Watch Bonnaroo from Your Computer


Bonnaroo. It’s hot, so you’re sweaty and so are the hundreds of people around you.

That’s not to imply that the Manchester, Tennesse festival is no good. In fact it features some of the best acts of the year—it just happens to (inconveniently) be outside. That is, until now. Just as with 2012’s Coachella, all the Bonnaroo Music Festival acts are streaming on Youtube. All sets are streaming, so no black outs and, with multiple tabs, no need to choose between conflicting sets.

The streaming begins tomorrow 6/8 at 12:30 (CT) with Steven Bernstein’s MTO Plays Sly, and it can all be viewed at Bonnaroo’s special steaming page on Youtube. The full schedule is below, so you can time your weekend just right to catch St. Vincent, Radiohead, and Temper Trap to name only a few.


6/8 Friday:

12:30 – Steven Bernstein’s MTO Plays Sly
1:00 – The Soul Rebels
1:45 – tUnE-yArDs
2:00 – The Infamous Stringdusters
2:45 – The Lonely Forest
3:00 – Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
3:15 – Two Door Cinema Club
4:00 – Laura Marling
4:30 – NEEDTOBREATHE
5:00 – The Avett Brothers
5:30 – Fitz and the Tantrums
6:30 – Little Dragon
6:30 – Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
6:45 – Alabama Shakes
7:45 – Kendrick Lamar
7:45 – St. Vincent
8:45 – Foster the People
9:00 – Rodrigo y Gabriela and C.U.B.A
10:00 – Radiohead

6/9 Saturday:

12:30 – Darondo
1:00 – Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires
1:30 – Umphrey’s McGee
2:00 – Das Racist
2:30 – Sam Bush Band
3:00 – The Temper Trap
3:30 – Battles
4:00 – Punch Brothers
4:45 – Blind Pilot
5:30 – Dawes
6:00 – Flogging Molly
7:00 – Santigold
7:00 – Mogwai
8:30 – Childish Gambino
8:30 – Dispatch
10:00 – Red Hot Chili Peppers

6/10 Sunday:

12:30 – Delta Spirit
1:00 – Gary Clark Jr.
1:15 – ALO
2:00 – Here We Go Magic
2:00 – Grouplove
3:00 – Trampled By Turtles
3:00 – City and Colour
3:30 – The Antlers
4:00 – Kathleen Edwards
4:30 – Kenny Rogers
5:00 – Ben Folds Five
5:45 – Bon Iver
6:30 – The Shins
7:15 – Young the Giant
8:00 – Phish
8:00 – fun.
9:15 – The Civil Wars


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