While 2017 was a blast in terms of celebrity couples getting engaged, new star babies being born, and a long list of new hit songs by up-and-coming artists, old-schoolers like Eminem, The Killers, and Muse are shaking up the stage at 2018's Bonnaroo festival. Tickets go on sale on Friday (January 12th 2018) and follows an incredible event a year ago which featured headliners U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Weeknd.
Bonnaroo isn't the only festival to receive criticism for its male-dominated lineups: nearly all major music festivals have had the same problem including Coachella, Glastonbury, Outside Lands, Lollapalooza and and more. The last day of the festival is June 10.
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Mavis Staples, Amadou & Mariam, Midland, SuperJam, Grand Ole Opry, T-Pain and much, much more. The communal areas formerly known as Pods will now be known as Plazas. Also, several permanent "Barns" will be installed around the site in the campgrounds and a "pristine wooded hangout", similar to The Grove, is being built as well.
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Each group has its own headquarters, sometimes in full view of the police, who refer to them as b?ryokudan [violent groups]. The mafia-like yakuza gangs first operated in the 17th century, stemming from street merchants and gamblers.
The festival also works with a team of volunteers who collect food from its vendors and on-site caterers to donate over 20,000 pounds of food to Coffee County food banks that assist families in need, senior citizens and others.
While Bonnaroo does not release box office or attendance figures, the Tennessean reported a slip to 45,537 in 2016, with headliners that included Pearl Jam, Dead & Company and LCD Soundsystem.
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