Bonnaroo to be televised for first time

Fans can watch Tennessee festival from their own homes

The Bonnaroo Music & Arts festival is going to be nationally televised for the first time this year, it was announced today (May 19).

The annual Tennessee event features headliners Kanye West, Pearl Jam and Metallica. Now those unable to attend the three-day festival have the option to watch it from their own homes on national cable television channel Fuse TV.

Fuse plans to televise six hours of programming from the festival, ranging from performances to interviews with the artists, and will broadcast live from the event, reports the Associated Press.

The festival is set to take place June 12-15 in Manchester, Tennessee and also includes performances by MIA, My Morning Jacket, Vampire Weekend, !!!, Death Cab For Cutie, Sigur Ros, Rilo Kiley and The Raconteurs, as previously reported.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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