Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has added two artists to the lineup, revealing their late-night sets as well.
Kanye-inspired up-and-coming singer and rapper Bryson Tiller and organic electronic duo Bob Moses will join the rest of 2016’s hottest artists on “The Farm” this summer. These guys will play alongside some of the most popular psychedelic rock, pop and EDM artists well into the night.
Night owls will be more than satisfied with a stacked list, including the two new artists, beginning with Tame Impala and featuring Miguel, The Chainsmokers, Big Grams, Purity Ring, Zeds Dead, Adventure Club, RL Grime, Blood Orange and of course the collaborative annual Superjam.
Late night shows are a Bonnaroo tradition; based on past years, artists from other groups have appeared on stage and various surprises have taken place. It’s a time for collaboration and improvisation to keep the party going, as many of the artists selected are well-known for this style anyway.
The late night performances are in accordance with what days the artists announced appear on the daily lineups for the June 9-12 festival in Manchester, Tennessee.
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