Bonnaroo 2009: Bruce, Byrne, and Buffett Get Down on the Farm

<p>Heavy thunderstorms on Thursday night turned much of the Bonnaroo grounds into mud, which lured some hippies like the La Brea tar pits.</p>

<p>Trey Anastasio of Phish enjoys himself during the first of two appearances at Bonnaroo.</p>

<p>Public Enemy's Flava Flav.</p>

<p>Al Green</p>

<p>Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons</p>

<p>Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs</p>

<p>The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, admired from afar.</p>

<p>The Yeah Yeah Yeahs get grilled by Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.</p>

<p>David Byrne joins Dirty Projectors.</p>

<p>We asked Kyp Malone if we could take his picture. He didn't reply verbally, but he did seem to nod, though now that we look at it, we can't tell if he's saying, "Hi," or, "Talk to the hand."</p>

<p>The 24-hour radio station at Bonnaroo.</p>

<p>The Bonnaroo post office, which comes in handy if you want to ship home some some posters, merchandise, or drugs.</p>

<p>"Trash Talkers" are stationed at all Bonnaroo recycling/composting/garbage stations to help festivalgoers dispose their waste properly. </p>

<p>The young woman on the left attended Bonnaroo topless but didn't want her photo taken. Sorry!</p>

<p>This man offered to heal Yeah Yeah Yeahs fans.</p>

<p>One man needed healing.</p>

<p>And he was HEALED!</p>

<p>Others sought solace in nitrous oxide balloons. </p>


<p>After we took this photo, we couldn't say no when he asked for a dollar. Good luck, bro! There were a lot of signs like this around.</p>


<p>Morning yoga.</p>

<p>The adrenaline junkie.</p>

<em>Planet of the Apes</em> has never been quoted more appropriately.