What a year and we are ending with an amazing issue. Firstly we are very proud to end the year with Talib Kweli cover who gives Vandala an insightful and […]
Simply put, Robert Plant is a musical genius and his newest album Carry Fire is a demonstration of said genius. The eleven song collection is a divine infusion of abstract musings, poignant observations, ethereal sounds, and tribal rhythms guided by Plant’s omnipotent transmission of emotion.
Robert Plant has announced the first North American headline dates on his upcoming world tour celebrating the release of his eagerly anticipated new album Carry Fire which arrives via Nonesuch/Warner Bros. at […]
Bonnaroo wants all of its fans to be Happy Together on the farm in 2017, and in the name of happiness, the legendary festival today announced that the 2017 ticket […]
From November 2015 Vandala Magazine READ MORE ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS & MORE FREE Photo Credit L. Paul mann
The final day is always the shortest at Bonnaroo, with almost all the music coming to a close before the final 9PM Main Stage act comes out. Traditionally, many younger EDM fans pack up and leave this last day, but this year it seemed that many more than usual stuck around, with such a strong final day line up to choose from.
The third day of Bonnaroo 2015 began early with temperatures warming to near 90 Degrees and the beloved clouds beginning to wane. Saturday is always the longest day at Bonnaroo with music starting before noon and going until first light, which comes early in Eastern Tennessee, just a few weeks from the summer solstice. [..]
Day two of Bonnaroo saw the whole Centeroo come alive with both mainstays up and running as well as some ten other venues across the grounds. With so many music fans trying to move about it was time for them to pick their battles.
Bonnaroo Day 1 A Pleasant Start Article & Photos By L. Paul Mann http://www.lpaulmann.com From August 2015 Vandala Magazine Read in our online flip magazine HERE READ MORE ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS & MORE […]
Opening day of Bonnaroo 2015 was a downright pleasant one, with temperatures peaking in the lower 80’s and puffy white clouds partially blocking the blaring summer sun. This years’ festival offered new and bigger facilities, amazing performances and more. Read our full 4 Day coverage complete with photo galleries.