To the guy with shoulder length brown hair, wearing a black tank top, jeans, and boots, in the pit for Paul McCartney (on the right). I yelled Helter Skelter during the intermission between the end of the set and the first encore. You held my hand and jumped up and down with me when he played Helter Skelter and it was amazing. You had on a 'Guest' wristband... you were with 2 girls and a guy. I was too shy to talk to you afterwards. You are gorgeous.
Post by jimjames23 on Jun 18, 2013 16:50:38 GMT -5
To the beautiful girl at the Edward Sharpe show that came up to me and introduced yourself and danced with me for a few songs, i was wearing a blue cut off shirt, red bandana, and sunglasses. You made my day and weekend, I can't remember your name might have been Amy. Sorry I was shy and didn't say more before your friend came up and left with you. Hopefully you see this
Post by hannahjanelle on Jun 18, 2013 17:13:54 GMT -5
Ben from New Mexico, I doubt you'll ever see this, but I have to at least try!
For the boy in the blue Lumineers shirt.
You definitely helped make my Bonnaroo experience the best experience of my life, especially that night at the Paul McCartney show.
You have the most warmest and kindest smile I have ever seen, and one I won't ever forget.
I regret not getting any of your information, as it would have been nice to possibly see you again one day, but regardless, I'm glad I'll keep the memory of your comforting presence with me for the rest of my life.
Post by runninglouisville on Jun 18, 2013 20:53:45 GMT -5
To Melissa from Cleveland, 25 years old and this was your first roo: Met you at Pretty Lights with your crew and we had a great time but I tired out around 5 and had to go. Then I saw you at the Silent Disco the next day, but couldn't find you when I left. Anyways, just wanted to say I hope you had a great Roo and I wanted to get your contact information to hang out next year.
To Melissa and Andrew from (I think?) New Haven: A photographer an his girlfriend is how you introduced yourselves. You all were awesome to hang out with during Paper Diamonds. Then I saw you again at Bjork. I really should have gotten your contact info because I want to see Andrew's pictures and also talk more about that Paper Diamonds show. Let's keep in touch.
To the dude from Pod 1 walking back on Saturday night while coming down on acid: Thanks for walking with me and I'm glad I could help you come down off your trip through conversation.
To the Irish kids living in Florida on a work exchange: Met you on the first day while going into centeroo and then never saw you again. Sorry! I hope the rest of your stay in the USA is awesome.
This is Erik, I had on a Arabian headdress all weekend with the black rope coils -- also short black shorts. At least on Friday and Saturday, I had an inflatable astronaut with me.
Post by crystalballer on Jun 19, 2013 12:20:39 GMT -5
I'm looking for Zac, if I remember correctly he is 26 and from Knoxville, he was camped in a white pickup truck with black cap and had a mattress and a/c back there, I think his friend who had to open the tailgate to let us out was named Drew...Zac has the most beautiful blue eyes I have ever seen, thank you for making my Sunday night/ Monday morning the perfect ending to Bonnaroo.
Post by Yellow Boots on Jun 19, 2013 13:20:25 GMT -5
On the hunt for the coolest dad ever. I first saw him with his two daughters coming into Pod 1 security on Wednesday wearing an awesome top hat with a feather. Saw him later that day heading to Centeroo wearing the same hat, a vest, a tutu, and a cane.
Saw him later again I think at Jack Johnson (What stage, evening show, not sure which night), went up to him and said I'd been talking about him all weekend and thought he was the coolest ever (he really was) and shared a hug. You seem incredibly exciting, let's be friends?
To Mellisa and Wes, you two were great to hangout with at The Lumineers. Sorry I didn't make it to Jack Johnson with y`all and sorry I didn't get one of yalls numbers`. Hopefully we will run into each other again next year.
To Cole and his girlfriend, thanks for dancing around and having a good time at Boys Noise with me and my bud. Also, you`re welcome for all the water.
To Phil and his group of friends, I hope y`all enjoyed Japandroids. They were great and I wished we had ran into each other again. Thanks for chilling down at the shade tent, it`s always awesome when moments like that happen at Roo.
Post by Od Lid Johnny on Jun 20, 2013 12:43:27 GMT -5
Meg and Helen. Meg turned 21 on Saturday. Thank you for the nice walk to centeroo and for making me hangout for the end of Paul and the wait for Pretty Lights. I shouldn't have left. I hope you two had a great weekend and that walk to pod 11 didn't start getting to you.
Also the two girls from Michigan in front of me at that horrible mile marker 81. Never got a chance to find Camp Peanut Butter Jelly Time. I was hoping to share my tequila.
Also I can't remember your name or where you said you were from if we even got that far, but we watched Jim James together and we both made jokes to each other the whole time. Thank you again. I wish we caught more shows together, I'm sure they would have been a blast. Oh well, but your company was the most enjoyable of the weekend.
To the beautiful girl from New Zealand with the half sleeve tattoo on your left arm who is currently living in Seattle. We met at the Empire of the Sun show and had a good time, but i never got your number. i'd love to hear back from you so message me!
