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Paul McCartney, Mumford and Sons and More to Headline Bonnaroo

February 20, 2013 (4:58 am) GMT
Brit acts will take the spotlight at this year's Bonnaroo Festival to take place in Manchester, Tennessee this coming June.

and recent Grammy winners will be among the headliners at the 2013 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee on June 13 to 16. Marcus Mumford and his folk rock band first played at the festival in 2011, while former member McCartney would make his first appearance at Bonnaroo this year. The four-day music fest will also feature returning headlining act & the Heartbreakers.

Announced on Tuesday, February 19 during the Bonnaroo Live Line-up Announcement Megathon (B.L.A.M.) hosted by from Bonnaroo's YouTube channel, the headliners lead other popular acts who are set to perform in the said event. The partial list includes the likes of , , , , Pretty Lights and .

Current A-listers such as , , , and will also lend their star power to the annual festival. More senior acts namely Billy Idol, , and BLAM host Weird Al Yankovic are sure to draw the usual crowds that flock to Manchester to partake in the annual festivities.

Juno Awards nominees The Sheepdogs and Japandroids will also rock the Bonnaroo stages. More acts are going to be added and announced to complete the more than 120 acts that will fill-up the four-day music bonanza.

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