Bonnaroo Rolls Out 2012 Lineup with Radiohead, the Beach Boys, Bon Iver

> Feb 14 2012

Bonnaroo Rolls Out 2012 Lineup with Radiohead, the Beach Boys, Bon Iver
By Alex HudsonWith festival season just a few months away, it's time to start buying those tickets and booking those road trips. If there's any event that might be able to challenge Coachella for festival supremacy, it just might be Bonnaroo, which has unveiled its 2012 lineup.

The festival runs from June 7 to 10 in Manchester, TN, and it's impressive lineup will feature (deep breath): Radiohead, the Beach Boys, Bon Iver, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ben Folds Five, St. Vincent, Alice Cooper, Black Star, the Black Lips, Flying Lotus, Skrillex, the Shins, tUnE-yArDs, Childish Gambino, Major Lazer, Aziz Ansari, the Avett Brothers, SBTRKT, Bad Brains, Das Racist, Little Dragon, Phish, and Battles.

On the Canadian front, other notable acts include Feist, Rush, Kathleen Edwards, and City and Colour.

Four-day festival passes will be on sale soon will cost upwards on $234.50. Get ticket and camping information here. You can see the festival's full lineup over at its official website.

The lineup was announced via a massive Spotify playlist, though that won't do a lot of good for Canadians.

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rush? or phish?
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Ahhh ... the Bonnaroo Lineup - this always brings mixed emotions. My memories of the 2004 and 2005 Bonnaroos come rushing back to me... alas, as a devoted father I cannot fathom taking a week off for music and debauchery
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