1.New Jersey Knows How to Party

1/21

Over three nights and two days in a carnival-esque setting in the shadow of New Meadowlands Stadium, the annual Bamboozle festival offered a supremely diverse array of music, from pop (see: Bruno Mars, above left) to indie rock (Eisley) to punk (New Found Glory covering the Ramones) to ... whatever you want to call Insane Clown Posse.

CHECK OUT THE BEST PHOTOS >>

Read SPIN's Bamboozle review here

2.New Jersey Knows How to Party

2/21

Over three nights and two days in a carnival-esque setting in the shadow of New Meadowlands Stadium, the annual Bamboozle festival offered a supremely diverse array of music, from pop (see: Bruno Mars, above left) to indie rock (Eisley) to punk (New Found Glory covering the Ramones) to ... whatever you want to call Insane Clown Posse.

CHECK OUT THE BEST PHOTOS >>

Read SPIN's Bamboozle review here

3.Bruno Mars

3/21

The slick R&B crooner romped through hits like "Billionaire," "Grenade," and "Just the Way You Are" during his packed Sunday evening set.

4.New Found Glory cover the Ramones

4/21

As part of Bamboozle's annual "Hoodwink" on Friday night, New Found Glory played a set of Ramones covers -- with Marky Ramone on drums!

5.Lil Wayne

5/21

Weezy's festival-closing set drew an enormous crowd, and featured ecstatic run-throughs of cuts like "A Milli," "Bill Gates," and many more.

6.Eisley's Sherri DuPree-Bemis

6/21

The band of Texan family members unfurled their pretty tunes on the Zumiez stage Sunday evening, warming hearts on a chilly night.

7.Circa Survive's Anthony Green

7/21

The frontman -- always a remarkable stage performer -- takes to the barriers to meet and greet his fans.

8.Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara

8/21

Lazzara and his bandmates -- the original TBS lineup -- played their 2002 breakthrough album, Tell All Your Friends, in its entirety.

9.Boyz II Men

9/21

Bamboozle always books a few nostalgia acts -- see MC Hammer's appearance a few years ago -- and Boyz II Men was this year's treat. Later in the night, they guested with Wiz Khalifa.

10.The Gaslight Anthem's Brian Fallon

10/21

It was a grand New Jersey homecoming for Fallon and his band from New Brunswick, and they celebrated with some of their best, oldest tunes.

11.Insane Clown Posse

11/21

Undoubtedly the best spectacle at Bamboozle, the shock-rappers doused the crowd in Faygo soda and comically revolting lyrics.

12.Juggalos spray the Faygo

12/21

13.Travie McCoy

13/21

The Gym Class Heroes frontman-gone-solo played on Friday night.

14.Wiz Khalifa

14/21

The chart-topping MC took to the stage during Friday night's opening lineup.

15.30 Seconds to Mars

15/21

Jared Leto didn't shy away from a completely glam costume on Friday night.

16.An Horse

16/21

The Australian duo played songs from their gripping sophomore album, Walls, on Saturday afternoon.

17.The Movielife

17/21

The Long Island quintet, whose members went on to form Nightmare of You and I Am the Avalanche, played their first show in eight years.

18.Chiddy Bang

18/21

The up-and-coming hip-hop duo is one to watch in 2011, and their Bamboozle performance proved it

19.Mötley Crüe

19/21

The pop metal icons set the table for Lil Wayne's festival closing set on Sunday with hits like "Girls Girls Girls," "Dr. Feelgood," and "Home Sweet Home."

20.Lil B

20/21

The hotly-tipped MC showed off some fancy footwear on the Spitterz stage.

21.Until next year, Bamboozle!

21/21

Read our complete Bamboozle review >>