Weary vocal chords ignored, California garage punk band The Regrettes proved the age-old entertainment adage that the show must go onat the Who Stage Saturday afternoon at Bonnaroo.
Music City has moved to Manchester for Bonnaroo’s 17th annual Music and Arts Festival, bringing the atmosphere, eats and, of course, sounds that have made Nashville famous.
T-Pain, Paramore, Khalid, Virtual Self and Tom Petty SuperJam top the list from Friday at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.
Fiery American-based Low Cut Connie rocked the Who Stage Friday afternoon with their raw energy and Philly sound.
Tyler Childers brought a bit of Southern-fried country-rock to Bonnaroo’s That Tent Friday afternoon.
Southern Avenue represented the heart of Memphis when they performed on Bonnaroo's Who Stage Friday.
With the energy and charisma of a hungry up-and-comer, Nashville native R.LUM.R delivered an intense yet intimate set with all the confidence and swagger of a seasoned vet at his first-ever Bonnaroo performance late Thursday night at That Tent.
Victoria Leuang, MTSU Seigenthaler News Service
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