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Bonnaroo 2011 Lineup Announced

Bonnaroo 2011 Lineup

Eminem  Arcade Fire  Widespread Panic  The Black Keys 
Buffalo Springfield feat Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale 
My Morning Jacket  Lil Wayne  String Cheese Incident  Robert Plant & Band of Joy 
Mumford & Sons  The Strokes  The Decemberists  Ray Lamontagne  Bassnectar 
Iron & Wine  Girl Talk  Primus  Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas 
Pretty Lights  Florence + the Machine  Explosions In The Sky  STS9  Gogol Bordello 
Beirut  Big Boi  Scissor Sisters  Gregg Allman  Ratatat  Robyn 
Warren Haynes Band  Deerhunter  Opeth  Atmosphere  Old Crow Medicine Show 
Bootsy Collins & the Funk University  Wiz Khalifa  Matt & Kim 
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals  The Del McCoury Band & the Preservation Hall Jazz Band 
Mavis Staples  Béla Fleck and the Flecktones  Chiddy Bang  Jovanotti 
Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers  Loretta Lynn  Cold War Kids  The Walkmen Devotchka  Wanda Jackson  Neon Trees 
Portugal. The Man  Sleigh Bells  Amos Lee  Best Coast  Dãm-Funk & Master Blazter 
The Sword  The Drums  The Black Angels  School of Seven Bells  J. Cole 
Nicole Atkins & the Black Sea  Wavves  !!!  Junip  Freelance Whales 
Justin Townes Earle  Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses  Deer Tick  Band of Skulls 
Sharon Van Etten  Abigail Washburn  Omar Souleyman  Twin Shadow  Kylesa 
Man Man  The Low Anthem  Alberta Cross  Railroad Earth  Jessica Lea Mayfield 
Smith Westerns  The Head and the Heart  Karen Elson  Beats Antique  22-20s 
Phosphorescent  Clare Maguire  Hayes Carll 

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Total Comments: 5
Karl Schneider
Karl Schneider    Feb 16 2011 3:15am
This article just looks cool. I think it's because the image blends. However, I demand personal commentary as I feel it's unfair for me to have to form my own opinion.

(Eminem jumped out at me right away ... didn't realize bonnaroo was this big into hip-hop.)
David
David    Feb 16 2011 5:18pm
Not as good as Coachella, but very good nonetheless.
Crux
Crux    Feb 16 2011 6:52pm
I think just recently Bonnaroo has really opened it's doors to more mainstream artists especially of the Hip Hop or Rap genres. I would say it started in 2008 with Kanye.

The great thing about Bonnaroo is if you're not into the mainstream music there are always several bands playing at once on different stages. Therefore, if you're not a rap fan and don't care to see Eminem you could probably go check someone else out.
Crux
Crux    Feb 16 2011 6:58pm
As far as the lineup goes.....I think there is a wide enough range of musical styles to accommodate most fans. Being a fan of rap (among other genres) I would be really psyched to see Lil Wayne, Big Boi, Girl Talk, Wiz Khalifa and Eminem. Having 2 of those 5 being Pittsburgh natives is also kind of cool.
Patrick Ferrara
Patrick Ferrara    Feb 17 2011 5:24am
Arcade Fire, Black Keys, My Morning Jacket, Lil Wayne, The Strokes, Iron & Wine, Beirut, Big Boi, Ratatat, Wiz, Matt & Kim, Cold War Kids, The Walkmen, Sleigh Bells, Freelance Whales...man, even if i was going to this i probably wouldn't even be able to catch all the artists i want to see!