Dude, I seriously can't concentrate on anything but bonnaroo right now. . .It's to the point where I'm poking myself in the eye with foreign objects. . . I think I just need to be sedated until Tuesday. . . . Dystopian Dream
2012: 2/2 The Kills; 3/24 Band of Skulls; 4/7 Alabama Shakes; 4/28 Chuck Berry; 5/27 Nikka Costa; 7/8 Furthur; 8/18 Band of Horses & My Morning Jacket; 9/9 Jesus & Mary Chain; 9/24 Gossip; 11/8 Alice Smith; 12/6 Grace Potter; 12/26 Clutch
2013: 1/16 Morrissey; 2/2 Grace Potter & Houndmouth; 4/19 Living Colour; 4/30 Jim James; 5/16 Father John Misty
Wow great. What do you think the wooden structure is? Is it permanent
I havnt heard anything at all about the wooden structure. When I saw it going up the other day, the first thing I told my wife was it looks like they are building a barn over on the bonnaroo site. It seriously looks like a barn from the road.
I was thinking today, have you noticed that the schedule calls it the comedy "theatre" this year? In years past it has always been the comedy "tent", not "theatre". Maybe that is what the barn looking thing is going to be. Thats just a guess. I dont know, but it looks like it could be permenant.
what was going on at the farm before bonnaroo owned it and when bonnaroo wasnt going on?
as far as i know it was just hay fields...i think
In 99 they had a festival called Itchycoo Park. Other than that, it has always been a cow farm.
The first couple of years that they started leaving the arch up, you could sometimes see cows standing under the arch. That was a sight. No more cows now that roo owns the farm, but they still grow hay out there.