Of all the festivals I’ve attended, Bonnaroo is the nearest and dearest to my heart. Anyone who goes will tell you that there is something quite special about this festival.
For four days, a farm in rural Manchester Tennessee becomes home for thousands of people, who come together to form what really feels like a tight knit community – as tight knit as thousands of strangers can actually feel. Now in its 12th year, Bonnaroo has managed to hold on to the free-spiritedness that makes it feel so unique and different from other festivals, and so close to how I imagine festivals of the 60s may have been. This is a festival that is truly about peace, love, and music – and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Here’s a glimpse into Bonnaroo 2014 courtesy of FP girl Dawn!
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