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Monday, July 2, 2007
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

BONNAROO
From page 11
Zen lemonade and your bottle of
SPF 45. Or, as is more likely, the
absence of these things.
The best bands can make all of
the dust and the heat fade away.
The best concerts don't seem to
take place in Manchester. The
Flaming Lips show, for instance,
happened to take place on a set
looking like the Moon. The worst
bands make it very evident that
you are locked into a grid of tents
and can't leave for four days. The
throbbing noise from Tool shot
almost a iile from the main stage

into my tent, turning my night
into a crazed headache of roll-
ing and moaning and praying for
silence and death. I have never
wanted to be home more than in
that moment.
But it wasn't all bad. The Hold
Steady proved that it can bring
its rock and roll tent revival to a
thousand people as easy as it can
a bar-full. The crowds for Spoon
screamed so loudly for an encore
(typically forbidden at Bonnaroo)
cit clead singer and rock android
Britt Daniel even allowed himself
a brief reaction: "You guys are
hard core." The Black Keys got to
be very loud; Feist got to be very
quiet. And, on Sunday night, I got

To play: Complete the grid so that every row, column
and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 to 9.

to drive home.
Like sneaking into clubs or
sleeping in the library during From page 9
finals, Bonnaroo has become one
of those foundational college expe- also be appearing. He makes
riences that everyone should have. an instrumentalist's electronic
Here's why: When Sting came on music, filtering acoustic and
stage for the reunion of The Police, steel guitars, dulcimers and
arguably the biggest draw of the sparse druos through an array
entire festival, he addressed the of pedals and processors to cre-
crowd repeatedly as, "100,000 ate droning, meditative pieces of
people from Tennessee." Salty art-rock. Daniell's music never
rock journalists took this as a sign descends into noise, however,
that Sting filed his set from the and remains melodic enough
tour bus, unaware of where he was to guide you through its rich,
or what concert he was playing. inventive textures.
But the crowd didn't boo; for that So check this one out if you're
weekend, we were all citizens of feeling adventurous - it will be
Bonnaroo, Tennessee. easy to get lost.
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winner for May!
Try to find the fake advertisement in this
week's paper and throughout the month.
If you think you've found it, e-mail your name, the page
number of the ad and the ad caption to
display@michigandaily.com (subect: fake ad contest).
Contest sponsored by Papa John's Pizza.
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The Daily Arts guide to
upcoming concerts, fairs,
screenings and other events
All This Week
Adipose Gladipose: A
mixed-media installment by
Julie Hughes
The Power Center
Call for showtimes:734-764-2538
Wednesday
Ann Arbor Independence
Day Parade
Corner of State St. and East William St.
10 a.m. Free
The Capitol Steps: Comedy
Show
The Power Center
5 p.m. and 8 p.m. $26-$40
Young Frankenstein
Ingalls Mall
10 p.m. Free
Thursday
Buddy Guy and Ryan Shaw
The Power Center
8ym.$38-$56
Friday
Tcheka
The Ark
8 p.m. $15
Ann Arbor Soul Club
The Blind Pig
10 y.w. $5/ Under 21$8
The Polyphonic Spree
The Majestic Theater(Detroit>
8 p.m. $20
Friday - Sunday
Holy Shit!! Fest '07
MOCAD (Museum of Contemporary
Art Detroit)
8 p.m. $8/night or $20/weekend
Saturday
Feufollet
The Ark
8 p.m. $15
Hell's Kitchen Dance with
Baryshnikov
The Power Center
8 p.m. $55-$70
Please send all press releases
to artspage@michigandaily.com

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