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Eminem, Arcade Fire, Widespread Panic, The Black Keys Headlining Bonnaroo

 Eminem, Arcade Fire, Widespread Panic, and The Black Keys will be headlining the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival for its 10th year, according to the Bonnaroo website.

The good people who run Bonnaroo have put together a bomb-ass lineup. Other artists confirmed for the festival include My Morning Jacket, Lil Wayne, Robert Plant & the Band of Joy, Girl Talk, The Strokes, Dr. John, Big Boi, Gregg Allman, Atmosphere, Wiz Khalifa, Mavis Staples, Cold War Kids, Best Coast, Sharon Van Etten, and the Smith Westerns. Plus, there will be a one-time super jam with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys and Dr. John. The full lineup can be found here.

Conan O'Brien had the pleasure of introducing the lineup announcement.

I went to Bonnaroo for the first time last summer, and it was so worth it. You'll come home over-exhausted, but it's quite an experience that certainly makes for an absolutely unforgettable summer. Don't miss out on Bonnaroo 2011! Tickets go on sale on February 19th at 12 p.m. EST.



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