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PHOENIX — As darkness fell on Steele Indian School Park on Sunday, hundreds of people gathered to watch the giant metal lotuses on the lake bloom with flames. The flowers, which appeared to float innocuously on the water all day, were rigged to shoot fire several feet on the hour after sunset in sync with songs such as Rage Against the Machine’s “Bulls on Parade” and Prince’s “Purple Rain.”
After Bay Area denizens indulged in scores of top-flight standup comedy and interactive recreations of sets from Seinfeld, South Park and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the newborn festival from Comedy Central and Superfly is already thinking about what to do in 2018.
(I'm still recovering from The Muppets)
LCD Soundsystem, Radiohead, Miguel, Lionel Richie and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem made the San Francisco music festival one to remember
Though it was the first year Live Nation had fully taken over, Bonnaroo began and ended just as it always had for the past 15 years: with crawfish. The annual Manchester, Tennessee-based music and arts festival kicked off Thursday (June 9) night with a crawfish boil hosted by Chris "Shaggy" Davis of NOLA Crawfish King whose tent, refrigerated trucks and 4,000 pounds of crustaceans remained nestled in the woods among a sea of tents and pathways lit by string lights over the four day event.
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