Video Highlights of Bonnaroo ’15 Now Streaming Online


Beats sitting in a hot field in Tennessee in the middle of June, eh?

By Blurt Staff

The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival last weekend featured everyone from Robert Plant and Billy Joel to Mumford & Sons and War On Drugs to Earth, Wind & Fire and Kendrick Lamar. Much of the event was livestreamed on Red Bull TV, and you can still watch the performances now at

Also available to watch on demand via are many of the weekend’s highlights. Performances include Earth, Wind & Fire’s classics “Shining Star” and “September” and songs from Bonnaroo vets Dawes, who were promoted to the main stage for the first time this year; Laura Jane Grace and her groundbreaking punk band Against Me!; blues rock guitarist Gary Cark Jr., buzzy Australian singer-guitarist Courtney Barnett; indie rap vets Atmosphere; and rising indie rock crooner Mac DeMarco. Check back for additional content to be added throughout the week.


The livestream broadcast, hosted by Sal Masekela & Ted Stryker, took viewers beyond the stage with interviews and VIP tours of the festival grounds highlighting the people and elements that make Bonnaroo truly unique. Interviews with Mumford & Sons, Run The Jewels, ODESZA, Trampled By Turtles and more can be viewed on demand now too.




Against Me! – “True Trans Soul Rebel” & “I Was a Teenage Anarchist”

Atmosphere – “January On Lake Street” & “Yesterday”

Courtney Barnett – “Avant Gardener” & “Pedestrian at Best”

Dawes – “Things Happen” & “Don’t Send Me Away”

Earth, Wind & Fire – “Fantasy,” “September” & “Shining Star”

Gary Clark Jr – “Bright Lights” & “Church”

Mac DeMarco – “Blue Boy” & “Chamber of Reflection”

Sylvan Esso – “H.S.K.T.”

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – “Can’t Keep Checking My Phone” & “So Good at Being in Trouble”


AWOLNATION / Danny Clinch / Earth, Wind & Fire / Gary Clark Jr. / Mumford & Sons / My Morning Jacket / ODESZA / Run The Jewels / Twenty One Pilots


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