I was in Camp Kojack 3rd row back from the front. We got sooooo lucky. I'm not expecting the same this year, but I won't be upset if I'm that close again. Beer runs took 5 min. from the main stage and 10 mins. from Centeroo.
We were in camp caveman... but the person handing out maps told us that we were in camp canadian passport! It didn't help that there was a fence where the map showed a road.... made for a very interesting first day!! We ended up using a purple octapus balloon as a landmark the rest of the weekend. If the person who had that balloon is on here, thanks!!
Post by phunkyphresh on Apr 23, 2004 5:56:50 GMT -5
i was stuck all the way back in alabama soup bowl, about a 45 minute walk to centeroo, if anyone still has there map please check out how far away we were. it was like a totally seperate campground still had a the best time of my life
Post by paulgermain on Apr 23, 2004 6:30:06 GMT -5
we were in camp tennessee tophat. we got their early on thursday. it was a good hike to the stages and centeroo. anyone who was at bonnaroo one we had camp lisa simpson which would have been around camp crewcut. definitly a more exciting spot.
Post by xjenNjuicex on Apr 23, 2004 9:13:32 GMT -5
i was stuck all the way back in alabama soup bowl, about a 45 minute walk to centeroo, if anyone still has there map please check out how far away we were.
Hey man, I totally feel you on that one! I was in camp Daniel Boone which was right across the street from Alabama Soup Bowl! It was really kinda neat though b/c it was like we had out own little community over there!
I was in Daniel Boone last year too. Regardless of the walk, I thought the site was pretty nice. I feel you on the little community thing, it was oddly comfortable back there. Plus you got to walk through the tree tunnel with the disco lights. Insane....
Last year I was in Camp Daniel Boone too. We were at the very far, back, tip thing of Daniel Boone, so the walk kind of sucked. But yeah, it was like we had our own little community. It was like Hawaii. The year before I was in Camp Tripper. ;D
<<Hey man, I totally feel you on that one! I was in camp Daniel Boone which was right across the street from Alabama Soup Bowl! It was really kinda neat though b/c it was like we had out own little community over there!>>
jerry curl here too... though my friends didn't seem to mind as much, the long walk was really annoying to me. esp when you wake up in the morning and are recovering... it's nice to have a short walk to centeroo if you want to see an earlier show.
is there any relationship between what time you arrive and how close you are to centeroo? or what about the entrance you use? i hear that people who arrived wedns eve were camped really far away. we finally got in thurs aft and were still way back. but we did use one of the alt. entrances.
Post by JayFromRochester on Apr 26, 2004 10:05:34 GMT -5
We were in Bowlet, just up the road from the big camper with Bumblebee Man saying "You can do it!!!" on their flag. We had the jolly roger over our site.
About 5 or 10 minutes from Centeroo. We could even hear some acts from our camp in the afternoons.
We got there around 10 on Thursday morning through one of the main entrances.
As far as entrance and time determining your position, from what I've seen, I think it's a crapshoot. Just get there, set up and get down. If you drove all that way to get to the show, a little walking from your bed to the stage isn't really something to get too uptight about.
We were in Kojack, and it was a really nice community. We had great earshot of the music from the main stage. loud and clear. On sunday night, I left the dead show early, because I was beat, went back to my tent and fell asleep to the sounds of Dark Star. It was great, also, in the afternoons we could go back for lunch and shade, and we heard emmylou harris, and Galactic, as if we were on the field. I can't wait.