Conan O’Brien will make his first appearance at Bonnaroo this June. The show is part of his massive Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on TV Tour, which will run from April through June. Part of the comedian’s NBC buyout package prohibits him from hosting a television program until the fall. The tour promises “A Night of music, comedy, hugging and the occasional awkward silence.” Though O’Brien has never appeared at Bonnaroo, both his band leader Max Weinberg and his show’s character Triumph the Insult Comic Dog have appeared in the past. In addition to performing in Bonnaroo’s Comedy Theatre, O’Brien will MC the festival’s main What Stage on Friday and Saturday nights.

Other comedians scheduled to appear at Bonnaroo include:

Margaret Cho
Aziz Ansari
Jeffrey Ross Roasts Bonnaroo
Greg Giraldo
Bo Burnham
Doug Benson
Nick Kroll
Paul Scheer
Rob Huebel
John Roberts
Baron Vaughn
Chelsea Peretti

Conan ‘O Brien’s complete schedule includes:

April 12 Eugene, OR—Hult Center For the Performing Arts

April 13 Vancouver, BC—Orpheum Theatre

April 16 Spokane, WA—INB Performing Arts Center

April 17 Enoch, AB—River Cree Resort & Casino

April 18 Seattle, WA—Marion Oliver McCaw Hall

April 22 San Francisco, CA—Nob Hill Masonic Center

April 24 Universal City, CA—Gibson Amphitheater

April 29 San Diego, CA—San Diego Civic Theatre

April 30 Phoenix, AZ—Dodge Theatre

May 1 Las Vegas, NV—The Pearl Concert Theatre – Palms Casino

May 4 Reno, NV—Grand Sierra Resort & Casino – Grand Theatre

May 5 San Jose, CA—San Jose State University Events Center

May 6 Sacramento, CA—Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

May 9 Boulder, CO—Mackey Auditorium

May 13 Dallas, TX—McFarlin Memorial Auditorium-SMU Campus

May 14 Austin, TX—Austin Music Hall

May 15 Tulsa, OK—Brady Theater

May 16 Kansas City, MO—Midland Theatre

May 18 Minneapolis, MN—Orpheum Theatre

May 19 Chicago, IL—Chicago Theatre

May 22 Toronto, ON—Massey Hall

May 30 Atlantic City, NJ—Borgata Spa & Resort – Event Center

June 1 New York, NY—Radio City Music Hall

June 4 Boston, MA—Wang Theater

June 6 Uncasville, CT—Mohegan Sun Arena

June 7 Upper Darby, PA—Tower Theatre

June 8 Washington, DC—Constitution Hall

June 11 Manchester, TN—Bonnaroo Music Festival

June 14 Atlanta, GA—Fox Theatre