To get a break from the Tennessee heat, Bonnaroo bands gathered in Jeremiah Weed's Backyard, a down-home hangout featuring lawn games, BBQ, and cocktails made with Jeremiah Weed's vodkas and bourbons.
Check out video interviews below with L.A. collective Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, who talked about the interaction that happens with fans during performances; London folk rockers Mumford & Sons, whose members cut off their jeans to withstand the Tennessee heat; singer/songwriter Harper Simon, who talked about his first Bonnaroo experience and the importance of the festival; and the Postelles, who were not only excited about playing the festival, but to see some of their favorite bands play as well.
Also, be sure to check out even more videos from Jeremiah Weed's Backyard:
Black Keys, Temper Trap, Local Natives
Phoenix, Manchester Orchestra, Margaret Cho, Young Veins
Fanfarlo, Here We Go Magic, Bomba Estereo