Trey Anastasio and Vida Blue will both be appearing at the third annual Bonnaroo Music Festival, held June 11-13 in Manchester, Tennessee.

Trey Anastasio will be playing on the main stage twice at the 2004 Bonnaroo Music Festival. Trey first performs on Friday night, June 11 appearing with Dave Matthews and Friends and again as the festival
closer on Sunday, June 13 with his ten-piece band.

Vida Blue featuring the Spam Allstars will also be performing at the festival, playing a late-night set at one of the music tents on Friday,
June 11.

Now in its third year, Bonnaroo’s three days of camping and music will be held on June 11-13, on the same 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee, 60 miles south of Nashville. A full list of confirmed acts
follows, with more to be announced in the coming weeks to round out the festival’s 60-plus acts.

Tickets for the 2004 Bonnaroo Music Festival will go on sale Saturday, February 21st at 10 AM EST through, or through

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Confirmed artists IN ADDITION TO Trey Anastasio and Vida Blue: The Dead,
Dave Matthews & Friends, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, David Byrne, Primus,
Wilco, Burning Spear, String Cheese Incident, Ani DiFranco, moe., Gov’t
Mule, Los Lobos, Galactic, Yo La Tengo, Femi Kuti, Medeski Martin & Wood,
Gomez, Yonder Mountain String Band, Damien Rice, North Mississippi
Allstars Hill Country Review, Beth Orton, My Morning Jacket, Gillian
Welch, The Del McCoury Band, Taj Mahal, Sam Bush Band, Los Lonely Boys,
Grandaddy, Kings of Leon, Bill Laswell’s Material, Soulive, Neko Case,
Calexico, Leftover Salmon, Cut Chemist, Chris Robinson & New Earth Mud,
Umphrey’s McGee, Maroon5, The Black Keys, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra,
The Bad Plus, Marc Broussard, Donovan Frankenreiter, and Blue Merle.