A lineup of 36 music acts — topped by star rapper G-Eazy, Australian pop-rock duo Empire of the Sun and electronic-music producer DJ Snake — are set to play in the woods near Heber, at the fourth annual Bonanza Campout music festival.
The slate for the three-day event, set for June 21-23 at the River’s Edge Campground at the base of Jordanelle Dam in Heber, was announced Thursday by the event’s Salt Lake City production company, Late Nite Events. Tickets go on sale Friday at BonanzaCampout.com.
Organizers say onsite cabins for the three-day event have sold out, and limited RV sites and other camping options are still available for those making a weekend of it.
Friday’s slate is topped by the Utah debut of DJ Snake, whose latest single “Taki Taki” features Selena Gomez and Cardi B. Prominent acts on Friday include the electronic producer Griz and rapper and actor Machine Gun Kelly. Also slated to perform Friday: Smokepurpp, Two Feet, Yungblud, NoMBe, Carlie Hanson, Ford, Emily Brimlow and L8loomer.
Empire of the Sun, which plays electro-glam pop-rock, is Saturday’s headliner. Rapper/singer Blackbear, English electronic duo AlunaGeorge and DJ/producer Big Wild are also at the top of Saturday’s slate. Also appearing Saturday: Whethan, Missio, Harry Hudson, Phantoms, Elley Duhe, Dounia, Manila Killa, Shy Girls and Tim Atlas.
Sunday’s biggest performer is G-Eazy, sometimes billed as “the James Dean of rap.” Other big names Sunday are Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo, British singer-songwriter Bishop Briggs, and L.A. indie-rock band Sir Sly. Also on Sunday’s bill: SOB x RBE, Charlotte Lawrence, Crooked Colours, Ryan Caraveo, Shaed, Cosmo’s Midnight, Win and Woo, and Carly Rose.
Bonanza also boasts large-scale art installations, food trucks, a vendor village, interactive fan experiences and a nightly “Pond Yacht After Party” on a nautical-themed stage with surprise guest DJs.