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Rubblebucket’s enthusiastically received Saturday afternoon set at Bonnaroo’s Which Stage featured a variety of dancing and an equal amount of hypnotic melodies.
American DJ and saxophonist Grant Richard Kwiecinski, better known by his stage name GRiZ, hosted and was joined by a number of special guests on stage as they celebrated musical greats during SuperJam.
Beach House was perfectly content with presenting their music Friday night with the same subdued serenity they’ve crafted across seven albums.
Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett wailed on her guitar Friday night, effectively taking over the packed That Tent during the hour-long set.
Bonnaroo apparently has missed K.Flay.
New York City rockers Parquet Courts revved up their Friday afternoon crowd at This Tent with a set filled with garage grooves, aggression and classic punk energy.
Nashville-based band Los Colognes made their Bonnaroo debut late Friday afternoon in a tuneful, guitar-laden set at the Who Stage, completing a journey that started years ago in Chicago.
Nashville-based rock band All Them Witches triumphantly returned to Bonnaroo at This Tent Thursday evening after first busting out of the local independent rock scene with a 2015 appearance at the festival.
The packed late-night/early morning crowd roared as Jasha Tull, better known as Space Jesus, made his way onto the Other Stage at Bonnaroo well past midnight early Friday morning.
Up-and-coming Chicago rapper Saba closed off That Tent’s first day at Bonnaroo well past midnight early Friday morning with a set that—despite the hour—was rife with collective energy.