Bonnaroo 2024: People in Bonnaroo have been waiting for this news for a long time. The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival said Thursday that it will be back in Manchester from June 13–16, 2024. We’re already getting ready for what will be another great weekend on the farm, even though the event isn’t for months.
Find out about the event by reading on.
— Bonnaroo (@Bonnaroo) November 2, 2023
Who is going to play at Bonnaroo 2024?
Even though the list hasn’t been made public yet, we already have some ideas about who will be there.
Bonnaroo shared a mysterious Halloween teaser on Halloween with the words “Don’t be afraid.” A little green vampire with a purple cape jumps out of a red coffin in the movie. Olivia Rodrigo or Vampire Weekend might be performing.
The list is usually made public at the start of the year. From now until then, we’ll be eagerly waiting.
What should I wear to Bonnaroo 2024?
For four days of dancing and walking in the hot June sun, you need to wear the right clothes. There isn’t a set dress code, but it’s best to bring clothes that are comfy and good for doing everything that Bonnaroo has to offer.
But fashion will always be there. Platform shoes, glitter, and bikini tops are all past event fashion trends.
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What kind of music will be played at Bonnaroo?
The 650-acre park has many stages, so there is always something going on at the farm. In the past, Paramore, Kendrick Lamar, and Portugal have all performed. Knocked Loose, Sheryl Crow, The Man, and a lot more.
There is music for everyone at Bonnaroo, all the time. There is rock, hip hop, dance, and more.
What is Bonnaroo slang for?
Sad news for the Bonnaroo Family: Dr. John, who’s album Desitively Bonnaroo inspired the name of this place we call home, has passed away. You will be sorely missed💔https://t.co/UXH5lQTuYR
— Bonnaroo (@Bonnaroo) June 6, 2019
The name of the event comes from the great New Orleans musician Mac Rebennack, better known as Dr. John, and his album “Desitively Bonnaroo.” “Good stuff” is what “bonnaroo” means in Crèole.
In 2010, Jonathan Mayer, one of the founders of the festival, told Spin magazine that they were looking for a name that would mean something and inspire people.
“The word ‘Bonnaroo’ looked cool. It turned out that it’s Creole slang for ‘good stuff.’ That just seemed to represent what we’re about,” said Mayer. “I Googled it and it didn’t seem like it was too widely used, which meant that it was a term that we could really brand as our own. It’s been a perfect fit.”
Rebennack died in 2019, no more than a week before the event.