June 14, 2010 Slideshows

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Bonnaroo 2010 

The yearly festival of music, mud and mayhem brought tens of thousands out to the Manchester, Tenn. farm despite nearly 100-degree weather June 10-13. (Photos by T. Lynne Pixley)
T. Lynne Pixley
Lines at the showers were a common occurrence every morning
T. Lynne Pixley
Camping gear at Bonnaroo ranges from professional set-ups to highly unstable riggings of everyday materials.
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
Collin C. Chappelle
Lynne Cymone
Getting good at finding any spot of shade to rest your head is a Bonnaroo necessity.
Collin C. Chappelle
T. Lynne Pixley
Hula hoops could be found every few feet and dancing with one is another skill frequently exhibited at the music festival.
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
Colorful walls with even more colorful sayings are spread all around Centeroo
T. Lynne Pixley
A smart few take their showers at night to avoid the morning lines in the mud.
T. Lynne Pixley
At any time of day or night droves of people travel back and forth from campsites to Centeroo
T. Lynne Pixley
Thievery Corporation's show was met with plenty of dancing and lights from the crowd.
T. Lynne Pixley
The Silent Disco Tent was packed with dancers at all times, grooving to sounds only those with headphones on could hear
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
T. Lynne Pixley
Mud is the general state of being at Bonnaroo. It's inescapable to the point of becoming an important part of the Roo experience.
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T. Lynne Pixley
Lines at the showers were a common occurrence every morning
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