Bonnaroo (Manchester, Tn)

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Off the internet somewhere in Manchester, TN there is a big field that for 360 days of the year seems like an ordinary field but for 4 crazy days in the summer, thousands of people show up with tents and campers for the Bonnaroo music and arts festival. Peace loving, earth saving, music crazy people from all over the country come to experience the festival and by end of the 4 days everyone smells like dirt and is too tired to think straight but the experience is worth it. From the giant mushroom fountain to the $6 ice cream bars and awesome jam bands, bonnaroo is not a weekend to miss.

Off the internet somewhere in Manchester, TN there is a big field that for 360 days of the year seems like an ordinary field but for 4 crazy days in the summer, thousands of people show up with tents and campers for the Bonnaroo music and arts festival. Peace loving, earth saving, music crazy people from all over the country come to experience the festival and by end of the 4 days everyone smells like dirt and is too tired to think straight but the experience is worth it. From the giant mushroom fountain to the $6 ice cream bars and awesome jam bands, bonnaroo is not a weekend to miss.

written by styrofoam_boots on 2008-08-14 #places #festival #tn #location #music #manchester

2 Comments

  1. tttheresa
    tttheresa ·

    The colors are amazing!
    Sadly I've yet to make it to Bonnaroo
    maybe next year

  2. micheal
    micheal ·

    Bonnaroo is an amazing experience!

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