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Bonnaroo Sells Out! 80,000 People Expected To Attend!

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With a line-up like theirs, we can't say we're surprised!

After three months on sale, tickets for the upcoming 2011 Bonnaroo festival has officially sold out, with about 80,000 music lovers expected to be at the 10th outing of the legendary summer music festival in Manchester, TN from June 9th-12th!

Amazing! Congrats to all the organizers!

We have a feeling that this will certainly be an experience not soon forgotten!

And if you're not excited enough already, check out the full, final line-up of acts…AFTER THE JUMP!

Bonnaroo 2011 final lineup:



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


Iron & Wine

Girl Talk


Dr. John with the Original Meters and Allen Toussaint performing Desitively Bonnaroo

Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas

Pretty Lights

Florence + the Machine

SuperJam with Dan Auerbach and Dr. John

Explosions In The Sky



Gogol Bordello



Big Boi

Scissor Sisters

Gregg Allman


Global Gypsy Punk Revue curated by Eugene Hütz


Warren Haynes Band




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


Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers

Loretta Lynn

G. Love & Special Sauce

Black Uhuru

Cold War Kids

The Walkmen


Wanda Jackson

Neon Trees

Portugal. The Man

Sleigh Bells

Amos Lee

Best Coast

Dãm-Funk & Master Blazter

The Sword

Shpongle Presents Shpongletron Experience

The Drums

The Black Angels

Daniel Lanois' Black Dub

School of Seven Bells

J. Cole

Nicole Atkins & the Black Sea




Anthony B

Freelance Whales

Justin Townes Earle

Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses

Deer Tick

Band of Skulls

Sharon Van Etten

Abigail Washburn

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears

Omar Souleyman

Twin Shadow


Man Man

The Low Anthem

Alberta Cross

Railroad Earth

Jessica Lea Mayfield

Ben Sollee

Smith Westerns


The Head and the Heart

Karen Elson

Dennis Coffey

Beats Antique

Forro in the Dark

The Knux

Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens



Hayes Carll


DJ Kraz

DJ Logic

DJ Neil Armstrong

Gypsyphonik Disko

Hesta Prynn

Jared Deitch

Motion Potion (San Francisco)

Aaron "Woody" Wood

Andrea Belanger

Apache Relay

Aunt Martha

The Band of Heathens

The Beautiful Girls-Mat McHugh Solo & Acoustic

Black Box Revelation

Bobby Long

Cheer Up Charlie Daniels

Chancellor Warhol

Chris Harford and the Band of Changes

Civil Twilight

Cory Chisel & the Wandering Sons

Cristina Black

The David Mayfield Parade

Deas Vail


Fine Peduncle

Gary Clark Jr.


Greensky Bluegrass


He Is We


J. Roddy Walston & The Business

Jamie McLean Band

JEFF the brotherhood

Kellee Maize

Kevin Hammond

Kopecky Family Band

Lauren Shera


Matthew and the Atlas


Miss Willie Brown

Parkington Sisters

The Pimps of Joytime

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

River City Extension

Rotary Downs

Sallie Ford & the Sound Outside

Shahidah Omar


Uncle Skeleton

Walk the Moon

The White Buffalo


Lewis Black

Henson Alternative's Stuffed & Unstrung

John Waters

Henry Rollins

420 Comedy Blaze

Bill Bailey

Donald Glover

The League Live (Paul Scheer, Nick Kroll, Jon Lajoie, Stephen Rannazzisi)

The Gregory Brothers

Tim Minchin

Hannibal Buress

Ted Alexandro

Eugene Mirman

Kathleen Madigan

Tig Notaro

Craig Baldo

Nate Bergatze

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3 comments to “Bonnaroo Sells Out! 80,000 People Expected To Attend!”

  1. 1

    This festival has gone down hill since I graduated high school. When I was in high school there were great bands that played. But I guess what they're doing seems to be working since it sold out. Still gay though….eminem……. at a festival???

  2. 2

    …maybe u should just list who's not going to be there…..

  3. 3

    Too bad they couldn't schedule anything properly. They have a lot of the biggest acts playing at the same time and a ton of dead periods with nothing big happening. It's really disappointing for people who shelled out for the tickets.