Two Bonnaroo festival goers killed in car crash

Five people were also injured in the 10 car accident in Tennessee

Two people heading to Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tennessee have been killed in a car crash.

Five other people have been injured in the 10 car pile-up on Interstate 24 in Murfreesboro, reports Consequence of Sound. The police stated that a tractor failed to yield to traffic and struck a number of vehicles late last night (June 12). Two cars caught fire and one exploded before the flames could be put out, killing both passengers instantly.

Paul McCartney, Mumford & Sons, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers and Bj√∂rk are set to headline this year’s Bonnaroo, which runs from June 13-16 and will also see performances from Wu-Tang Clan, R Kelly, The Gaslight Anthem, The xx, David Byrne and St Vincent, Grizzly Bear, Wilco and Animal Collective.


In addition, Alt-J , Cat Power, The National, The Vaccines and A$AP Rocky will play the event, as will Earl Sweatshirt, Django Django, Frank Turner, Two Gallants, Deap Vally, Nas, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes and Passion Pit.

ZZ Top, Billy Idol, Jim James, Tame Impala, Kendrick Lamar, Beach House, Local Natives, Father John Misty, Jeff The Brotherhood, Lord Huron, Action Bronson, Dirty Projectors, Holy Ghost, Death Grips, Of Monsters and Men and Foals, will also perform at the four-day festival.


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