Tomorrow Bonnaroo 2015 kicks off with 85,000 happy campers, 700 acres of Tennessee nature, 150 epic performances, 10+ stages of music, and dozens of comedians!
“An escape into Excitement. Music. Art. Discoveries. Trees. Fresh Air. Green Grass. A mini film fest. Friends (Old / New). Adventure. Overwhelming happiness. Hugging a stranger by accident. Sharing and Generosity. Bonnaroovian Dancing. Hyperbolic verbiage. System overload. The perfect bite of ice cream. Sandals. Fallovers. Chirping Birds. Flashing Lights. Food and Drink. Variety. Singing. Laughing. Short shorts. High-Fives. Rocky IV in the cinema tent at 3am. Spicy Pie. Memories. Someone dressed up like Teen Wolf. Holy Cow(!) Moments. Interesting factoids. Egg sandwiches. More music. Adventure. Deep Breaths. Big smiles. This. That. The Other. Hellos and Goodbyes and reminders of all that we have to celebrate and look forward to next year and in the future.”
Why wait another day?! Get into the groove today with clips of some of our favorite performers set to hit the stage this weekend!
Watch STS9 perform “Grizzley” in 2011 from Live at Red Rocks Ampitheatre, courtesy of Qello Concerts.
Mumford & Sons:
Watch Mumford & Sons perform “The Cave” in 2010 from Live at Music Hall of Williamsburg, courtesy of Qello Concerts.
Florence + The Machine:
Watch Florence + The Machine perform “Drumming Song” in 2010 from Live at the Hammersmith Apollo, courtesy of Qello Concerts.
Watch Mac Demarco perform “Ode To Viceroy” in 2013 from Live at Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel, courtesy of Qello Concerts.
Earth, Wind & Fire:
Watch Earth, Wind & Fire perform the classic “September” in 1990 from Live in Japan, courtesy of Qello Concerts.