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Bonnaroo Lineup Revealed: Kanye West, Elton John, Jack White Headlining

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Lionel Richie, Phoenix, Frank Ocean and a Superjam with Skrillex are also hitting the Tennessee fest.

Kanye West will return to Bonnaroo six years after a disastrous performance at the Tennessee festival. The full Roo lineup was unveiled through a broadcasted announcement Wednesday night (Feb. 19): Elton John, Jack White, Lionel Richie and Vampire Weekend are among the big names set to rock Manchester, Tenn., from June 12 to 15.

In 2008, West was booed mercilessly at Bonnaroo after showing up hours late to his set at nearly 4:30 a.m., later blaming a late-running Pearl Jam and the amount of time it took to set up his stage show. Yeezy's upcoming Bonnaroo return marks his first announced festival performance of 2014; he spent much of the past year promoting his latest album, Yeezus, with a headlining tour.

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Elton John, who in September released a new album, The Diving Board, will head down to Tennessee, while White will perform at Bonnaroo for the first time since the White Stripes played the festival in 2007. Richie stopped by Bonnaroo as a surprise guest during Kenny Rogers' 2012 set.

Other notable artists headed to the largest camping event in North America this year include Frank Ocean, Lauryn Hill, Phoenix, the Flaming Lips, Damon Albarn, Ice Cube, Cake and Mastodon. As always, Bonnaroo will host multiple "Superjam" sessions, in which artists are cobbled together to improvise in oft-spectacular ways; this year boasts another bluegrass Superjam with Ed Helm, a Superjam with "Skrillex & Friends" and a mystery Superjam.

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Bonnaroo tickets go on sale this Saturday (Feb. 22) at noon through the official festival website. Last year's lineup was topped by Paul McCartney, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and Mumford & Sons, the latter of whom had to bow out due to an injury to bassist Ted Dwane; Jack Johnson hopped in as a replacement headliner.

Here is the full Bonnaroo lineup for 2014:

Elton John
Kanye West
Jack White
Lionel Richie
Vampire Weekend
The Avett Brothers
Phoenix
Skrillex
Arctic Monkeys
Frank Ocean
The Flaming Lips
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
Kaskade
Damon Albarn
Neutral Milk Hotel
Wiz Khalifa
Superjam with Skrillex & Friends
Superjam “?”
The Bluegrass Situation Superjam hosted by Ed Helms
Disclosure
Cut Copy
The Head and the Heart
Zedd
Ms. Lauryn Hill
Funkiest Dancer
Chromeo
Broken Bells
Tedeschi Trucks Band
James Blake
Bobby Womack
Umphrey's McGee
Ice Cube
Ben Howard
Slightly Stoopid
Fitz and the Tantrums
Cake
Janelle Monae
Grouplove
Amos Lee
Chvrches
Cage the Elephant
Die Antwoord
Andrew Bird & the Hands of Glory
Mastodon
Capital Cities
Jake Bugg
Chance the Rapper
Dr. Dog
Yonder Mountain String Band
John Butler Trio
Little Dragon
City and Colour
The Glitch Mob
The Naked and Famous
Taran Killam
Phosphorescent
Drive-By Truckers
Washed Out
Danny Brown
Warpaint
Sam Smith
A$AP Ferg
Darkside
Seasick Steve
Shovels & Rope
Lucero
Carolina Chocolate Drops
The Wood Brothers
The Master Musicians of Jajouka led by Bachir Attar, with special guests Billy Martin, Marc Ribot, DJ Logic and Shazad Ismaily
Pusha T
Meshuggah
Poliça
DakhaBrakha
Goat
ZZ Ward
Seun Kuti
Blackberry Smoke
MS MR
Hannibal Buress
First Aid Kit
Rudimental
A Tribe Called Red
Omar Souleyman
The Bouncing Souls
Greensky Bluegrass
Ty Segall
Sarah Jarosz
Vintage Trouble
Okkervil River
White Denim
Jonathan Wilson
Robert DeLong
Cloud Nothings
Typhoon
Thao & the Get Down Stay Down
Valerie June
King Khan & the Shrines
Cherub
Banks
Break Science
The Black Lillies
Real Estate
The Lone Bellow
Caveman
Big Sam's Funky Nation
Jon Batiste
La Santa Cecilia
Classixx
Allah-Las
Cass McCombs
Vance Joy
Haerts
J. Roddy Walston & the Business
Those Darlins
Deafheaven
Lake Street Dive
St. Paul & the Broken Bones
The Wild Feathers
The Preatures
Blank Range