BONNAROO 2011 will be headlined by Buffalo Springfield, according to various websites.
BONNAROO is reportedly set to be headlined by Buffalo Springfield. Recent speculation has suggested that a "big reunion" would head the bill at the Tennessee Festival in June, and Neil Young and Stephen Stills' band are expected to be announced as headliners today (15th February).Crosby, Stills & Nash founding member David Crosby recently told Rolling Stone that Buffalo Springfield were planning a reunion tour, saying, "I know they're going to go out for at least some dates in the fall. Personally, I'd like to go watch. They're one of my favourite bands". Crosby also spoke about his desire to see The Byrds reform and join the band on tour, adding, "That would be my dream, because everybody and their uncle would come to see the Byrds and Buffalo Springfield". The band, best known for their rock staples 'For What It's Worth' and 'Mr Soul', last played together in October at Neil Young's 24th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concert.
Other acts rumoured to be appearing on this year's line-up include Eminem and Robert Plant.