2010 Bonnaroo Music Festival

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The 2010 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival was held on June 10–13, 2010. The line-up was announced Tuesday, February 9, although the original line-up release date was scheduled for February 2. It was broadcast live on YouTube.[1] Pre-sale tickets went on sale November 27, 2009.[2]

Dave Matthews Band was the closing headliner at Bonnaroo 2010
Dave Matthews Band was the closing headliner at Bonnaroo 2010

Line-up[edit]

The majority of artists were announced on Bonnaroo's official MySpace and Twitter pages over a span of nine hours.[3] On March 4, Ween, John Butler Trio, Umphrey's McGee, Galactic, The Gossip, and Circa Survive were added to the line-up. On March 11, it was announced that Conan O'Brien would stop at the festival during The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour. Recordings of Tenacious D's performance on June 11th were released for free on the Live Music Archive.[4]

Thursday, June 10th[edit]

(artists listed from earliest to latest set times)[5]

  • Solar Stage:
    • Hunab Kru Breakdancing
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • The Wildrovers
    • Jaik Willis
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • Jonathan Sexton and the Big Love Choir
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Poetix / Hunab Kru Breakdancing
    • RhythMystik Tribal Percussion

Friday, June 11th[edit]

(artists listed from earliest to latest set times)[5]

  • Solar Stage:
    • Shiloh Circle
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Rock the Earth Panel Discussion "Social Change Through Music"
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • Rock the Earth Interview & Performance Diane Birch
    • Rock the Earth Interview & Performance Special Guest
    • Josh Phillips Folk Festival
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Joshua James
    • Here's To the Long Haul
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • Hunab Kru Breakdancing
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Miss Lolly Pop's Burlesque Coterie

Saturday, June 12th[edit]

(artists listed from earliest to latest set times)[5]

  • Solar Stage:
    • The Wildrovers
    • Hunab Kru Breakdancing
    • Rock the Earth Panel Discussion "Social Change Through Music"
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • RhythMystik Tribal Percussion
    • Rock the Earth Interview Baaba Maal
    • Rock The Earth Interview & Performance Julia Nunes
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • Ogya
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Jill Andrews
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • Hunab Kru Breakdancing
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Miss Lolly Pop's Burlesque Coterie

Sunday, June 13th[edit]

(artists listed from earliest to latest set times)[5]

  • Solar Stage:
    • Ogya
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Rock the Earth Panel Discussion "Social Change Through Music"
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • Rock The Earth Interview & Performance Here's to the Long Haul
    • Rock the Earth Interview & Performance Special Guest
    • Rock the Earth Interview & Performance Danny Barnes
    • The Poetix Vanguard
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • Hunab Kru Breakdancing
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Josh Phillips Folk Festival
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance

Notes[edit]

  • As in 2009, no Superjam took place. It returned in 2011.

References[edit]