Bonnaroo 2013 Festival Wrap-Up
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival wrapped its annual four-day fete this year with a host of historic performances – two that followed a last minute substitution when R. Kelly and Jack Johnson stepped in as the headliners for Mumford & Sons. Kellz took the stage in an iridescent white jacket and made quick work of a string of hits, including “I Believe I Can Fly”; his performance of the iconic resilience carol was driven home by a few inflatable white doves. Bjork hit the stage backed by mind-bending visuals to perform a handful of tracks, including “Crystalline.” Nas performed a birthday tribute to his daughter to celebrate her 19th birthday with the Manchester, Tennessee crowd. Solange hit the stage for a short set to perform selections from her True EP along with a cover of Dirty Projectors‘ “Stillness Is The Move.” The night was capped by performances from Dirty Projectors and Fourtet, who dropped a mindblowing electronic set on the festival crowd. Check a bit of R. Kelly’s rousing performance at the closing night of Bonnaroo below.
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