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Bonnaroo Names Names

03:01 PM Tuesday 2/9/10 |   |

The Bonnaroo Music Festival began announcing its lineup today. While the mega-event, scheduled for June 10-13 in Manchester, Tenn., isn’t revealing details like showtimes and stages, it is presenting an almost endless list of acts, including Dave Matthews Band, Jay-Z, The Flaming Lips, John Fogerty, Jeff Beck, Bassnectar and Norah Jones.

Organizers are announcing the lineup through the festival’s MySpace page. For the first time in the event’s history, tickets went on sale at the same time its artist lineup began posting on MySpace. But don’t expect the two top tiers of tickets to be available. Those sold out in December during the festival’s holiday pre-sale.

As of this afternoon, here’s what’s up for this year’s Bonnaroo:

The Avett Brothers
The Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs perform Dark Side of the Moon
Weezer
Medeski Martin & Wood
John Fogerty

  • John Fogerty

    25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame concert, Madison Square Garden, NYC
    October 29, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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Cross Canadian Ragweed
Ingrid Michaelson
Phoenix
The xx
Regina Spektor
Mayer Hawthorne & the County
Wale
Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers
Norah Jones
Bassnectar
OK Go
Monte Montgomery
Jay-Z

  • Jay-Z

    Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
    November 13, 2009

    (Jenny Mandeville)

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Punch Brothers
Thievery Corporation
GWAR
She & Him
Jimmy Cliff
Tokyo Police Club
Kid Cudi
Japandroids
Dr. Dog
Baaba Maal
Neon Indian
Zac Brown Band
The National
John Prine
Dave Matthews Band

  • Dave Matthews Band

    52nd Annual Grammy Awards, Los Angeles at the Staples Center.
    January 31, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Dave Rawlings Machine
Local Natives
Dropkick Murphys
Manchester Orchestra
Jeff Beck
Jay Electronica
The Postelles
Carolina Chocolate Drops
Rebelution
Damian MarleyNas
needtobreathe
Tenacious D

  • Tenacious D

    U.S. Cellular Arena, Milwaukee, Wis.
    November 2, 2008

    (Matt Schwenke / Concertlivewire.com)

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The Black Keys
Jamey Johnson
They Might Be Giants
The Entrance Band
Lotus

The above list is not complete; Bonnaroo is updating the lineup throughout the day.

  • Bonnaroo!

    Bonnaroo festival patrons cool off in the Centeroo Fountain on Thursday.
    June 11, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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Available general admission, four-day passes are available for $234.50 and $249.50 with a limit of 10 per order. Passes include camping and parking except for RVs and oversized vehicles which will additional passes. There are also ticket payment plans which work out to five payments of $50 spread out between now and mid-May. For more information, including ticket options, please click here for Bonnaroo’s MySpace page and here for the Bonnaroo Web site.


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