It's pretty big..
The Tennessee festival will return for its 17th edition between June 7th and 10 and boasts an equally impressive supporting bill that features the likes of Paramore, Sheryl Crow, Future, Khalid, and Alt-J.
Other big names on the line-up for 2018 include Broken Social Scene, Dua Lipa, Mavis Staples and Chromeo.
Tickets for the festival are set to go on sale from 10AM EST at the festival’s site, which can be found here.
Last year’s Bonnaroo featured a similarly heavyweight line-up that featured the likes of U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Weeknd.
Meanwhile, Muse’s appearance comes amid speculation that they could release a new album in 2018 after heading back into the studio last year.
After their blistering headline performances at Reading & Leeds 2017, photos posted on Instagram show the band recording what appears to be more guitar-based music with Rich Costey – who worked with the band on their third and fourth albums ‘Absolution’ and ‘Black Holes And Revelations’.