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Sunday, June 10, 2007

Bonnaroo 2007

I'll be leaving in a couple of days to work at the Bonnaroo festival. I'm going to be working for an organization called Clean Vibes, which cleans up all the trash produced, while I'm there. I can't put into words here how excited I am about being able to attend this. I've lived a bit of a sheltered life up until this point, and this will be my first major concert of any type. I'm going to be in complete heaven, as any music lover would be. I'm sure I'll see a lot of great performances while I'm there, and discover a few artists that I'm unfamiliar with. The crowd is expected to be around 100,000 people, which will make it by far the largest crowd of any type that I've ever been around also. I'm sure it will be a surreal experience when I set eyes on that sea of people for the first time. The workers have a monumental task ahead of us. Last year over 550 tons of trash were cleaned up at the festival. I believe I'll be working 12 hour shifts for 14 days straight, and I'm sure I'll be exhausted when the task is finished. I should return home by the 27th of June, and I'll resume posting albums shortly after. In the meantime be sure to check out the other great music blogs which are listed in the sidebar, and here are a few buttons for your convenience if you would like to bookmark this site or subscribe to the feed so you can check back later for updates.

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Edit: Couldn't Leave Without Sharing This With You All
I don't normally share things like this on this blog, but I couldn't resist sharing this with you all before I leave. This should give you all something to enjoy while I'm gone..


This site might not last long considering the mass blatant copyright infringement and all, so enjoy it while you can. There's more movies than you can shake a stick at on here.. Enjoy!


hdvns said...

Ah, to be young and (assumed) childless! Have FUN!

Anonymous said...

Hey, love what you're doing here. Thanks for everything.

Anonymous said...

Enjoy-and thanx for a tremendous blog!

The Hamzinger said...

Thx for the files - the Misfats are appreciative!

Zer0_II said...

Thanks to those of you who left comments. I had the time of my life at Bonnaroo.