From big bands like The Police to smaller acts like Cold War Kids, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn., offered fans an opportunity to see all kinds of music.
It was hot and dirty, but the music was motivation to get up in the morning and stay up late at night. For four days, 80,000 people formed a small city on a 700-acre farm. When all was said and done, those people had rocked and rolled their way through an event that's tough to match. The only thing left to do ... is wait for the next one.
Daily blog entries, as well as photos from the first two days of the festival, can be found at www.theclogblog.com