More Bonnaroo stories

Bonnaroo 2016: Celebrating 15 years of meh

You're better off seeing the artists you want when they come to your town.
In Music by Joel Freimark / January 20, 2016

Live Nation buys control of Bonnaroo Festival

Live Nation now controls who plays Bonnaroo, the ticket prices, as well as how the festival site will operate.
In Music by Joel Freimark / April 28, 2015

The only festival worth seeing this summer is Amnesia Rockfest

System of A Down, Linkin Park, Slayer and The Pixies will be joined by everyone from Snoop Dogg to Cro-Mags to The Deftones at Canadian festival this summer.
In Music by Joel Freimark / February 11, 2015

Watch: Tiny Victories jam in Brooklyn and talk summer fests

We caught up with the mighty Tiny Victories in their Brooklyn practice space before they headed down to Bonnaroo.
In Music by Stephen Blackwell / June 28, 2013

Bonnaroo in Photos

Bonnaroo, the hippie-jam mudfest with more than a healthy dose of hip-hop, EDM, and indie throughout, has come and gone.
In Music by Death and Taxes / June 16, 2013

Band of Brothers: The Rubens talk

Having Dad as a roadie, Governors Ball NYC, and hooking up with each others' sisters.
In Music by Andrew Poitras / June 12, 2013

Bonnaroo encourages sustainability in 2013

Good on the Superfly Presents boys for getting their green on!
In Music by Andrew Poitras / April 18, 2013

Bonnaroo announces new breed of Superjam

New 'BREED'? Get it? Cause it's with animals and stuff.
In Music by Andrew Poitras / April 1, 2013

Great Googa Mooga announces lineup

Brooklyn's amusement park of food, drink, & music grows ever nearer.
In Music by Andrew Poitras / March 26, 2013

Bonnaroo 2013 lineup revealed: Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Mumford and Sons top the bill

Probably the best US based festival lineup released yet.
In Music by Kevin Camps / February 19, 2013

You may now go on a cruise with Sugar Ray and Smash Mouth

Holy shit is the lineup radical.
In Music by Kevin Camps / January 24, 2013

Radiohead, Phish, Red Hot Chili Peppers to headline Bonnaroo

The Beach Boys will also make an appearance.
In Music by Liza Eckert / February 14, 2012

Stream Live Bonnaroo Sets All Weekend

It's like being there, but without the mud or sunburn.
In Music by Liza Eckert / June 9, 2011

Bonnaroo 2011 to Get Sucker-Punched by Climate Change?

Bonnaroo is disgusting. It just might be about to get more so. But they do have Arcade Fire.
In Music by Alex Moore / February 15, 2011

Against Me!’s Teenage Anarchist: All Grown Up and Getting Paid

When I meet up with Tom Gabel, we're sitting in the catering tent surrounded by band trailers at the Williamsburg Waterfront. The Silversun Pickups are sound checking on the enormous stage behind us, which faces outward towards the City and an almost pretty East River.
In Music by Shannon Hassett / July 8, 2010

Ten Bands To Check Out On NPR's Bonnaroo Stream

Taking a page from their impressive live concert streams and in-studio performances, NPR, the place where everything from things to songs are considered, announced that they will be streaming performances from this year's Bonnaroo. Starting this weekend, will feature over 25 shows from the prominent festival. In addition to the live streams, select concerts…
In News by Colin Jones / June 7, 2010

Bonnaroo Donates to Nashville Flood Victims

In an effort to speed the recovery of Nashville's flooded streets, the organizers of Bonnaroo will match donations dollar for dollar (up to $50,000) for those who donate to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The three-day festival that showcases indie rock, bluegrass and jam bands will go on as scheduled from June 10th-13th, as…
In News by Johnny Sanford / May 25, 2010

Al-Qaeda Suing Bonnaroo?

We all know Bonnaroo as the weekend long drug romp music festival, held in some backwoods farm in Tennessee. But Bonnaroo is making the news in ways completely unrelated to music...well kind of. It seems that two men, are suing the fstival for reasons that are only important to themselves. Dr. Ayman Al-Zawahiri and Jonathan…
In News by Nick Nicoludis / April 8, 2010
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