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UPDATE: Bonnaroo Festival Lineup

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You may remember lucky listener Trish + Triple M staff member Emily's Backstage Blog about their experience last year in our Concertgoers blog. Bonnaroo takes places June 10-13 in Manchester, TN and this year's lineup is shaping up to be one hell of a show! Confirmed thus far (updated 9:00am 2/10/10:)

Dave Matthews Band • Kings of Leon • Stevie Wonder • Jay-Z • Tenacious D • Weezer • The Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs perform "Dark Side of the Moon" • The Dead Weather • Damian Marley & Nas • Phoenix • Norah Jones • Michael Franti & Spearhead • John Fogerty • Regina Spektor • Jimmy Cliff • LCD Soundsystem • The Avett Brothers • Thievery Corporation • Rise Against • Tori Amos • The National • Zac Brown Band • Les Claypool • John Prine • The Black Keys • Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers • Jeff Beck • Dropkick Murphys • She & Him • Against Me! • The Disco Biscuits • Daryl Hall & Chromeo • Jamey Johnson • Clutch • Bassnectar • Kid Cudi • Baaba Maal • Kris Kristofferson • Medeski Martin & Wood • The xx • GWAR • Dan Deacon Ensemble • Tinariwen • Wale • Deadmau5 • The Melvins • Gaslight Anthem • Miike Snow • The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band • Dr. Dog • They Might Be Giants • Punch Brothers • Isis • Blitzen Trapper • Blues Traveler • Miranda Lambert • Calexico • OK Go • Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue • Martin Sexton • Lotus • Baroness • Dave Rawlings Machine • Mayer Hawthorne and the County • Japandroids • Jay Electronica • Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros • Ingrid Michaelson • The Dodos • Manchester Orchestra • The Temper Trap • Cross Canadian Ragweed • Big Sam's Funky Nation • Carolina Chocolate Drops • Needtobreathe • Tokyo Police Club • The Entrance Band • Local Natives • Brandi Carlile • Mumford & Sons • Rebelution • Diane Birch • Monte Montgomery • Julia Nunes • The Postelles • Lucero • Here We Go Magic • Hot Rize • Neon Indian • B.O.B



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02/09/2010 11:36AM
UPDATE: Bonnaroo Festival Lineup
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04/02/2010 6:40AM
Anne Urbanski
Be sure to go see MONTE MONTGOMERY - I think he's playing on June 10th or 11th. Awesome guitar player.
04/02/2010 6:42AM
Megan B
I would LOVE to be the backstage blogger! Ive been dreaming about being able to go to Bonnaroo this year. It would be an honor to be able to let the Triple M community in on my experience
04/02/2010 7:09AM
Rachel
I desperately want to be the backstage blogger! Tell me what I need to do to become the blogger and it's DONE!
04/02/2010 7:13AM
Emily Thousand
We'll be doing something similar to what we did last year: submitting a video blog about yourself and why you should be our Backstage Blogger at Bonnaroo!
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