This year's annual Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival will take place June 10-13 in Manchester, Tenn.
At noon EST today, tickets go on sale and the official artists list will be complied and released.
Meanwhile, throughout the day artists will be confirming their appearance at the festival via social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace, through their Web sites, e-mail lists or any other means they see fit.
Bonnaroo's MySpace page will be updated as more announcements are made.
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Bonnaroo offers diverse line ups every year. Last year's lineup ranged from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band to Wilco to Snoop Dog to Nine Inch Nails.
A few rumored acts include John Fogerty, Dave Matthews Band, OK Go, Weezer, Phoenix, Baroness, Jeff Back, Medeski Martin & Wood, Punch Brothers and Isis.
Check in with Bonnaroo's MySpace and official Web site throughout the morning for updates.
Update: The 2010 Bonnaroo lineup is being officially announced - check in with Bonnaroo's MySpace page, where they're adding another artist to the lineup about every six minutes.
Here's the official list so far: The Avett Brothers, The Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs perform “Dark Side of the Moon,” Weezer, Medeski Martin and Wood, John Fogerty, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Ingrid Michaelson, Phoenix, The xx, Regina Spektor, Mayer Hawthorne & the County, Wale, Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers, Norah Jones, Bassnectar, OK Go, Monte, Montgomery, Jay-Z, Punch Brothers, Thievery Corporation, GWAR, She & Him, Jimmy Cliff, Tokyo Police Club, Kid Cudi, Japandroids, Dr. Dog, Baaba Maal, Neon Indian, Zac Brown Band, The National, John Prine, Dave Matthews Band