1. Ingrid Michaelson 2. John Prine 3. Tinariwen 4. Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers and Tenacious D 5. Jay-z 6. Medeski, Martin, and Wood 7. Dan Deacon 8. 9. 10. Manchester Orchestra D. Z. Gwar
first-timer. is there anything i should be aware of beyond what they tell me at bonnaroo.com? im really excited to go!
as a first timer, there is ALOT to know, way more than what they tell you on the site. Read this forum intently, go back a few pages, lots of great info is posted here for this year, and for Roos of old.
The best advice I can give any first timer is to leave your inhibitions at the gate. Don't let the heat/weather/people get to you. Roo is what YOU make it.
John: We don't even understand our own music Spider: It doesn't, does it matter whether we understand it? At least it'll give us . . . strength John: I know but maybe we could get into it more if we understood it
Post by lizardking0729 on Feb 23, 2007 21:10:28 GMT -5
Tough to choose a favorite Bonnaroo. But I would have to say last year was my favorite because I was the most prepared for the weekend. Every year I bring new stuff to try out at Bonnaroo to make it better. Excited for this year to see what else I can add on.
Post by poopzilla33 on Feb 23, 2007 22:21:06 GMT -5
sadly this will only be my second roo, but damn am i excited. i'm already hooked after one and will be going as long as they have them as well. its amazing there, undescribably amazing. you have a compeltly new mindset when you walk onto that glorious farm, and fond memories when you leave
This will be my third one and my wife's first. The first year for me ('05) was all about adjusting and partying. Last year, I saw alot more music that knocked me on my ass. All told, '06 was the better of the two for me, b/c I was more prepared, tent-only, and the endless music I experienced.