WFUV has been an enthusiastic Bonnaroo partner since the 2004 festival. If you love music and can embrace camping, there's nothing quite like it - a homemade city built on farmland in Tennessee for a long weekend in June.
It's much more than music, though. Art is everywhere, as is comedy, movies, games, toys, food, beer, dancing, and improvised frivolity. We've said it before, there is not one Bonnaroo but as many as the people moving through it. Here's a mix of moments.
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Main Stage | Ray La-La | John Prine | John Prine | M. Ward-Rilo Kiley-Jim James | Toots and the Maytals | Josh Ritter and Glen Hansard | Bob Weir Main Stage | The Tijuana Lady | M. Ward Signs | Base Camp | Sisters | I Am a DJ | Josh Ritter | Josh Ritter Backstage | Eve and Rita | Jurassic 5 |
For more info on the Bonnaroo festival in general, visit bonnaroo.com.