Kikagaku Moyo took to stage at Bonnaroo’s That Tent Sunday afternoon with no fancy lights, no LED video wall, or even a backdrop with a logo. Even so, the five-member Japanese psychedelic rock band left the crowd wanting for more.
Sundays at Bonnaroo are always eagerly anticipated, especially for artists. GRAMMY award-winning CID performed his set mid-afternoon Sunday on the festival’s final day, and found his patience rewarded.
With their array of vintage gear, bellbottom pants and suggestive swagger, it would be easy to mistake The Lemon Twigs’ performance at Bonnaroo’s This Tent Sunday afternoon as a show straight out of the 1970s.
The Lonely Island is one Bonnaroo act that many festival-goers were anticipating for months.
With Bonnaroo attendance reaching 80,000 sellout status, there are certain to be a lot of first-timers in attendance at Bonnaroo. Perhaps the most famous first-timer at the 2019 event is a Nashville icon - Hatch Show Print.
Electronic music duo Odesza performed Saturday night on the What Stage at Bonnaroo.
My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James performed in Bonnaroo’s This Tent Saturday night with a full band, showcasing his latest solo album “Uniform Distortions.”
With psychedelic backgrounds, stage lights and simulated gun sounds, rapper Gucci Mane electrified the throngs at This Tent early Sunday morning.
Nashville-based The New Respects took over Bonnaroo’s Who Stage late Saturday afternoon with a rambunctious, rollicking set featuring a unique blend of funk and guitar-powered indie rock.
Up-and-coming Nashville new country singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly made his Bonnaroo debut Saturday afternoon at That Tent.
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