To the lovely girl from Buffalo in the red shirt who knew every word to every song Paul McCartney played and sang at the top of her voice with me, thank you for making my night even more memorable than it was to begin with. I wish I had caught your name - especially considering I know your friends were named Jill and Scott - and had some more time to hang out with you. I hope you had a magnificent 'Roo, and if by some chance you see this, I'd love to hear from you.
Post by jonbellawater on Jun 28, 2013 15:37:02 GMT -5
It was Saturday, I was in the field at the beach house show almost dead center a couple yards back from the back edge of the tent...you showed up and we danced through the whole show...suddenly while I was getting down, a hand landed on my shoulder and some random dudes junk pressed against my ass. A thin,, sweaty layer of ball shorts was all that separated me from what had turned into a fairly creepy situation as this stranger whispered in my ear "i know this might sound weird but Your friend is the hottest girl I've seen here, you are a lucky man", I proceeded to try to explain that I didn't know her in the least awkward manner I could before I decided best to just drop it, being that she was alone and I didn't want any perv-ing to harsh her experience....as creepy as the encounter was, the dude actually did me a favor by giving me an in to talk to you, even if it might have come across as a weak pickup line. You said your name was Gabby from Chicago and that you had seen Beach House before at Pitchfork. I was the slightly sunburned goofy dude named Jon from Kentucky in the striped shirt, we didn't get to talk much between songs, but you seemed like a really cool person, beyond the fact that the stranger was right in that you were one of the prettiest girls there.....to add to the serendipity, one of the first songs I ever wrote and recorded was called "Me & Gabrielle"....assuming Gabby is short for Gabrielle, it was a cool coincidence for me....if you ever see this you should message me, or maybe we'll randomly end up dancing together at some other show in the future
To Patrick and Mikayla from Atlanta, Georgia: I ran into you guys after my friends left earlier Sunday morning. We sat down by the wall where everyone was spray painting next to Tent only. We hung out for most of the day and I immediately regretted not getting either of your phone numbers after I left. Won't let that happen again next year. Reminded me of my best friends here in Louisiana and I would love to be able to keep in contact and see how you two are doing from time to time. Much love! From Dakota, the handsome man that was having his first shrooms experience.
Post by KathrynMary on Jun 29, 2013 14:11:16 GMT -5
To a wonderful Canadian fellow, I believe you were from Vancouver: We hung out and talked Saturday night in the Christmas barn (I can't remember what it was called). I was wearing the LED bra and (possibly) way too many glowing rings. There were a couple of DJs performing there until 7am. You kept trying to make me go up onto their stage with you, just to see if we could, but it was far too late for me to be doing such daring things. You slightly resembled the guy from Boys Noize, but without the unibrow. I never got to say this, but thank you so much for being the only guy to come up and have a conversation with me/hang out and not just grab me far too aggressively.
Also, thanks to all of the girls I met in said barn. I kept bouncing around from group to group, but you ladies were all awesome (which is why I didn't mind sharing all of my glowing accessories :-) )
Post by canexplain on Jun 29, 2013 14:35:16 GMT -5
To all the peeps we met the last month. Sure you go for the music, you remember your neighbors and the times (flzzzck the hotels). I feel sad a 20 year old that was our neighbor at Waka tried to commit suicide. Kids slow down a bit on the drugggggs. They won't run out and just be moderate. So to the peeps we met, hey, you peeps are the best. Some dude actually called me this morn from New Jersey that we met. . cr****
Post by broseidon68 on Jul 14, 2013 18:11:15 GMT -5
At the Empire of the Sun show I saw this girl with brown hair I think kind of looking over at me a bit (I know that sounds vain but let's just go with it). I didn't say anything the entire show because I was sleep deprived and an idiot but she ended up scooting in front of me and I'm so sure you wanted to dance with me but I waited too long and a line of people separated us. I was kind of I couldn't find her after the show. Can't remember much about her but yeah I wish I could go back and ask her to dance.
A little late posting this but shout out to the two volunteers (I think you were bf and gf or something) that we met sitting against the wall next to the Access entrance. We said we were engaged and the girl offered to marry us! The guy had a sunburn at his sock line (we discussed sun protection). I think you were from Detroit, or Chicago or someplace up north.
I am ridiculously late posting this, but I guess it's worth a shot. I am looking for Clifford from Montana, from Bonnaroo 2012 (yes, ridiculously late). I'm Vanessa and we met at Art vs. Science, at the Miller Lite stage on Saturday night. We took the picture below within seconds of meeting each other and were pretty much inseparable for the next 12 hours or so. I have no idea why we parted ways without exchanging numbers having had plenty of opportunities to do so, but the chemistry and ever-present magic between us that night and morning was undeniable. I have relived those wondrous hours every day ever since. I am banking on the universe to align so that we meet again this year at Bonnaroo.
Post by fromthebark on Apr 14, 2014 22:08:10 GMT -5
To the beautiful girl I am going to see this year at the upcoming Umphrey's show.. I will probably be too shy to talk to you, so I'm letting you know before hand that I am going to fall in love with you at first sight. Thats usually how I work. Don't misunderstand my staring as creepiness.