Each festival has something different about it, the musicians, the rides, the food, and everything in between. One thing that doesn’t seem to be different is the fashion within all of them. A favorite for each are fanny packs which is a trend that I am all for. Bonnaroo 2015 was no stranger to the movement and I had the pleasure of giving high fives and taking pictures of some of the faces to the Bonnaroovians wearing the raddest fanny packs around.
Bonnaroo was an experience worth having, the high five trains to the vibes within the crowds is what makes Roo well Bonnaroo. Performances by Flume, Slayer, Mumford and Sons, Rudimental, even the one and only Billy Joel and many more caused uproar within the group of 80,000 persons out on the farm.
With not only music being the center of attention but a Comedy and Cinema Tent packed with surprises like the R. Kelly Trapped in the Closet sing along or Zach Galifianakis as a special guest during the Chris Hardwick stand up show and even Corey Feldman performing before the screening of The Lost Boys Bonnaroo is a place where even when no bands were performing there was always something to do.
Even when the musicians stopped a DJ out at Kalliope would be mixing till the sun went up. Add on a silent disco, a food truck oasis, and countless food vendors serving delicious meals there was never a dull hour on the farm. If someone wanted to whine down and watch the sunset, riding the Ferris Wheel is on the itinerary as well. With a fanny pack set up and some sunscreen on your skin Bonnaroo is an adventure worth going on.