Bonnaroo 2007 | Artist Schedule Announced

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The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has officially announced its schedule of artists and comedians:

Thursday, June 14

Friday, June 15

Saturday, June 16

Sunday, June 17

Once again, the kind folks over at Jambase have set up another handy scheduling tool, called BonnarooBase, which allows you to customize your weekend schedule. This festival is pretty enormous, so making a proper game plan will require skill and strategy. Good luck!

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Once again I’m screwed

    Saturday late night: Flaming Lips, Gov’t Mule, Galactic (featuring
    Boots Riley at one point), Nels Cline early and Philadelphia
    Experiment late

    Sunday afternoon: Wilco, North Mississippi Allstars, Ornette Coleman

  2. Once again I’m screwed

    Saturday late night: Flaming Lips, Gov’t Mule, Galactic (featuring
    Boots Riley at one point), Nels Cline early and Philadelphia
    Experiment late

    Sunday afternoon: Wilco, North Mississippi Allstars, Ornette Coleman

  3. Once again I’m screwed

    Saturday late night: Flaming Lips, Gov’t Mule, Galactic (featuring
    Boots Riley at one point), Nels Cline early and Philadelphia
    Experiment late

    Sunday afternoon: Wilco, North Mississippi Allstars, Ornette Coleman

  4. It still amazes me that Widespread Panic commands 3 hour sets. Whether it be Bonnaroo, Jazzfest, etc., these guys get the longest time to play everywhere. I’ve tried real hard to get Widespread, but I still don’t see it. Not hatin’, I respect the talent, but I don’t see what the appeal is. What is it about Panic?

  5. It still amazes me that Widespread Panic commands 3 hour sets. Whether it be Bonnaroo, Jazzfest, etc., these guys get the longest time to play everywhere. I’ve tried real hard to get Widespread, but I still don’t see it. Not hatin’, I respect the talent, but I don’t see what the appeal is. What is it about Panic?

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