Bonnaroo 2014 Adds More Artists to Club Stage, Announces Red Bull Collaboration

posted by Dan Murphy on April 09, 2014

The Orwells by Laura Baker-Finch

Manchester, Tennessee -- Today, the Bonnaroo festival promoters released the Club Stage artists for its 2014 incarnation. Some new acts announced include Speedy Ortiz, The OrwellsDiarrhea Planet, and Empires.

Hunter Hunted, Kevin Devine, Lily and the Parlour Tricks, and Roadkill Ghost Choir were also added today. They'll join the previously announced headliners Elton John, Kanye West, Jack White, Lionel Richie, and Vampire Weekend as part of Bonnaroo's massive lineup. Scroll down for the full lineup. 

Bonnaroo also revealed today that it is partnering with Red Bull Music Academy through 2018 to bring the RBMA Bass Camp to the Manchester festival grounds. The camp will host daily workshops and lectures from big names in the music community, and will have a built-in recording studio where artists can collaborate during the festival. Additionally, the Sonic Stage will become the Red Bull Music Academy Stage for curated late-night sets. 

The festival will take place June 12-15 in Manchester, Tennessee. Tickets are currently on sale with general admission passes starting at $284.50. If you're heading to The Farm this year, be sure to check out our Festival Guide for all of your Bonnaroo needs. 

Newly Announced Artists: Am & Shawn Lee, Animals as Leaders, Ásgeir, The Black Cadillacs, Blank Range, The Bots, Bronze Radio Return, Cayucas, Desert Noises, Diarrhea Planet, Donald Cumming, The Dunwells, Elel, Empires, Fly Golden Eagle, The Futures League, The Griswolds, High and Mighty Brass Band, Hunter Hunted, Jamestown Revival, Jeremy Messersmith, John & Jacob, Kansas Bible Company, Kevin Devine, Kins, Lily & the Parlour Tricks, The Lonely Biscuits, Monster Truck, The Orwells, Parade of Lights, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Royal Canoe, The Saint Johns, Sam Hunt, Skinny Lister, Speedy Ortiz, Streets of Laredo, Syd Arthur, The Unlikely Candidates, Wild Child, Willy Mason

Previously Announced Lineup: Elton John, Kanye West, Jack White, Lionel Ritchie, Vampire Weekend, The Avett Brothers, Phoenix, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, Frank Ocean, The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Neutral mlk Hotel, Wiz Khalifa, Superjam with Skrillex and Friends, Superjam "?", The Bluegrass Situation Superjam Hosted by Ed Helms, Disclosure, Cut Copy, The Head and the Heart, Zedd, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Funkiest Dancer, Chromeo, Broken Bells, Tedeschi Trucks Band, James Blake, Bobby Womack, Umphrey's Mcgee, Ice Cube, Ben Howard, Slightly Stoopid, Fitz and the Tantrums, Cake, Janelle Monae, Grouplove, Amos Lee, CHVRCHES, Cage the Elephant, Die Antwoord, Andrew Bird & The Hands of Glory, Mastodon, Capital Cities, Jake Bugg, Chance the Rapper, Dr. Dog, Yonder Mountain String Band, John Butler Trio, Little Dragon, City and Colour, The Glitch Mob, The Naked and Famous, Taran Killam, Phosphorescent, Drive-By Truckers, Washed Out, Danny Brown, Warpaint, Sam Smith, ASAP Ferg, Darkside, Seasick Steve, Shovels & Rope, Lucero, Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Wood Brothers, The Master Musicians of Jajouka Led by Bachir Attar, with Special Guests, Pusha T, Meshuggah, Polica, Dakhabrakha, Goat, ZZ Ward, Seun Kuti, Blackberry Smoke, Ms Mr, Hannibal Buress, First Aid Kit, Rudimental, A Tribe Called Red, Omar Souleyman, The Bouncing Souls, Greensky Bluegrass, Ty Segall, Sarah Jarosz, Vintage Trouble Okkervil River, White Denim, Jonathan Wilson, Robert DeLong, Cloud Nothings, Typhoon, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Valerie June, King Khan and The Shrines, Cherub, Banks, Break Science, The Black Lillies, Real Estate, The Lone Bellow, Caveman, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Jon Batiste, La Santa Cecilia, Classixx, Allah-Las, Cass MCombs, Vance Joy, Haerts, J. Roddy Wlaston and The Business, Those Darlins, Deafhaven, Lake Street Dive, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, The Wild Feathers, The Preatures, Blank Range

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