Bonnaroo schedule unveiled

The White Stripes and Wilco will close out Tennessee festival

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The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has revealed its daily schedule.

The four-day event, which runs between June 14-17, is held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee, about 60 miles south-east of Nashville.

Thursday's highlights include an early set from The Little Ones and a late-night performance by guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. Friday sees performances from Kings Of Leon, Hot Chip and Lily Allen.

Franz Ferdinand, Regina Spektor and Spoon are set for Saturday, along with headliners The Police. Closing things out on Sunday night are Wilco and The White Stripes.

Visit Bonnaroo.com for more information and a complete timetable.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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