DaBaby, Megan Thee Stallion, Young Thug and more are set to perform at the 2020 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The official Instagram and Twitter accounts for the Tennessee fest announced the upcoming lineup on Tuesday (Jan. 7).
Lizzo, Tool and Tame the Impala will headline the four-day event, which spans from June 11-14. Several hip hop acts are represented, including Run the Jewels, Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby, Kevin Gates, Denzel Curry, J.I.D, slowthai and Young Thug.
Nelly will also appear to perform Country Grammar, which included hits like “Ride Wit Me” and title track “Country Grammar (Hot Shit).” The reference to the 2000 album apparently had some younger fans confused, who thought Country Grammar was actually just a single.
“The fact that everyone thinks Country Grammar is just a song, and not the 9th highest selling rap album of all time (that has sold well over 10 million copies) has me...” one Twitter user wrote.
“These kids really think Country Grammar is just a single song and don’t realize it’s an entire album,” another fan tweeted. “Me and Nelly are too old for this shit.”
the fact that everyone thinks Country Grammar is just a song, and not the 9th highest selling rap album of all time (that has sold well over 10 million copies) has me https://t.co/BEuZe4z3Gs— Andrew Barber (@fakeshoredrive) January 7, 2020
These kids really think Country Grammar is just a single song and don’t realize it’s an entire album. Me and Nelly are too old for this shit ♂️ pic.twitter.com/rXHlxJ6g2l— Koda ♂️ (@koduhhhh) January 7, 2020
Tickets for the festival go on sale on Thursday (Jan. 9) at noon EST. Packages include four-day and single-day passes. They can be purchased on the Bonnaroo website.
“Yeah I can’t do this Twitter shit no more.. too many trolls,” Lizzo tweeted on Sunday (Jan. 5). I’ll be back when I feel like it.”
The tweet received a mix of support from her fans and nastiness from online “trolls.” The singer has recently had to fight back against Twitter users who criticize her weight. One such critic was Dr. Boyce Watkins, who claimed she was only famous because of her size.