Bonnaroo 2018 Highlights + Live Photos

Bonnaroo has done it again. For 16 years, Bonnaroo has continuously impressed us with their diverse lineups and abundant aesthetics. This year's impressive installment of Bonnaroo was headlined by Eminem, The Killers, and Muse and featured other stunning performances from Anderson .Paak, Paramore, alt-J, Khalid, Bon Iver, and more.
The festival withdrawals are very real, so we are looking back at the best performances and moments of Bonnarro, check them out below:
Cage the Elephant's Secret Show
Late Thursday night at Happy Roo Day, the weekend-long art installation/ party on the festival's campgrounds, Cage the Elephant blessed 700 lucky fans with a secret show. The show was more of a house party than a festival set, as they tore through their set with a fearless attitude and a powerful energy coming from the crowd. Our sincerest apologies are going out to any of the festival-goers that missed this show.
Future
Being one of the biggest hip-hop acts it was no surprise that Future drew in one of the biggest crowds of the whole weekend. He performed a 24-track setlist which of course featured "Mask Off," "March Madness," "Low Life," "Wicked," and many more fan favorites. Our only disappointment from his set was that he didn't debut any track off his recently released soundtrack for the movie SUPERFLY. Check out his full setlist here.
Anderson .Paak
The rapper-drummer-multi-instrumentalist Anderson .Paak dominated his Saturday night What Stage set. He vibed with the crowd and left us all impressed by his performances of "GLOWED UP," "Come Down," and "Am I Wrong," and we can't forget his two drum solos.
Anderson .Paak Bonnaroo
Bon Iver
Their two-unique sets at Bonaroo made for a memorable final day for the festival. Their first set was focused around their acoustics and had a 13-track setlist that drew mainly off their most recent album 22, A Million.
Bon Iver Bonnaroo Setlist
Bon Iver's second set featured a special guest-heavy lineup with supporting performances by Francis and the Lights, Moses Sumney, Sylvan Esso, and Naeem Juwan. The band also brought up Aalayah Eastmond, a survivor of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida for a powerful speech on gun control.
Bon Iver - Bonnaroo setlist 2
alt-J
As the crowd swayed back and fourth, the British indie alt-rockers put on a show full of LED lights and psychedelic colors. The band performed their hits "Left Hand Free," "In Cold Blood," "Every Other Freckle," and "Breezeblocks" to close out their set.
alt-J Bonnaroo
Bonnaroo Photos Day 2 by Amiee Stubbs
Bonnaroo Day 3 Photos by Amiee Stubbs
Day 4 Bonnaroo Photos by Amiee Stubbs

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Last updated: 17 Dec 2018, 19:13 Etc/UTC