Thom Yorke of Radiohead, shown here performing at the Glastonbury Festival in 2011, will perform at Bonnaroo.
- Bonnaroo will take place June 7-10 this year
- The biggest headliner is Radiohead, who is also performing at Coachella
- Some of the fest's bigger acts include Skrillex, the Shins and Bon Iver
(EW.com) -- South by Southwest is right around the corner, and Coachella's already prepping its polo grounds for a two-weekend extravaganza, which means it's time to look forward to that third major warm-climate festival: Bonnaroo.
Manchester, Tennessee's, second most exciting tourist attraction (we see you, Old Stone Fort!) will take place June 7-10 this year, and its newly announced lineup is as impressive as ever. Perhaps the biggest headliner are Radiohead (who are also doing Coachella); also on the top of the masthead are the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Phish, who are no strangers to Bonnaroo's muddy festivities.
Some of the fest's bigger acts -- many of which you may remember from the Grammys -- include Skrillex, the Shins, Bon Iver, Bad Brains, the Civil Wars, comedian Aziz Ansari, and the reunited Beach Boys (hopefully without Foster the People, though they will be there too).
Of course, there's many, many more. Check out the full list of artists below:
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Beach Boys Featuring Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, and David
The Avett Brothers
Foster the People
The Word featuring John Medeski, Robert Randolph, and North Mississippi Allstars
Ben Folds Five
Spectrum Road featuring Cindy Blackman Santana, Jack Bruce, John Medeski, and Vernon Reid
City and Colour
The Civil Wars
Young the Giant
Two Door Cinema Club
Fitz & the Tantrums
The Black Lips
Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires
The Joy Formidable
Kurt Vile & the Violators
Gary Clark Jr.
Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk
Trampled by Turtles
The War on Drugs
The Devil Makes Three
Here We Go Magic
The Lonely Forest
Mariachi El Bronx
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
The Soul Rebels
Steven Bernstein's MTO Allstars Plays Sly
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