Sturgill Simpson
  7. Bon Iver (playing 2 unique sets)
  8. Khalid
  9. Kaskade
  10. Paramore
  11. Alt-J
  12. Dua Lipa
  13. Sheryl Crow
  14. Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
  15. Sylvan Esso
  16. Rebelution
  17. The Revivalists
  18. Virtual Self
  19. Nile Rodgers & CHIC
  20. Rufus Du Sol
  21. Chromeo
  22. STS9
  23. Alison Wonderland
  24. Moon Taxi
  25. Carnage
  26. BROCKHAMPTON
  27. Old Crow Medicine Show
  28. Playboi Carti
  29. The Glitch Mob
  30. Rag’N’Bone Man
  31. Broken Social Scene
  32. Superjam
  33. Grand Ole Opry
  34. First Aid Kit
  35. Jungle
  36. Tash Sultana
  37. T-Pain
  38. Manchester Orchestra
  39. Brothers Osborne
  40. Gryffin
  41. What So Not
  42. Rich Brian
  43. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
  44. Billie Ellish
  45. Daniel Caesar
  46. Kali Uchi
  47. Kayzo
  48. Slander
  49. ARIZONA
  50. St. Paul & The Broken Bones
  51. Lany
  52. Thundercat
  53. Mavis Staples
  54. Hippie Sabotage
  55. Big Wild
  56. Shiba San
  57. Sir Sly
  58. Denzel Curry
  59. Moses Sumney
  60. Snakehips
  61. Tyler Childers
  62. Mr. Carmack
  63. Valentino Khan
  64. Amadou & Mariam
  65. Midland
  66. Opiou
  67. Japanese Breakfast
  68. Jessie Reyez
  69. K?D
  70. R.LUM.R
  71. Noura Mint Semali
  72. Gogo Penguin
  73. Lissie
  74. Chris Lake
  75. Billy Kenny b2b Mija
  76. Durand Jones & The Indications
  77. Space Jesus
  78. Manic Focus
  79. Boogie T b2b Squnto
  80. Ikebe Shakedown
  81. Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
  82. Spafford
  83. Said the Sky
  84. Elohim
  85. Melvv
  86. Alex Lahey
  87. Knox Fortune
  88. Lewis Capaldi
  89. Ron Gallo
  90. Pond
  91. Loudpvck
  92. Conway + Westside Gunn
  93. CloZee
  94. Chase Atlantic
  95. Leven Kali
  96. Bazzi
  97. Everything Everything
  98. Frenship
  99. Droeloe
  100. Taska Black
  101. Mikky Ekko
  102. The Spencer Lee Band
  103. Justin Jay’s Fantastic Voyage
  104. Blank Range
  105. Bayonne
  106. Bruno Major
  107. Duckwrth
  108. The War and Treaty
  109. Cyn
  110. Arlie
  111. Dreamers
  112. Spencer Ludwig
  113. The Brummies
  114. Jalen N’Gonda
  115. Jaira Burns
  116. OkeyDokey
  117. Zeshan B
  118. The Regrettes
  119. Tobi Lou
  120. Shey Baba
  121. Chastity Brown
  122. Topaz Jones
  123. Kyle Dion
  124. The Texas Gentlemen
  125. Michael Blume
  126. Post Animal
  127. Southern Avenue
  128. Larkin Poe
  129. Colin Elmore & The Danville Train
  130. The Blue Stones
  131. Michigan Rattlers
  132. Matt Maeson
  133. Fletcher
  134. Matt Holubowski
  135. Victory Boyd
  136. Saro
  137. FLOR
  138. Oliver Hazard
  139. Jade Bird
  140. John Splithoff
  141. Colin MacLeod
  142. *repeat repeat
  143. Low Cut Connie
  144. Davie
  145. Biyo
  146. Walden
  147. Hundred Handed

photo by Carissa Riccardi

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