Photo Galleries »

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005

Meg Reagan is one of the many vendors at Bonnaroo 2005 where patrons can find a variety of goods that range from jewelry floor rugs

Photo by Saul Young

Meg Reagan is one of the many vendors at Bonnaroo 2005 where patrons can find a variety of goods that range from jewelry floor rugs

Buy this photo

Photo Rating:
Gallery Rating:
  • Tammy Harrington of Interstate Liquors traveled to Manchester, TN from Texas to lend a hand to the family business where everything is being overstocked. They are expecting an influx of customers arriving in town for Bonnaroo 2005
  • From left Anderson Gould, Tolga Sural, and Mandy Young stand on the roof of their camper under a threatening sky Wednesday waiting for the start of Bonnaroo. They are a group of students that traveled from Charlottesville, VA to Manchester, TN to attend the 2005 Bonnaroo music festival
  • Early arrivals to the 2005 Bonnaroo music festival relax under a shade tree Wednesday in the Wal-Mart parking lot in Manchester, TN
  • A duo that traveled from California who wished not to be identified relax under a shade tree Wednesday in Manchester, TN. They have gathered in the small town with nearly 100,000 other visitors in anticipation of the 2005 Bonnaroo music festival
  • Kathleen McLane, left, and Lara Henneman walk under one of the many decorative placements that are spread throughout the Bonnaroo 2005 grounds. Other items include a large water fountain and giant bobble-heads. Many people were able to enter the Bonnaroo grounds a day early
  • Rhiannon Adams takes a standing lunch break while tending shop at Bonnaroo 2005. A whole area of the festival grounds is devoted to vendors like Adams that sell various goods to the festival-goers
  • Meg Reagan is one of the many vendors at Bonnaroo 2005 where patrons can find a variety of goods that range from jewelry floor rugs
  • Cayce Fenyo, center, of Georgia meets for the first time on the Bonnaroo grounds in Thursday Lauren Sims, left, and Brandy Howard whom are also from Georgia. Fenyo wears a balloon hat which he personally made himself. The Bonnaroo grounds were already filled with people the day before the official start of the music festival being held in Manchester, TN
  • Ketch Secor, left, and Morgan Jahnig of Old Crow Medicine Show perform before a large crowd during the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005 in Manchester
  • Gabriel Sapp, top, of Montgomery, AL spends Saturday afternoon decorating Ryanne States, also of Montgomery, AL with Sharpie pen tattoos during the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
  • A couple sits quietly to themselves in the damp grass as the Bonnaroo-goers travel from place to place. Throughout early Saturday morning there is constant activity at the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
  • A woman rides inside the mouth of a dragon float during the 2005 Bonnaroo parade Saturday morning. People gathered along the parade route to escort the floats throughout the campground and the festival ground
  • Cro Magnus gives a break-dancing demonstration Sunday during the last day of the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
  • A costumed 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival-goer keeps the crowd entertained during the final day of the festival Sunday in Manchester, TN
  • Thousands of people still remain at Bonnaroo Sunday, the last day of the 2005 festival in Manchester, TN
  • A pair of feet rinses of the mud accumulated on them during the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
  • De La Soul performs at Bonnaroo for an early Sunday morning show that ended at 4 a.m. Throughout the day there is a constant stream of music at the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
  • Trey Anastasio performs before a large audience early Sunday morning to start off the final day of the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
  • Members of the Bonnaroo staff from left Grag Panzer of Auburn, AL, Hugh Smalson of Glennville, NJ, and Peter Parker of New York, NY attempt to straighten a bent bobble head Saturday after 2005 Bonnaroo-goers tried to uproot it
  • A woman rides inside the mouth of a dragon float during the 2005 Bonnaroo parade Saturday morning. People gathered along the parade route to escort the floats throughout the campground and the festival ground
  • Wireless headphones keeps in the Silent Disco tent keep 2005 Bonnaroo-goers dancing throughout the night. All the music is played through the wireless headphones which creates a scene of people dancing without audible music
  • Knoxville singer Jodie Manross and friend Kevin Kissell after the Todd Steed performance early Saturday morning at Bonnaroo 2005
  • Knoxville's Todd Steed and the Sons of Phere makes his first performance in the 2005 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival Early Saturday morning. The 2005 Bonnaroo featured many performers from Knoxville including Dixie Dirt, Dishwater Blonde, and Mick Harrison.
  • Whitney Sutton of Gulf Shores, AL and Ross Elmore of Orange Beach, AL laze in the Friday afternoon sun at the Allison Krauss & Union Station performance during the first day of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005 in Manchester
  • Sheila McGuire of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, spins a large hula as a form of dancing during the first day of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005 Friday in Manchester, TN
  • Sarah Bass, left, of Manchester and Haley Wood of Murfreesboro cheer on the Old Crow Medicine Show Friday during the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005 in Manchester
  • Brett Dennen performs on the 'Cafe Where' stage during the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2005, Friday in Manchester, TN. He is one of the up-and-coming artists who are playing smaller venues on the 700-acre Bonnaroo site
  • Fans raise their arms to the sky during the De La Soul performance at Bonnaroo in 2005
  • Dirty Joe gives a break-dancing demonstration Sunday during the last day of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN in 2005
  • Thousands of music fans travel from across the country to attend Bonnaroo in 2005
  • A pair of Bonnaroo patrons pass the time with a bit of juggling on the festival grounds in 2005

Comments on this photo » 0

Be the first to post a comment!

Want to participate in the conversation? Become a subscriber today. Subscribers can read and comment on any story, anytime. Non-subscribers will only be able to view comments on select stories.

Already activated? Login