Bonnaroo 2010 lineup: Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, John Prine, The Dead Weather

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The 2010 Bonnaroo artists themselves are using social media to announce their participation in the 2010 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. By 10 a.m. Weezer, Blues Traveler, the Flaming Lips and Phoenix had already used outlets to confirm their participation in the event. The Dave Matthews Band was the first headliner to announce a Bonnaroo 2010 show. Announcements were made through Twitter, Facebook and other social media outlets. The Avett Brothers made a stop action video for the band's MySpace page which ended with band member Scott Avett painting the news on a wall. In addition, the official Bonnaroo Twitter has been giving hints about artists, including a Tweet that seems to indicate Jeff Beck as a participant. Rumors circulated two weeks ago listed likely headliners including Matthews, Kings of Leon, Jay-Z and Stevie Wonder.

The official Bonnaroo MySpace site began listing confirmed acts at noon — the same time tickets went on sale at www.bonnaroo.com. A limited number of tickets were sold in December well before any act had announced participation.

This News Sentinel page will be regularly updated as artists make their announcements. A final full list of confirmed acts will be available here at 9 p.m.

The 2010 Bonnaroo festival will be held June 10-13 on the same 700-acre site in Manchester, Tenn., where it was first held in 2002.

Confirmed Bonnaroo artists:

1. Flaming Lips with Stardeath and the White Dwarfs

2. Weezer

3. Blues Traveler

4. Phoenix

5. John Fogerty

6. Jeff Beck

7. Avett Brothers

8. OK Go

9. Medeski Martin & Wood

10. Punch Brothers

11. Darryl Hall with Chromeo

12. Dave Matthews Band

13. Isis

14. Baroness

15. Cross Canadian Ragweed

16. Neon Indian

17. Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers

18. Bassnecter

19. The Black Keys

20. Carolina Chocolate Drops

21. Ingrid Michelson

22. Regina Spektor

23. The xx

24. Mayer Hawthorne & the County

25. Norah Jones

26. Local Natives

27. Wale

28. Monte Montgomery

29. Jay-Z

30. Thievery Corporation

31. Baaba Maal

32. Stevie Wonder

33. Gwar

34. Dropkick Murphys

35. Kings of Leon

36. Zac Brown Band

37. Tinariwen

38. She & Him

39. Jimmy Cliff

40. Tokyo Police Club

41. Kid Cudi

42. Needtobreathe

43. Japandroids

44. Dr. Dog

45. Manchester Orchestra

46. The National

47. The Dead Weather

48. John Prine

49. The Melvins

50. The Bakerton Group

51. And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead

52. Mew

53. They Might Be Giants

54. The Asterisk

55. Big Sam’s Funky Nation

56. Dave Rawlings Machine

57. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

58. Julia Nunes

59. Jay Electronica

60. The Postelles

61. Michael Franti and Spearhead

62. Rise Against

63. Rebelution

64. Damian Marley & Nas

65. Tenacious D

66. Jamey Johnson

67. Tori Amos

68. The Entrance Band

69. Lotus

70. Clutch

71. The Gaslight Anthem

72. The Dodos

73. Blitzen Trapper

74. Calexico

75. Mumford & Sons

76. Deadmau5

77. Martin Sexton

78. Kris Kristofferson

79. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

80. The Temper Trap

81. Here We Go magic

82. LCD Soundsystem

83. The Disco Biscuits

84. Diane Birch

85. Lucero

86. Miranda Lambert

Follow the all-day announcement extravaganza on Twitter at @bonnaroonews, @KnoxvilleDotCom and on Knoxville.com. Check out Bonnaroo 2009 for a look back at the last 'Roo.

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