Set on a 700 acre, rustic farm in Manchester, Tennessee, Bonnaroo has become one of the biggest music festivals in the country over the last few years, competing with other big-name show titans as Lollapalooza and Rock the Bells. Resembling the old-school feel of Woodstock with loads of "hippies" and "cool kids" in the crowd, the festival is a compilation of music from almost every genre: hip-hop to country, alternative rock to pop.
But Bonnaroo is not your typical music festival. With events spread over a exciting four-day weekend, including hot bands, top comedians, art, activities, workshops, and vendors, Bonnaroo shows that modern music festivals have a lot more to offer than just music.
The lineup for this year's show will include:
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Phish, Beastie Boys, Nine Inch Nails, David Byrne, Wilco, Al Green, Snoop Dogg, Elvis Costello Solo, Erykah Badu, and Paul Oakenfold (just to name a few).
The festival is set to take place June 11-14. Tickets will go on sale this Saturday, Feb. 7, at Noon.
For more information on festivals news, tickets, lineup, and activities and attractions, go to www.Bonnaroo.com.
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