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We knew the basic Bonnaroo 2011 lineup, but along with a couple additional bands (see retro Swedes Graveyard, for example), we now have the complete schedule. Interesting Sharon Van Etten and Jessica…   Read Story »
Bonnaroo's celebrating its 10th year of existence on June 9-12 at everyone's favorite 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. The "special, limited" pre-sales start on 11/26, the day after…   Read Story »
Add Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, and Kings Of Leon to the previously speculated Paul Simon, Dave Matthews Band, and Lips Covering Floyd. The new names aren't confirmed, but likely. Full lineup Tuesday.   Read Story »
That's right, LiveDaily adds him to the lineup that includes the Flaming Lips doing Dark Side Of The Moon and, according to rumors, Paul McCartney. Boomer's delight! Allegedly! We'll know for certain…   Read Story »
Wayne Coyne told Spinner that the band plans to make like New Year's and do the complete DSOTM after a regular Lips set, so get your drugs now. It's also looking like DMB is likely. Pavement perhaps?…   Read Story »
Next year's pilgrimage to Manchester, TN has been confirmed for 6/10-6/13. Tix go on sale 11/27. (And for what it's worth, Pavement seem to be free that weekend.) Meanwhile, the future of Morrison,…   Read Story »
Bonnarro added more non-Phish bands to its 2009 lineup, including PE, High On Fire, Dillinger Escape Plan, Passion Pit, and Amadou & Mariam. The comedy tent includes Jimmy Fallon because the…   Read Story »
As rumored late last year, Phish and the Boss will be headlining Bonnaroo 2009. It'll be the legendary jam band's first time at the festival and they'll be making up for lost time by playing two…   Read Story »
A rumor discussed on message boards and now fueled by Rolling Stone puts Phish on Bonnaroo's What stage Friday and Saturday nights (6/12-6/13 in Manchester, TN). (Bruce Springsteen will allegedly…   Read Story »
Of course we did a double take when we received the Bonnaroo lineup press release yesterday. But if the AP and the NME (now deleted) and the Chicago Sun Times (see here) had spent more than 30…   Read Story »