Bonnaroo comedy lineup revealed; Lewis Black, Donald Glover and more

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Though the comedian lineup hasn’t been officially announced for the highly anticipated Bonnaroo festival going down in Manchester, TN in June, we’ve got a list for you.

Below are the comedians we hear will be performing. Check it out!

Lewis Black
Cheech Marin
Ralphie May
the stars of Workaholics
John Waters
Henry Rollins
Henson Alternative’s Stuffed & Unstrung
The League (Paul Scheer, Nick Kroll, Jon Lajoie, Stephen Rannazzisi)
Donald Glover
The Gregory Brothers
Kathleen Madigan
Eugene Mirman
Ted Alexandro
Tim Minchin
Tig Notaro
Hannibal Buress
Craig Baldo
Nate Bergatze

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  • Jacob

    Rollins doesn’t consider himself a comedian, but a spoken word artist and storyteller. However most of his material is humorous and comedic. He was featured in the book “Satiristas: Comedians, Contrarians, Raconteurs & Vulgarians” and many consider him to be a humorist. So I think its great he’s part of the line up.

  • http://wutkradio.com The Byronic Hero

    He has been a spoken word / comedian performer for a while in addition to his musical work.

    Catch up on your pop culture, son.

    I’ll bet you’re going to say you didn’t know about his poetry books, either.

    Kids today.

  • Erik

    Yes, Henry does speaking shows all the time, has been for many years. They are f’n hilarious!

  • http://carpenterandclerk.com Adam

    Henry Rollins does a fair bit of “speaking” and some of it is pretty funny, yeah. I don’t know that I would call him a comedian necessarily, but I guess that’s as close as you can get.

  • Sean

    Henry Rollins? A comedian?