Kendrick Lamar has been named the second-day headliner for the 2023 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Returning to the Bonnaroo Farm, near Manchester, Tenn. from June 15-18, the festival boasts a four-day lineup.
According to a press release, the event features a wide-ranging bill with a selection of top artists performing around the clock across more than 10 unique stages, with live music and much more through the night and into the early morning with special sunrise sets.
K. Dot is scheduled to headline on the second day of Bonnaroo, preceded by Zeds Dead and Liquid Stranger who take on the opening show. Additionally, Odesza and the Foo Fighters are the remaining headlining acts.
Other artists taking the stage include Baby Keem, Three-6-Mafia, Sampa The Great, Lil Nas X, J.I.D., Amber Mark, and Paramore. Additionally, the legendary Bonnaroo Superjam will take place on Saturday, June 17, with more details to come
Hulu is set to return as the streaming home for the summer kick-off festival. Select performances will be available, exclusive to subscribers at no additional cost with additional special footage and behind-the-scenes looks.
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Tickets for the annual event go on sale on Thursday (Jan. 12) and include general admission, GA+, VIP, and Platinum, along with a limited range of 1-Day tickets. General Admission Camping & Parking, premium and pre-pitched glamping options, and more will also be available.
View the fully announced lineup for the 2023 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival below.