The annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival isn't usually the place to venture for hard rock and metal, but there's some good stuff planned for attendees with heavier taste. Pearl Jam were previously revealed as one of the fest's headliners, while Lamb of God and Clutch will also grace the Tennessee fest.

Bonnaroo, which has become one of modern music's more legendary festivals, is coming back for 2016 with four days of music and arts. Held 60 miles south of Nashville in Manchester, Tenn., Bonnaroo will take place June 9-12 on a massive 700-acre farm.

Along with Pearl Jam, Lamb of God and Clutch, acts like Ween and Third Eye Blind are listed on the bill, as is The Claypool Lennon Delirium, which appears to be some kind of project between Primus' Les Claypool and musician Sean Lennon. But for the most part, the lineup is made up of indie rock and alternative acts.

Plenty of other attractions like a comedy theatre, "big ass waterside," parades and over 25 craft breweries will be set up on site. Tickets for Bonnaroo 2016 will go on sale Jan. 22 at 12PM ET. For more details, head over to Bonnaroo's official website.

Pearl Jam's Bonnaroo headlining slot is just one date of an entire 2016 North American tour that was announced yesterday. For the full list of dates, click here.

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