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Bonnaroo 2013 

Bianca Phillips
Crowds pour in from Bonnaroo's general camping grounds as the sun sets.
Michael Angelakos of Passion Pit entertains the crowd with their synthpop sounds.
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Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan beams as he overlooks the crowd.
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Members of the Wu-Tang Clan
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Method Man gets down and dirty.
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Bonnaroo attendees are encouraged to decorate wooden walls with graffiti.
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Colorful characters were everywhere at Bonnaroo.
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The ferris wheel provides a look out over the crowd of 80,000 people.
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Attendees cool off from 80-plus degree temps in the psychedelic mushroom fountain.
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The duo from Lucius entertained the crowd on the small Sonic Stage, which features new and lesser-known acts.
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Weird Al got a little crazy with his opening medley of Lady Gaga and Madonna songs.
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After a quick costume change, Weird Al parodied Kurt Cobain with his "Smells Like Nirvana" song.
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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis opened their Sunday set with "Ten Thousand Hours," a rap about the road to success.
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These people waited for hours to secure front row spots for the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performance.
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Macklemore asked a fan to crowd-surf his faux fur coat to the stage so he could wear it during the performance of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' breakout hit, "Thrift Shop."
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The ferris wheel provides a look out over the crowd of 80,000 people.
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