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Live from Bonnaroo
Live from Bonnaroo
Written by Dancy|Friday, 11 June 2010 07:38
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is featuring performances from Tenacious D, Jay-Z, Kings of Leon, the Dead Weather, Weezer, LCD Soundsystem, which will surely cause a thunderstorm in Manchester.
If you aren't in Manchester you need not worry because starting this Friday and throughout the weekend, YouTube in partnership with Superfly Productions and powered by Ford will be streaming live directly from Bonnaroo. You can check the video of full program along with any latest updates here, the very same place to tune in for the full webcast from Friday, June 11, through Sunday, June 13. You just need to subscribe to the channel (www.youtube.com/bonnaroo) for the latest videos from the festival.
Straightaway from Bonnaroo
Julia Nunes, YouTube's own ukulele queen kicks the whole thing off on Friday, June 11, at 12:15 p.m. The video below shows her talking about her journey to Bonnaroo.
Stay tuned for recieving youtube tweets (http://twitter.com/youtube), and you can also join the live chat via bonnaroolive during the event.
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