Bonaroo will see the return of Kanye West after his infamous 2008 performance where he was unrelentingly booed after showing up two hours late. Lionel Richie, Vampire Weekend and Arctic Monkeys will also be at the music festival.
The annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, a four-day camping event of live performances, has revealed its 2014 line-up and it includes some huge names.
The festival, which will take place in Manchester, Tennessee, will be headlined by three of the biggest names in the music industry to date, Kanye West, Elton John and Jack White.
The all very talented, but very different, acts will perform on the main stage at Great Stage Park farm, from June 12th-15th later this year.
This will be Kanye's return to the same festival where he was booed and heckled 6 years earlier in 2008.
The 'Black Skinhead' rapper showed up on stage nearly two hours late and performed his live set until 4.30am in the morning, he later put the blame on Pearl Jam for running over their slotted time, and the time it takes to sit up his own stage set.
West being announced as an act at Bonnaroo signals his first 2014 festival appearance, and is likely to feature new song's off the 36 year-old's latest studio set 'Yeezus', for which he has been promoting while headlining a solo tour.
British music icon Elton John, who released his 31st studio album 'The Diving Board' last year (2013), will be making his first appearance at the Tennessee festival.
Jack White previously performed at Bonnaroo in 2007 with The White Stripes, but this will be his first performance there as a solo artist.
Other huge names who will be at this year's festival are Lionel Richie, Vampire Weekend, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys and Frank Ocean, plus many more.
Over the course of the four days there will be 150 performances over 10 stages, and nay ticket information can be found on the festival's official website.
Watch Bonnaroo's offical annoucement of the 2014 line-up below