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2022 Bonnaroo Festival Full Lineup: Whiskey Myers, Billy Strings, Zach Bryan & More Performing

by Liz Holland
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The 2022 Bonnaroo Festival Lineup is out! This year’s bill is absolutely stacked with acts you won’t wanna miss.

Bonnaroo is so much more than a music festival. The weekend also doubles as an arts festival, and both attendees and staff camp on-site, making it an unforgettable few days for everyone involved. This year’s edition is set to take place June 16-19 on the Bonnaroo farm, just 60 miles outside of Nashville in Manchester, TN. This year’s Bonnaroo presents a bill that offers something for everyone, featuring artists from multiple genres across 10 stages. 

The festival lineup includes some of our readers’ favorite artists throughout the four day event. Some notable acts billed for the fest include Whiskey Myers, Billy Strings, Zach Bryan, and Maggie Rose, to name a few. You can catch J. Cole as one of the headliners on Friday, Check out Tool on Saturday, and Stevie Nicks on Sunday. Sounds to us like anyone attending the fest will certainly have an impressive weekend to share with the world.  

When Do Tickets For Bonnaroo 2022 Go On Sale?

Tickets for the fest will go on sale this Thursday, January 13 at 12pm CT on the festival’s official website. If you’re interested in attending, it’s important to note that this is the only official source for tickets. Options for tickets will include 4 day passes at different tiers, including a general admission pass, a GA+ pass, a VIP pass, or a Platinum pass. There will also be Camping and Parking passes offered at GA, GA+, VIP, and Platinum levels. 

In typical Bonnaroo fashion, there will be more than one affordable option available for guests. The festival offers payment plans for tickets, with the cheapest asking for a $35 down payment. The festival is also offering accommodation starting at $99 per night. Car camping passes are available per car rather than per person in an effort to reduce the amount of cars on the road and encourage attendees to carpool. Car camping passes start at $70 per vehicle before fees. 

This year’s Bonnaroo will also feature a ton of new stuff that hasn’t been part of the festival in previous years. There will be new activities as well as a bunch of improvements with operations. There will be info booths, better signage, cooling stations, pedicabs, and more. 

Improvements Coming For This Year’s Festival

One exciting improvement being made this year is changes to a few of the festival’s 10 stages. The festival’s second biggest stage, The Which Stage, is undergoing a huge production makeover. Additionally, “The Other Stage” which is the festival’s home for electronic music, will now feature more music than ever before. The stage will host all-night DJ sets and performances through sunrise every day. 

In 2021, Bonnaroo was forced to cancel the festival after several staff members had already arrived. Unlike many events in 2021, the festival wasn’t called off because of COVID related reasons. The area experienced such intense rain and flooding in the days leading up to the festival that the campgrounds were waterlogged. The flooding was so bad that staff was unable to safely drive their cars on the festival grounds, and those who had already parked had to call for outside help to free their trapped vehicles.