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Florence Welch performs with the Machine at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. on Sunday, June 14, 2015. (MTSU Seigenthaler News Service / Gregory French)

Enlglish indie rock band Florence + the Machine played Bonnaroo‘s What Stage Sunday evening to one of the biggest crowds of the weekend. Check out Staff Photographer Gregory French‘s photos from the performance below: This article was published in cooperation with the Seigenthaler News Service. To see our full archive of Bonnaroo coverage, click here. Follow Gregory …

R&B star D’Angelo returned to Bonnaroo with his backing band the Vanguard for late night set at This Tent. The singer was a bit late to the stage, but that din’t stop him from delivering one of the the best sets of the weekend, playing songs from his acclaimed albums Voodoo, Black Messiah and Brown Sugar. …

Metal gods Slayer made their way to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival for a blistering set at the This Tent stage Saturday night. Check out our photos from their performance below: This article was published in cooperation with the Seigenthaler News Service. To see our full archive of Bonnaroo coverage, click here. Follow Greg French  on …

Childish Gambino, the hip-hop project of actor Donald Glover, played to an ecstatic crowd of young fans at Bonnaroo‘s Which Stage Saturday night. The rapper mainly performed songs from his 2013 album Because the Internet and last year’s S T N M T N / Kauai projects. He also took the opportunity to debut a new, …

Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff celebrated his return to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee on Saturday evening with an electrifying set. Having played the festival before with bands Steel Train and indie pop outfit fun., Antonoff knew just how to keep the crowd moving. Bleachers played through its debut LP Strange Desire, including the catchy, radio-ready …

Comedy fans were treated to a surprise performance from Hangover star Zach Galifianakis Saturday evening at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival during comedian Chris Hardwick‘s performance. As opening comic April Richardson left the stage at the Comedy Theatre, she started to introduce the next act, who would presumably be Hardwick. Instead, she welcomed Galifianakis …