Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival organizers have announced the 2017 lineup, which will feature headlining acts U2, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Weeknd and Chance the Rapper. The 4-day festival will take place June 8-11 in Manchester, Tennessee.
Other artists scheduled to perform include Major Lazer, Lorde, the xx, Flume, Travis Scott, Cage the Elephant, the Head and the Heart, Future Islands, Marshmello, Glass Animals, Portugal. The Man, Tove Lo, Tegan and Sara, Cold War Kids, Tory Lanez, Umphrey’s McGee, Car Seat Headrest, D.R.A.M., Flatbush Zombies, Margo Price, the Front Bottoms, Claude VonStroke, Michael Kiwanuka, Royal Blood, Yellow Claw, Milky Chance and Francis and the Lights.
Bonnaroo tickets are on sale now through the festival website, and ticket availability has been established through various pricing tiers. The first and second tiers, which had 4-day passes set at $274.50 + fees and $299.50 + fees, are already sold out. Currently, Tier 3 tickets are now available, with 4-day passes priced at $324.50 + fees. All GA passes include a commemorative wristband for 4-day entry to over 130 performances on 10+ stages, access to over 125 food & drink vendors, dozens of art vendors, and access to GA campground.
If history repeats itself in 2017, Bonnaroo is guaranteed to sell out. Resale tickets for Bonnaroo are already available, with prices averaging $404. As of now, Bonnaroo’s most in-demand year was last year, when Dead & Company, Pearl Jam, and LCD Soundsystem headlined the event. Check out the infographic below to see how Bonnaroo ticket prices have evolved through the years: