That's it, man! If we don't somehow manage to find ourselves at Coachella in precisely 66 days seeing Faith No More, we're pointing the hooptie due east and heading to Bonnaroo. All day, every five minutes or so, festival organizers have been revealing their lineup in a piecemeal fashion ala Monolith on its MySpace page (ever heard of Twitter, guys?).
As if we didn't already have enough reason to find our way to Tennesee to catch the Flaming Lips performing Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety, we now have even more incentive -- namely, Chromeo with Daryl Hall (reprising their Live from Daryl's House webisode) and Stevie Wonder! Oh and there's a bunch of other acts we wouldn't mind seeing either, like, Against Me!, the Avett Brothers, LCD Soundsystem and ... Ah, hell, just check out the lineup thus far after the jump.
Here it is, in alphabetical order because we're anal like that.
Bonnaroo 2010 June 10-13, 2010 • Manchester, Tennesee
Against Me! Tori Amos The Avett Brothers Jeff Beck B.O.B. Baroness Bassnectar Diane Birch The Black Keys Blitzen Trapper Blues Traveler Brandi Carlile Carolina Chocolate Drops Calexico Les Claypool Jimmy Cliff Clutch Cross Canadian Ragweed Damian Marley & Nas Dan Deacon Ensemble Daryl Hall & Chromeo Dave Matthews Band Dave Rawlings Machine Dead Weather Deadmau5 The Disco Biscuits The Dodos Dr. Dog The Dropkick Murphys Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros The Entrance Band Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs John Fogerty Gaslight Anthem Gwar Here We Go Magic Hot Rize Isis Japandroids Jay Electronica Jay-Z Jamey Johnson Norah Jones Kid Cudi Kings of Leon Kris Kristofferson Miranda Lambert LCD Soundsystem Local Natives Lotus Lucero Baaba Maal Manchester Orchestra Mayer Hawthorne & the County Medeski, Martin & Wood Melvins Michael Franti & Spearhead Ingrid Michaelson Monte Montgomery Mumford & Sons The National NEEDTOBREATHE Neon Indian Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Julia Nunes Ok Go Phoenix Postelles John Prine Punch Brothers Rebelution Rise Against Martin Sexton She & Him Mike Snow Regina Spektor Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers The Temper Trap Tenacious D They Might Be Giants Thievery Corporation Tinariwen Tokyo Police Club Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue Wale Weezer Stevie Wonder The xx Zac Brown Band
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