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Post by rownsurf81 on Jan 11, 2017 21:44:56 GMT -5
Honestly feeling lost on festivals these days and need advice! I last attended Bonnaroo after 2014, then did RiotFest in 2015 and Lockn last year. Both were great, but limited to particular genres mostly and I missed the great diversity of the years I went to Bonnaroo. There was plenty that made Bonnaroo special to me (super late nights, Superjams, sit-ins, surprise sets, etc), but some of that has even become less common and the lineup has become less genre-diverse over time I feel like.
Is there anything close to 2008-2014 Bonnaroo anymore? Just looking for a good mix of current and classic rock/indie, with punk, metal, jam, hip hop, bluegrass, funk etc mixed in. Even some EDM is fine. Camping or city fest fine. Help!?