OMG, the Bonnaroo Lineup.

Seriously. Look at this lineup. It speaks for itself.

* Dave Matthews Band
* Kings of Leon
* Stevie Wonder
* Jay-Z
* Tenacious D
* Weezer
* The Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs perform “Dark Side of the Moon”
* The Dead Weather
* Damian Marley and Nas
* Phoenix
* Norah Jones
* Michael Franti and Spearhead
* John Fogerty
* Regina Spektor
* Jimmy Cliff
* LCD Soundsystem
* The Avett Brothers
* Thievery Corporation
* Rise Against
* Tori Amos
* The National
* Zac Brown Band
* Les Claypool
* John Prine
* The Black Keys
* Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers
* Jeff Beck
* Dropkick Murphys
* She & Him
* Against Me!
* Deadmau5
* Daryl Hall & Chromeo
* Jamey Johnson
* Clutch
* Bassnectar
* Kid Cudi
* The Disco Biscuits
* Kris Kristofferson
* Medeski Martin & Wood
* The xx
* Dan Deacon Ensemble
* Tinariwen
* Wale
* Baaba Maal
* The Melvins
* The Gaslight Anthem
* Miike Snow
* The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
* Dr. Dog
* They Might Be Giants
* Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile
* Isis
* Blitzen Trapper
* Blues Traveler
* Miranda Lambert
* Calexico
* Gary Chardonnay
* OK Go
* Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
* Martin Sexton
* Lotus
* Baroness
* Dave Rawlings Machine
* Mayer Hawthorne and the County
* Japandroids
* Jay Electronica
* Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
* Ingrid Michaelson
* The Dodos
* Manchester Orchestra
* The Temper Trap
* Cross Canadian Ragweed
* Big Sam’s Funky Nation
* Carolina Chocolate Drops
* Tokyo Police Club
* The Entrance Band
* Local Natives
* Brandi Carlile
* Mumford & Sons
* Rebelution
* Diane Birch
* Monte Montgomery
* Julia Nunes
* The Postelles
* Lucero
* Here We Go Magic
* Hot Rize
* Neon Indian
* B.O.B
* More Artists to Be Announced!

I mean, where else are you going to see Miranda Lambert and Stevie Wonder in the same weekend?

This year’s festival will take place June 10-13 in Manchester, Tennessee (per usual). Passes are on sale now and start at $234.50. The next graduated price tier is $249.50.

Festival organizers will once again offer a payment plan for passes where, instead of a lump sum, ticket buyers can purchase passes in several easy monthly payments of $50 each.

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Lindsay Eanet

When Lindsay Eanet was 10 years old, she heard The Beatles' "I Am The Walrus" for the first time and it totally blew her mind. Ever since then, she's had an almost compulsory love of All Things Rock (And Country), to the point where she's even publicly defended Garth Brooks's "Chris Gaines" phase. She's currently finishing up her journalism degree at the University of Missouri, where she used to run the campus arts and entertainment magazine, MOVE, and got to interview lots of neat people, from Ted Leo to Tab Benoit. In addition to being a staff writer and social networking maven for, Lindsay's work has been featured in In These Times, Soundcheck Magazine, Vox Magazine (Columbia, Mo.) and McSweeney' When not writing until her fingers start to cramp, Lindsay can usually be found enjoying live music, watching football (both American football and real football, which you Yankees call "soccer") or making her notorious seven-layer dip. (Personal/Professional blog) (Twitter) 1. The nicest thing you've ever done? My freshman year of college, on Valentine's Day, I set up a display in the lounge of our dorm with all my floormates' pictures on index cards, each with a few sentences about what I loved about them. 2. Favorite band 10 years ago, favorite band today? The answer to this will forever be the same: The Beatles. 3. How do you roll? Backwards somersault.

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