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“Best Of” Coverage
Check out some of the previous festival’s highlights here.
“Every summer, music lovers pack festival grounds across America for dancing and day drinking to their favorite bands. But before fashionable #Coachella selfies clogged your Instagram, Bonnaroo — the magical Woodstock-esque fest on a 700-acre Manchester, Tenn., farm — inspired a nation of weirdos to unplug and plan an annual pilgrimage”. – Entertainment Weekly
“For 15 years, Bonnaroo has lured festival-goers from all corners of the country with a unique mix of positive vibes, good food and great music. From Pearl Jam’s monster headlining set and Chance the Rapper’s many surprise appearances to Dead & Company’s festival-closing bonanza and — finally! — flushable toilets…” – Rolling Stone
“Positivity seems to radiate through Bonnaroo’s concert audiences…countless performers have sung the praises of its crowd”. – The Tennessean
“There’s a feeling of camaraderie amongst attendees here that you rarely find anywhere else — it’s why we brave the heat and the elements every year and keep coming back, to see music we love with people who feel just as passionate as we do. Here’s to the next 15 years”. – Paste Magazine
“People walk through the iconic arch…and shed their egos, often without even realizing. It creates the closest thing we have to the spirit of Woodstock, with a contemporary utopian twist where the jocks and the hippies get along, where the young and old can play together without ever getting caught up in preconceived opinions”. – Consequence of Sound
“With 2016 marking the long-standing festival’s 15th anniversary, it was surely one for the books: memorable, momentous and unreal, bringing together the likes of hip-hop heavyweights, appealing alt acts, R&B’s newest vanguards, genre-bending DJ’s and much more that kept festival-goers jamming ’til sunrise”. – Vibe