"The problem with GnR is that they suck. The songs suck. Even when they were in their prime they sucked. Remnants of an era of misogynistic sunset strip garbage. Bros who dressed like girls but still acted like high school jocks.
If I'm not mistaken, they're sold at the main merch booth in Centeroo. One of the guys from our group went up there last year to buy a bunch of the Rooster print Bonnaroo posters for us. I've got it hanging on my wall.
Post by thepeppers on May 20, 2013 17:47:35 GMT -5
Made the rookie mistake last year of not looking at specific band posters. This year there are about plenty of artist posters I will be looking out for, just going to see what design I like the best.
I don't recommend buying buying a regular Bonnaroo poster with just the lineup on it while there. I got one off ebay a month after for $8. If it something specific to the artist, or a shirt then buy it there. I remember I seen a Foster the People tee that I loved, and told myself I would come back for it. Didn't have any left on Sunday though.
Methane has confirmed they are doing a print for a band, they also have a cool "Music, Mud and Mayhem" poster/shirt that is bonnaroo related. Justin Helton(statusserigraph) is doing a print for a band he has printed before. Burlesque confirmed they are doing a Bonnaroo print as in years past.
First timer here. So are these only sold in one location? And are the available for purchase the entire length of Roo?
The band ones are normally sold only in one spot, sometimes if the artist is onsite they will have them over near the API tent (you should really check the artist out, they sell older prints from past shows etc) The "main" bonnaroo print will be sold at a few spots (or was in the past). Like people have mentioned if you see a print you like get it, chances are next time you stop by it will be gone.