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Bonnaroo 2014


Big Gigantic's Dominic Lalli, Skrillex and A$AP Ferg perform at the 2014 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival during the early morning hours of Sunday June 15, 2014. It was apart of the Skrillex-curated Superjam that has been turned intoa documentary series on AT&T U-verse. (Photo courtesy of AT&T U-verse)

Skrillex partnered with Bonnaroo last summer for a SuperJam that could only be described an eclectic and electrifying experience. A seven part short documentary was captured with the help of director and photographer Danny Clinch. It was released this week through AT&T U-verse. Each year the SuperJam is a collective performance of artists that culminate to make …

After a day full of turkey and overbearing relatives, Bonnaroovians will be able to relax and relive their favorite moments on “The Farm” with VH1’s A Very Bonnaroo Thanksgiving. The music video channel that plays slightly more music than MTV is teaming up with the festival for two-hour special featuring archived performances of past ‘Roo acts …

Written by John Connor Coulston//A&E Editor Nashville rock outfit The Wild Feathers made their claim as one of Tennessee’s best up and coming bands Thursday as they made their Bonnaroo debut. Their Thursday afternoon set drew a large audience for what was one of the earliest performances of the festival. The band’s energy kept the crowd …

Anti-Kanye graffiti still decorates the walls at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. / Bruce Boeko

Hip-hop icon Kanye West returned to headline Bonnaroo Friday night after his disastrous 2008 performance. West’s notoriously late and brief 2008 set spawned a festival tradition of shorts, with the catch phrase “f*ck Kanye” being screamed and spray-painted across the festival every year since. While West only missed his start time by roughly 10 minutes, …

Die Antwoord performs a late night set at the 2014 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival during the early morning hours of June 14, 2014. (Matt Masters/MTSU Sidelines)

By Maranda Faris Editor-in-Chief Two hours after Kanye West’s chance at redemption, Die Antwoord fans worried that they would not be seeing the South African rap duo perform at Bonnaroo. The set began more than a half-hour late due to technical difficulties with the stage crew and lighting, but fans feared that rapper Ninja’s recent …

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