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Bonnaroo 2014 Slideshow 

Scenes from the 13th annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee
The iconic Bonnaroo ferris wheel and clock tower against a Saturday night sunset.
The mushroom fountain cools off sweaty Bonnaroovians in the 80-plus daytime temperatures.
A light crowd at an early show at the Which Stage
Janelle Monae performed a lively version of "Tightrope" on Saturday afternoon
Janelle Monae
New Jersey punk rock band The Bouncing Souls
Bouncing Souls guitarist Bryan Kienlen makes "punk rock face."
Cake's lead singer John McCrea leads the crowd in a chant during the chorus of "Sheep Go to Heaven."
Cake performed all their '90s hits on Saturday.
Bonnaroo brings out lots of freaky people in costumes.
This is how the ferris wheel probably looked to the many Bonnaroovians on drugs.
And this is how it looked to everyone else ...
A guy with a unicorn
Photographers weren't allowed into the photo pit during Memphis folk singer Valerie June's performance due to a miscommunication with Bonnaroo staff. But photographers were able to shoot from the crowd.
Ms. Lauryn Hill was about 30 minutes late to the stage, but her performance was worth the wait to the packed crowd.
The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne was spotted in the press tent chatting with a colorful cast of characters.
A glowing, giant VW bug drove around the festival blasting EDM music.
MSMR played an energetic set on Thursday night.
Many women wore bikinis to beat the heat. This one probably defeated that purpose with her elaborate headdress.
Hula hoops were EVERYWHERE!!!
The iconic Bonnaroo ferris wheel and clock tower against a Saturday night sunset.
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