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Fans find more than music at Bonnaroo

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MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Thursday is primarily moving-in day at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and in recent years, more and more fans have shown up early, excited to get inside and check things out.

While there is some music on the small stage beginning at 2:30 p.m., the bigger bands don't start until 4:30 and there aren't any headliners scheduled on the two largest -- What and Which -- stages. But there is plenty to see and do while waiting for the music to begin.

"The people watching is freakin' awesome," said Crystal Wood, 23. She drove up from Orlando, Fla., for her first Bonnaroo with friends Lyndsey Nacole, 23, Carla Rojas, 24, and Chris Robertson, 24, who were also experiencing their first trip to "the farm."

Nacole found a hat she liked.

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