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Bonnaroo is here!

Bonnaroo
Do you Bonnaroo?
 
We do! Join 105.5 Triple M and the winner of our Backstage Blogger Contest, Kevin, as we join the musical masses in Manchester, TN, for Bonnaroo 2012! Sad to be missing the action? Live vicariously through our photos – just head to the Triple M Facebook page for updates on the action, all weekend long.
 
While you’ve got ‘roo on the brain, check out Paste’s Guide to Bonnaroo, including a list of 20 smaller, up-and-coming acts that’ll be performing at the festival. I spy some Triple M staff favorites, including Gary Clark Jr., Grouplove, and Minnesota’s own Trampled By Turtles.

If you're missing Bonnaroo, don't fret! There are plenty of other great music festivals this summer. Find them all in Triple M's Music Festival Guide here.
 

 


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06/08/2012 10:32AM
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06/13/2012 8:11PM
I was the winner's (Kevin's) guest for the RROOOO - Tom Etier
Thank You Triple M for the hospitality Kevin and I rec'd enjoying The ROO Fest. The posted photos are an awesome story sharing our music fest vacation. The MMM prize package included Press / Media Guest passes that provided us VIP camping area, great bathroom & shower facility, access to VIP entrances - VIP food & drink & TV & AC & bands & walking paths to the main stage - with bleacher seating. The Roo's workers were so cool, the food tents were tasty, comedy & movie tents rocked, and the crowd had LOVE.
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