Performances by Bob Dylan, the Dead, Trey Anastasio, Willie Nelson and Dave Matthews will be among the highlights of the third annual Bonnaroo jam fest, Billboard.biz can reveal.

Performances by Bob Dylan, the Dead, Trey Anastasio, Willie Nelson and Dave Matthews will be among the highlights of the third annual Bonnaroo jam fest, Billboard.biz can reveal.

Bonnaroo, co-produced by Superfly Presents and A.C. Entertainment, is set for June 11-13 on a 700-acre farm in rural Manchester, Tenn., about 60 miles south of Nashville.

Tickets this year will be priced at $139.50 and $164.50, up from last year's range of $119.50-$149.50. Tickets go on sale Feb. 21 via the Bonnaroo Web site.

Among the other acts set to appear are David Byrne, Wilco, Primus, Ani DiFranco, Gov't Mule, My Morning Jacket, the Black Keys, Kings Of Leon, Taj Mahal and Galactic.

Bonnaroo 2003 drew 80,567 fans and grossed $11.5 million, the second-highest concert total of the year, behind Bruce Springsteen's 10 sellouts at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., which grossed $38.6 million. Bonnaroo sold out in 16 days over its Web site, without the benefit of traditional advertising. The first Bonnaroo in 2002 grossed close to $9 million and drew 75,000.

Bonnaroo 2004 should perform better than ever, given the higher ticket price and greater capacity of 90,000, due to producers securing more land. Superfly president Jonathan Mayers says both the production and talent budgets were increased this year.

"There will be additional stages and more activities than we've ever had," says Mayers. "Operationally, it should be a better-run festival than ever."

The festival's popularity has spawned a series of innovative media projects, including three "Live From Bonnaroo" CD compilations and two DVDs. More artists are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.