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Check Out the 13 Babeliest Babes Playing This Year's Bonnaroo

With females still representing a small percent of festival acts, we're admiring the lovely ladies who'll be repping in Tennessee this weekend

1 / 11

Courtney Barnett

Babe-worthy: The Australian singer/songwriter has some sultry vocal skills and guitar skills, but she makes music for herself. That's hot.

2 / 11

Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas

Babe-worthy: Jessica's unique, unapologetic style and sound. Period.

3 / 11

Betty Who

Babe-worthy: A little bit Katy Perry and a splash of Robyn, Betty Who brings you the best of both with a dash of her own pop.

4 / 11

Babe-worthy: This Danish delight just keeps getting better. Also, those braids.

5 / 11

Little May

Babe-worthy: Three in one beauties, Liz Drummond, Hannah Field and Annie Hamilton will give you sweet driving harmonies. They're damn cute too. Sorry/not sorry.

6 / 11

Florence Welch

Babe-worthy: We love Florence for so many reasons. She shall rule Bonnaroo.

7 / 11

Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear

Babe-worthy: Ruth Ward is one sexy mother.

8 / 11

Brittany Howard

Babe-Worthy: THIS WOMAN'S VOICE!!

9 / 11

Sylvan Esso

Babe-worthy: We're all about Amelia Meath's smooth vocals, but her moves are definitely worth catching this weekend.

10 / 11

Brandi Carlile

Babe-worthy: Simple. Honest. Beautiful.

11 / 11

SZA

Babe-Worthy: The complete package, SZA, has the voice, the style and a bodacious bod.

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