Relive the goodness with all the mixtapes and highlights you need until 2014.
Prince, backed by a 22 person, played (at least) five encored, was on stage until 3 a.m and gave everyone in attendance a does of funk they'll remember forever.
Karen O's dance moves in her yellow outfit slayed with the Yeah Yeah Yeah's atmospheric set.
Tacos. A ubiquitous delicacy of Austin. There was a taco meet up, nuclear tacos night, taco eating contest, “Beer & Taco” events, The Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel , a weeklong party location, worked with Taco Bell.
Daft Punk never showed up.
R.Kelly joined Phoenix the first weekend to sing Bump and Grind, 1901 x Ignition, then Chloroform x I’m a Flirt
”Hi, we’re an imaginary band called The Postal Service" Ben Gibbard & Jenny Lewis reunited to fulfill every indie dream come true with "Such Great Heights," "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight" and every other song you wanted.
Disclosure debuted at the festival with a closing spot on Sunday night. They brought the house down with a little help from Sam Smith and Jessie Ware.
Headliner Mumford & Sons had to cancel, and Bonnaroo brought in Jack Johnson to save the day. He covered Mumford's "The Cave" and all was forgiven.
A rare sighting of Bjork performing with her all girl choir and dancing awkwardly in her pin helmet.
Haim slayed of course, and then brought the cutest little boy on stage who was holding a sign that said Kiss Me Este.
A Super Jam every. single. day.
Try to get there early if, for nothing else, to just take time to lounge in the field and soak up some sun, tunes, and good vibes.
Plan to get separated from your friends, but always have a meeting point.
Don’t be afraid to try new things. We've discovered a few of our favorite bands from being musically spontaneous at festivals.
Stylist tip: Boots are the bestchoice in shoes. Not only are they cute and comfortable, but they are close-toed and won’t fall off if you find yourself in a mosh pit/crowd surfing/whatever drunken debaucle you’ve found yourself in.
Sunscreen is your BFF. Lather that ish on. 110 degrees got nothing on you.
Regardless of any sound difficulties, M.I.A. still managed to rock the crowd into oblivion with her undeniable swagger and infectious dance moves. Best part? Leading a festival-wide sing-a-long to 'Paper Planes'.
It's undeniable that whenever R Kelly performs, it's going to be 500% guaranteed epic. During his performance of 'I Believe I Can Fly', he released a dule of doves into the sky. Yeah. Epic.
On Saturday, Steve Aoki was joined by surprise Guest Lil' Jon for their collaborative hit "Turbulence."
Jessie Ware was there and took everyone back in time to a Diana Ross concert with the most awesome tw-step of all time.
Kendrick Lamar was joined on stage by crowd surfing fans...
My Bloody Valentine was there and practically blew everyone's eardrums off (including nearby residential homes and neighboring businesses). Some loved it, some couldn't stand it, but nevertheless, everyone was talking about it. Way to go, MBV. Way to go.
Death Grips actually showed up this time. Yay Death Grips!
Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's performed in the usual Karen O style full of stage antics that can never be forgotten. We can say this about every time she performs, and she'll be a highlight no matter where she goes. She really lit up FYF though.
Whenever you leave to go anywhere, ask each other wallet? phone? keys? and make sure you're all good. Or go balls to the wall and leave all three at home.
Go all night like the Energizer Bunny by drinking tons of water and food-fueling your body.
Don't lose your tickets ahead of time. Pick a place to always store tickets so they're always safe.
Mosh pit, crowd surf, and sing so loud you have no voice left, at least once in your life.
Have a freakin’ blast! – Seriously, music festivals may be the greatest time of your lives, even if you don’t remember it all.
Thomas Mars from Phoenix stage-dives as he surfs through the crowd of screaming fans. We wish we could've been a part of that.
Sir Paul McCartney took us down a Beatles-filled memory lane and it was the greatest thing of life. Also, he signed this girl's arm.
For the foodies and famished alike, Outside Lands recruited Bay Area’s most unique food vendors including Outside Lambs, The New Cheese Lands, Wine Lands, and Choco Lands.
Tame Impala brought a guest appearance on stage and introduced their stuffed pet tiger, Gavin.
Leave it up to a great artist to be able to work through technical difficulties and still put on a great show. Grimes keyboard wasn’t working but she still put on a fantastic show
Kendrick Lamar may have had the largest and most diverse crowd of the entire weekend and as a one man show, he worked this crowd like nobody’s business.
Jake Bugg, at only 19 years old, played a great rendition of Neil Young’s “Hey, Hey, My, My”.
But Haim probably holds the worldwide record for slaying at music festivals. We were all dead.
On an island, with the SF skyline as your backdrop, you're able to see every band that plays. Obviously, TI is always a highlight of the entire season.
Disclosure, Phantogram, Sleigh Bells and all had AMAZING sets.