Average Ticket Prices
Ron White $50.82      Steve Aoki $37.28      Phantogram $22.22      The Infamous Stringdusters $20.92      Trans-Siberian Orchestra $54.20      Il Volo $59.81      Greensky Bluegrass $19.75      Lyle Lovett $61.34      John Legend $66.94      "Honda Civic Tour" $50.63      Crizzly $23.52      Widespread Panic $44.48      SoMo $18.52      Heart $60.72      DevilDriver $23.08      Kanye West $85.60      J. Cole $50.61      The Head And The Heart $26.94      The Polish Ambassador $16.79      Willie Nelson $58.70      Shawn Colvin $49.17      The Mavericks $42.27      Steve Earle $44.74      Bill Maher $60.69      The Stray Birds $13.64      Hedley $45.30      Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers $19.20      Brad Paisley $45.29      The Fresh Beat Band $39.21      Il Divo $67.71      ThePianoGuys $43.84      Break Science $16.80      Mannheim Steamroller $56.73      Drake $78.84      Justin Timberlake $115.03      Gavin DeGraw $36.47      The Wonder Years $17.56      Arctic Monkeys $34.03      Papadosio $16.77      Celtic Thunder $61.09      Paper Diamond $20.30      The Wild Feathers $14.17      Railroad Earth $26.01      Zedd $27.94      Reverend Horton Heat $21.59      Lindsey Stirling $28.95      Killswitch Engage $35.71      Danny Bhoy $38.34      Kari Jobe $26.19      Alejandro Fernández $73.70      
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VEVO Does Bonnaroo

10:01 AM Friday 6/10/11 |   |

Wanna soak up all that is Bonnaroo without leaving your home? Then check out the live stream from VEVO.

VEVO is streaming Bonnaroo throughout the weekend. Beginning today, you can sit in the comfort of your own home while watching performances by Florence & The Machine, Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons, Wiz Khalifa, The Strokes and many more.

The online music video and entertainment service will also archive performances for accessing on demand after the festival closes, allowing you to relive those Bonnaroo moments via your iPhone, Android handset, Internet-connected TVs and through syndication partner sites including AOL, BET, CBS Interactive Music Group (including Last.fm), Univision and YouTube.

  • Bonnaroo 2011

    Music lovers flock cool off during the opening day of the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tenn.
    June 9, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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Just think of it! No bathroom lines, no concession lines, no traveling. Just sitting in front of your computer watching this year’s ‘Roo in glorious 2D. It’s why God (and Al Gore) created the Internet. Visit Vevo.com/bonnaroo for more information.


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