2011 Bonnaroo Music Festival

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The 2011 Bonnaroo Music Festival was held June 9–12, in Manchester, Tennessee and marked the 10th time the festival has been held since its inception in 2002. This year also marked the first return of the SuperJam since 2008.

Deaths[edit]

Two festival-goers perished during the 2011 Bonnaroo Music Festival. Doctors and law enforcement officials believe the deaths to be drug/heat related.[1][2] The death of 24-year-old Christopher Yoder of Raleigh, N.C marks the tenth death the festival has seen in the ten years since its inception.[3][4]

Line-up[edit]

Thursday, June 9[edit]

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

Friday, June 10th[edit]

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

  • Solar Stage:
    • Secret Home Party
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Rock The Earth Panel Discussion "Social Change Through Music"
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Rock The Earth Interview and Performance: Aunt Martha
    • Rock The Earth Interview & Performance: Greensky Bluegrass
    • Eco Fashion Show hosted by Art Institutes
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • Civil Twilight
    • Futurebirds
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Fresh Trix Breakdancing
    • Miss Lolly Pop's Burlesque Coterie

Saturday, June 11th[edit]

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

  • Solar Stage:
    • Fresh Trix Breakdancing
    • Rock The Earth Panel Discussion "Social Change Through Music"
    • Rock The Earth Interview & Performance: Ben Sollee Trio
    • Rock the Earth: Abigail Washburn & Hanggai
    • Rock the Earth Interview & Performance: Rotary Downs
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • Deas Vail
    • Andrea Belanger
    • The Beautiful Girls - Mat McHugh Solo & Acoustic
    • Fresh Trix Breakdancing
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance
    • Miss Lolly Pop's Burlesque Coterie

Sunday, June 12th[edit]

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

  • Solar Stage:
    • African Drum and Dance by Mawre & Company
    • Rock The Earth Panel Discussion "Social Change Through Music"
    • Secret Home Party
    • Rock the Earth Interview & Performance: Rotary Downs
    • Rock The Earth Interview & Performance: John Bell
    • Rock The Earth Interview & Performance
    • Bonnaroo Beard & Mustache Competition
    • Breakdancing
    • Gypsy Hands Tribal Dance

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Death at Bonnaroo music festival - Los Angeles Times". Articles.latimes.com. 2011-06-14. Retrieved 2015-02-19. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ "Bonnaroo Festival Reports Tenth Death Since 2002". Huffingtonpost.com. 2011-06-14. Retrieved 2015-02-19. 
  4. ^ "Second Death at Bonnaroo Festival Is Reported". The New York Times. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  5. ^ a b c d "Bonnaroo". Mindreader2011.bonnaroo.com. Retrieved 2015-02-19. 

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