Posted in music | pictures on July 8, 2013

photos by Jamie Goodsell, additional photos by Katharine Hansen

Solange/Tallest Man on Earth/Beach House @ Bonnaroo 6/15/2013
Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3
Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3
Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

"I know it's hot out there," Solange told the audience during her Which Stage set, "but if I could could see you guys grinding just a little bit, that would make me so happy." And of course the audience shrieked back with approval, as her band began playing the dreamy "Bad Girls." Following her surprise appearances with Grizzly Bear and on Friday's hip-hop Superjam, it was refreshing to see Solange perform her own dreamy, soulful brand of pop. Throughout her set she shimmied, smiled and swooned along with her band, even pulling off some coordinated line-dancing with her natty and talented guitarist. - [SPIN]
On Saturday (6/15) of Bonnaroo 2013, big names included R. Kelly, Bjork, Empire of the Sun and Cat Power. But there was lots, lots more going on at Bonaroo on Saturday, including Beach House, The Tallest Man on Earth, Two Gallants, and Solange, not to mention comedian Ed Helms in bluegrass mode, and David Cross. Pics from those acts and more are in this post.

If you missed them, our earlier pictures from Day 1 are HERE and HERE, Day 2 photos are HERE and here,  Day 3 are HERE, and Day 4 are HERE. More photos from Saturday, June 15 (and a few from Sunday, 6/16) are below.

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Ranch Ghost by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

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Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Two Gallants by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

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Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Solange by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Ed Helms' Whisky Sour Radio Hour by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

The Tallest Man on Earth by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

David Cross ft. James Adomian by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Beach House by Jamie Goodsell

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

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Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Day 4 photos by Katharine Hansen

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

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Bonnaroo 2013, Day 3

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Bonnaroo 2013, Day 4

Bonnaroo 2013, Day 4

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Bonnaroo 2013, Day 4

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Comments (3)

Solange played the Which Stage? Bonnaroo has really gone down hill

Posted by Anonymous | July 9, 2013 6:18 PM

Ranch Ghost! I found their 7' New New's in a record store in Nashville and it fucking blew my mind.

Posted by eric | July 11, 2013 12:56 AM

don't be butt hurt. it's called critique. You must be new to the concept so here's an example. The song is nothing special, both lyrically and rhythmically, (it's not bad, just not great). The dancing is annoying. The video is distracting from the point of the song but forgivable because it's trying to show she's trying to do things at an inappropriate time (which is an analogy to a relationship in the lyrics.) and at least it's more bearable than the "Losing You" Vid. At the end of the day it's clear solange's artistic direction is different from her sister, bey's. But it's also questionable as to why that is so.

Posted by Adriana | May 22, 2014 5:12 AM

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