The 16th anniversary Bonnaroo Music and Arts festival returns to Manchester, TN this year with Irish rockers U2 announcing earlier this week that they were set to headline the event with an anniversary performance of their classic "Joshua Tree" album. Now the festival, which takes place between June 8th and June 11th this Summer, have announced this year's line-up in its entirety.

Bonnaroo line-up

Along with U2, the festival is set to feature performances from:

  • Red Hot Chilli Peppers

The Californian funk rockers are festival favorites around the globe, and released their 11th studio album last year.

No doubt Bonnaroo will be one of many big summer gigs for the quartet.

  • the Weeknd

The 26-year-old singer/songwriter will be making his debut at the festival this year. He rose to fame after receiving critical-acclaim for songs he uploaded to YouTube in 2010, and is now a household name.

  • Chance the Rapper

The Chicago MC is set to make his fourth appearance at the festival this year. Still just 23-years-old, the rapper is up for five nominations at this year's Grammy Awards.

  • Lorde

The singer/songwriter from New Zealand gained notoriety after signing a record deal with Universal at just 17-years-old. Her single "Royals" won two Grammy Awards in 2014.

  • the xx

The London group are set to release their first album since 2012 this month.

The album entitled "I see you" has been in production since May 2014 and will be the band's third release since their Mercury Award-winning debut in 2010.

Other acts set to feature at Bonnaroo include:

  • Major Lazer
  • Travis Scott
  • Future Islands
  • Flume
  • Tegan & Sara
  • Crystal Castles
  • Car Seat Headrest
  • Noname
  • the Head and the Heart
  • Glass Animals
  • Tove Lo
  • Tory Lanez
  • Portugal
  • The Man
  • Gallant
  • Cage the Elephant
  • Flume
  • D.R.A.M
  • Francis and the Lights
  • Kevin Morby
  • James Vincent McMorrow
  • Margo Price
  • Flatbush Zombies
  • White Reaper... and more

Bonnaroo headlined by U2

The headlining spot for U2 will come as part of the rock group's summer tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their highly regarded "Joshua Tree" album.

The album includes some of the bands most well-known songs, including "Where the Streets Have No Name," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," and "With or Without You." The band are set to play the album in its entirety during their celebration tour, which begins in Vancouver on May 12th.

Bonnaroo: RHCP, Chance the Rapper and the Weeknd

California rockers Red Hot Chilli Peppers are also set to return to the Bonnaroo festival for the first time since 2012, as they continue to tour last year's album release "The Getaway". Chance the Rapper will be playing the festival for the fourth consecutive year, whilst there is a Bonnaroo debut for the Weeknd. Chance the Rapper has technically only been on the festival's billing twice since his debut performance in 2014, but made guest appearances in 2015 with Earth, Wind and Fire, and in 2016 he joined J.Cole, Bryson Tiller, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Miguel. The festival has been held at what is now Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee since it's inaugural year in 2002.