Headliners included Phish, Childish GambinoThe LumineersOdeszaPost Malone and more: See the full gallery

Wow, Bonnaroo really nailed it this year! From the festival’s knockout lineup to a memorable GRiZ Superjam, the festival really outdid itself in the best way. I’m sharing a few of my favorite shots from another exceptional year on the farm! See the full gallery here.



After a brief moment of silence for our beloved arch, our first day of Bonnaroo 2019 brought us face-to-face with the new Squarch. A brief encounter with members of the House of Yes team led to a fun photoshoot, and we caught performances by bülow, 12th Planet, and Saba.

Thursday included additional performances by Donna Missal, Dorfex Bos, SunSquabi, and an epic Space Jesus B2B Eprom B2B Shlump.


Our Friday started with a high-energy, mosh pit-inducing set by Tyla Yahew. We couldn’t get over his amazing custom vest by Adam Mars. Shortly after, Colombia’s Monsieur Periné gave us an incredible taste of Latin flavor, followed by an insane set by British rock band, Catfish & The Bottlemen. K. Flay left it all on the stage and got us so hyped for GRiZ‘s two major performances. After an insane set on the Which Stage and unimaginable performances by Solange and Liquid Stranger, GRiZ returned to deliver an outstanding Superjam.

Friday included additional performances by AJR, The Avett Brothers, Courtney Barnett, Medasin, SOAK, Beach House, NGHTMRE, and RL Grime.


After an all-nighter at Kalliope, Saturday started with a performance by some of our favorite Minnesotans, Hippo Campus. We caught a bit of country superstar, Marren Morris before seeing Chicago rapper Juice WRLD, Irish megastar Hozier, The Lonely Island, Gucci Mane, and Zhu.

Saturday included additional performances by Chelsea Cutler, Bishop Briggs, Quinn XCII, Kacey Musgraves, TOKiMONSTA, The National, Honey Harper, Gramatik, and Clairo.


With three amazing days in the books, we kicked off our final day of Bonnaroo 2019 with WALK THE MOON. Ahead of their highly-anticipated third album, III, we caught Denver-based folk band The Lumineers for a stellar mainstage performance. Despite ongoing speculation of an impending cancelation, Bonnaroo then delivered the Cardi B they promised. The first following a slew of cancelations by the “Press” rapper. We then caught our absolute new favorite, KING PRINCESS before ending our amazing weekend with the legendary, Phish.

Sunday included additional performances by Dombresky, Brandi Carlile, Mac DeMarco, G Jones, AC Slater, and Illenium.

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