December 2, 2008 17:22

Dates announced for Bonnaroo 2009

This year you can pay for your ticket in five instalments

Dates announced for Bonnaroo 2009
The dates have been announced for Bonnaroo 2009, taking place once again in Manchester, TN.

The festival will run between June 11 and 14 next year, on a 700-acre farm 60 miles southeast of Nashville, TN.

Pre-sale tickets for the festival will be made available from this Thursday (December 4) to December 31, and will be specially priced during this period.

As the economic recession has limited spending for many this year, during the holiday presale, tickets will be available for five payments of $50.00 plus applicable fees through the festival's payment plan.

Last year's headliners were Pearl Jam, Metallica and Kanye West. West's performance was clouded in controversy as fans became irate, having been forced to wait almost two hours for him to appear onstage.

--By our New York staff.
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