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Bonnaroo 2015

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    Cancelled Collaborations

    For every epic jam session that alters the contours of popular music, sometimes the music gods deal fans a cruel hand. Not every...

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    “The Kids Are Going To Go Crazy When They See This”

    An Interview with John Oates, Superjam Musical Director John Oates’ musical feats can be measured in heavyweight numbers  —eight Number...

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    The Science of Superjam

    Since 2002, almost every year of Bonnaroo has featured a spectacular anomaly in the lineup—an off-kilter and supremely funky collaborative...

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    ROCKING IN THE CAMPGROUND WITH MMJ’S PATRICK HALLAHAN

    If any one performer could personify Bonnaroo, it just might be Patrick Hallahan, co-founder and drummer of My Morning Jacket. His affable...

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    New Orleans: Birthplace of Bonnaroo

    Superfly Presents founders Jonathan Mayers, Rick Farman, Kerry Black, and Rich Goodstone first met in New Orleans, and promoted concerts...

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    MORE BOUNCE TO THE OUNCE

    When Big Freedia took the stage at The Other Tent at Bonnaroo 2012, it was likely many festivalgoers’ first exposure to the unique style...

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    DEEP IN THE TRADITION

    The Bonnaroo site, an oasis in the wilds of Tennessee, becomes something of a nation in its own right during that one magical weekend in...

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    Leading Ladies

    “Wanda Jackson, we worship the ground you rock on!,” said the colorful sign held aloft by a fan inside The Other Tent during ‘Roo ’11. Out...

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    Paul Is Dad

    With Bonnaroo ’13 falling on Father’s Day weekend, what better way to celebrate great dads than with the legendary Paul McCartney?  ...

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    Day of the Dead

    “I’m very pleased that the whole concept of ‘festival’ is still viable,” says Phil Lesh. “It’s probably the best way to really enjoy music...

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