(Dirty Guv'nahs frontman James Trimble. Photo by Casey Fox)
Greetings from The Farm, Esteemed Readers. After some internet hiccups, we here at The Happiest Place On Earth now have contact with the wired world, and I am able to share with you a visual record of some of this weekend's events. I will keep the words short and the photos copious. (All photos by Yours Truly.)
Local boys made good The Dirty Guv'nahs played the inaugural set on This Stage. The band are the darlings of Bonnaroo this year--they played three shows over the four-day festival and this photographer saw them being interviewed every time she visited the media tent on Thursday.
Mariachi El Bronx brings the soy bomb.
Hardcore L.A. punk band The Bronx has recorded two albums of mariachi music under the name Mariachi El Bronx. The gentlemen cut quite a figure in their sparkly mariachi suits, dark sunglasses and matching belt buckles.
Alabama rapper and Eminem protege Yelawolf shows the audience the love in This Tent on Thursday night.
More love from Yelawolf.
The members of Austin psych rock band White Denim - none of whom looked older than twelve - were clearly ecstatic to be playing Bonnaroo this year. They had grins plastered on their baby faces for their entire set at The Other Tent on Thursday night.
None of the band members actually wore white denim.
Sarah Barthel of spacey psych-pop duo Phantogram belts it out at The Other Tent on Thursday night.
Pictures from Friday and Saturday will be up shortly, Esteemed Reader.