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Photo courtesy of Capitol Records Taking to the Which Stage on day two, electro pop princess Halsey gave the daylight a nice and fiery sendoff, leading the way into a fun evening lineup. The 21-year-old’s performance almost didn’t even happen. Posting on Instagram earlier in the day, Halsey admitted to having been in the hospital, …

Photo courtesy of Glassnote records One of the first bands of the day, English folk band Daughter made their Bonnaroo debut at This Tent on Day 2, but their simpering lyrics and Elena Tonra’s saccharine voice commanded a larger crowd than expected. Bonnaroo is a friend to many indie bands just getting their start, but Daughter …

Photo by Gregory French / MTSU Seigenthaler News Service MANCHESTER, Tenn. — The opening day of music at the 15th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival began with rock in the late afternoon and lasted into well into the early morning hours Friday, with several acts not even beginning their sets until past midnight as …

Photo by John Connor Coulston / MTSU Seigenthaler News Service Middle Tennessee State University’s involvement at the 15th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival goes far beyond the hundreds of students driving 30 miles southeast with a paid $350 general admission wristband in tow. Instead, a number of current students and recent alumni have opted to either volunteer, …

Photo by Melissa Madison Fuller//Sacks & Co Nashville by way of Dallas singer-songwriter Andrew Combs will cement his place as one of the area’s brightest young musicians when he makes his debut at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Combs is set to perform at 7:15. p.m. Friday at the New Music on Tap Lounge at …

Nashville natives and friends since their teenage years, Promised Land Sound will take their deeply soulful rock music to the stages of Bonnaroo for the first time this week. “We’re all super excited about going and playing,” said Sean Thompson, the group’s lead guitarist and vocalist, in a recent phone interview. “It’s something that I’ve …