I was in Camp Simon. Right in front of the What Stage entrance! It was perfect. We can hear the music perfectly from our sites and Shakedown Street was right around the corner. We had plenty of good vibes running thu our camp as well as plenty of good people (the two go hand in hand)
We had a great time and I feel re-energized. The Tennessens were really great (except for some of the rude security guards).
The music was righteous and the food and drink were plentiful.
My heart goes out to the families who lost their loved ones. God Bless.
Camp Wonder Twins in the house. We were past the Marley flag about 20 yards and to the left. if you saw a gator tied to a golfball that was my crew. had a fabulous time. Kynd people all around and the people next to us had the funk. G13xChampagne. Mmm Mmm good. to quote my friend. " this shiz is like a herbal sledge hammer that's cracking my skull" Can't wait for next year.
camp speedy gonzales. Not too shabby since we were right near the med tent, water and mist tent and not too far of a walk to centeroo.
Im still in Bonnaroo time right now..sitting at work...feeling worse than I did before bonnaroo because not having any concept of day or time and being surrounded by the greatest vibes did something to my soul. Now Im here..sitting in a dark office w/no window starring at my computer depressed as hell.
Trey absolutely blew me away, David Byrne was god d**n amazing, Timmy playin the gee-tar w/his face rocked me hardcore, and los lonely boys kick starting the whole thing. Im still in awe of the entire event.
Post by jammin4420 on Jun 15, 2004 10:16:58 GMT -5
Camp Tweey here... and I didn't misspell it, they did! Super close to the second entrance to centeroo, which I loved. I couldn't believe we managed to get so close! And we were on high ground when it rained, too. ;D
We were at camp Velma.. We got in at like 4 am on friday morning and the camp was full and they were turning people around in camp velma but i knew one of the "parking" people and he let me just pull on the end of a row.. I was right on top of the hill in camp velma that got really muddy and everyone had to help push the cars up.. and for a couple days I had a sign on my canopy that said "Our Tent"
Post by bellakabey on Jun 15, 2004 12:51:07 GMT -5
Camp Donald Duck. And they didn't let the cars in our RV group join us, unlike the response we got from bonnaroo.com. Fortunately our car friends were not a far walk from the RVs, so they often walked over to hang out under our shade structure.
Camp Tweey here also We were right on the corner of 6th ave. and 1st st. near the Penn. State flag. Very close, very cool. Some guy was wandering around our camp fri. night/sat. morning, talking to himself, rubbing his head back and forth on our tarp setup, dry heaving. We woke up and he was sleeping in one of our chairs. He left around 1pm. That guy was f*cked up.
Post by thestone80 on Jun 15, 2004 21:59:03 GMT -5
We were at Camp Gargamel. We had some crazy kids behind us who stole everyone's coolers in the area, put them in their tent and were planning on selling all of the beverages. Thankfully, they were kicked out. They were bad vibes.
Post by hookmeupdmb on Jun 15, 2004 22:45:46 GMT -5
We were in Camp Chilly Willy. We could hear the music from the main stage wonderfully.
I too am still in the Roo state of mind. We talked to a local guy and he said the event promoters had contracted to do int on the same spot for the next two years. I hope he knew what he was talking about.
I didn't get to see Willow--I looked for her all weekend.