Tennessee's Bonnaroo Festival is attracting some veteran music acts to its stages this summer. Gregg Allman, Dr. John, and Robert Plant with Band of Joy are all on the bill for the four-day festival in Manchester. Also announced this week as a 2011 Bonnaroo act is Buffalo Springfield. Rocker David Crosby recently told "Rolling Stone" that the surviving members of the "For What It's Worth" band are planning a tour for this fall. Buffalo Springfield's originals -- including Neil Young, Stephen Stills, and Richie Furay -- haven't toured together in over 40 years. The trio of music legends did reunite in 2010 at Young's Bridge School benefit concerts with the help of drummer Joe Vitale and bass player Rick Rosas. Vitale and Rosas sat in for the late Dewey Martin and Bruce Palmer. The two musicians will also be part of Buffalo Springfield's lineup at Bonnaroo.
The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival launched in 2002. The event is a multi-stage gathering of acts from across multiple genres. Bonnaroo 2011 is scheduled to take place this year from June 9th through the 12th.