It's nice to see that Eminem isn't letting a little thing like losing Album of the Year to Arcade Fire get in the way of sharing the bill with the band at the 10th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.
It was just announced today that the Detroit rapper and the Montreal alt-rockers are just a couple of the more than 125 music acts tapped to perform at the four-day fest on the same 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tenn., it's been held for the past decade from June 9 to 12.
But if neither Eminem or Arcade Fire are your thing, check out some of the other options…
Among the genre-spanning artists traveling 60 miles south of Nashville to perform on one of the 13 stages that will be set up include Widespread Panic, The Black Keys, Gregg Allman, Lil Wayne, Mumford & Sons, Primus, Loretta Lynn, Florence + the Machine, Scissor Sisters, Mavis Staples and The Strokes, just to name a few.
The event also marks the reunion of the influential 1960s group Buffalo Springfield featuring Neil Young, Steven Stills, Rick Rosas, Richie Furay and Joe Vitale.
The complete lineup and ticket info can be found at Bonnaroo.com.