The Police, Flaming Lips, Lily Allen headline Bonnaroo

White Stripes, Franz Ferdinand and Wilco are also on board

The Police, Flaming Lips, Lily Allen and The White Stripes will perform at this year’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, it was announced today.

The Festival will take place from June 14-17 in Manchester, Tennessee — about 60 miles southeast of Nashville

Wilco, Franz Ferdinand, Tool, Hot Chip, Kings Of Leon, Cold War Kids, Damien Rice, The Decemberists and Wolfmother are also on board.

Similar to the Glastonbury Festival, Bonnaoo (Cajun slang for ‘really good time’) takes place on 700 acres of farmland. It’s the highest grossing festival in the world. Last year’s performers included Radiohead, Beck and Kings Of Leon.

Tickets will go on sale via the Bonnaroo website on February 23 at 12:00pm ET. More artists are expected to be added the bill in the coming weeks.

The full lineup to date:

The Police


Widespread Panic

The White Stripes

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals


The Flaming Lips

Manu Chao

The String Cheese Incident

Franz Ferdinand

Bob Weir & Ratdog

Damien Rice


Gov”t Mule

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers

The Decemberists

Kings of Leon

Michael Franti & Spearhead


Regina Spektor


The Black Keys

DJ Shadow

Gillian Welch & David Rawlings


Keller Williams (WMD”s)

Sasha & John Digweed


Old Crow Medicine Show

The Hold Steady

North Mississippi Allstars

Fountains Of Wayne

Hot Tuna


Hot Chip

Lily Allen

John Butler Trio

Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys

Aesop Rock

The Richard Thompson Band

Dierks Bentley

Xavier Rudd

Gogol Bordelo

Junior Brown


T-Bone Burnett

Mavis Staples


Cold War Kids

Dr. Dog

Paolo Nutini

Brazilian Girls

RX Bandits

The Nightwatchman

The Slip

Girl Talk

Railroad Earth

Martha Wainwright

Rodrigo y Gabriela


Tea Leaf Green

Sam Roberts Band

Elvis Perkins in Dearland

Charlie Louvin

Sonya Kitchell

Mute Math

Apollo Sunshine

Uncle Earl

James Blood Ulmer

The National

The Little Ones

Ryan Shaw

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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