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Tyler Childers, Charley Crockett And More Announced For Bonnaroo 2023

January 10, 2023 4:04 pm GMT
Last Edited June 6, 2023 4:52 pm GMT

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Fans always eagerly look forward to Tennessee's Bonnaroo line-up reveal, but this year it felt as though there was an heightened level of anticipation regarding which multi-genre stars would be featuring in the festival's 2023 instalment.

Foo Fighters, Odesza and rap titan Kendrick Lamar will all take the headlining duties, while country fans will be delighted to see Tyler Childers, Charley Crockett and Morgan Wade all being added to the line-up.

Tyler Childers has positioned himself at the forefront of country music's alternative, experimental wave.

With the release of 2022's triple-album, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?, which was selected as one of Holler's Albums of the Year, Childers caught the attention of mainstream listeners.

Fans will be excited to witness him perform alongside his band, the Food Stamps, in Manchester, Tennessee on June 17.

Also taking the Bonnaroo stage will be fellow country music maverick, Charley Crockett. He'll be playing an array of hits from his 2022 album, such as ‘Odessa’ and ‘I'm Just A Clown’, which he recently performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Other notable artists in Bonnaroo's 2023 country contingent includes Morgan Wade, Kip Moore and Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, along with one of the genre's icons, Sheryl Crow.

Bonnaroo will return to its home in Manchester, Tennessee, on June 15-18, with an eclectic mix of artists from a range of genres.

As well as the headliners and a strong roster of country performers, acts such as Portugal. The Man, Paramore, Marcus Mumford, Alesso, 070 Shake, Lil Nas X and more are all set to perform.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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