Bonnaroo 2013: A-Trak will provide electronic relief on day three
Coming off a night that concluded with three hours of non-stop electro house from Wolfgang Gartner and Porter Robinson, fans at Bonnaroo will return to festival grounds on day three with fatigued legs and ringing ears only hours after gates closed on Friday. If dance music fans can find their stride in the early hours of Saturday, Clockwork will be offering an opening set at 12:30, but the sunny afternoon will be prominently occupied by the likes of Nas and Solange. Late night and beyond midnight hours, party-goers have the chance to see Mumford & Sons and R. Kelly, with the premiere electronic act serving as relief between Bonnaroo’s heavyweights.
Fans that didn’t have enough dance in their legs for Clockwork’s noon outing will be given a few extra hours to rest for Four Tet while the rest of the festival offers talent across all stages. Chances are house hangovers will last through the day, and just at the perfect moment A-Trak will set fire to “The Other Tent.” The Fool’s Gold head honcho makes for the ideal act on Saturday, giving Tennessee its proper dose of dance amidst genres and artists that can’t be missed.
Those who prefer to see Bjork, and would continue along with headliners such as Mumford & Sons and R. Kelly, will have well accrued rest to last through the night for an even darker, heavier electro experience. Closing out the festival on Saturday will be Boys Noize with his 2:30am-4am set, winning over the most tireless of attendees who haven’t taken the rare fourth day into consideration.
Dancing Astronaut‘s Bonnaroo 2013 day three pick: A-Trak; enjoy a potent 90 minutes of dance music while finding pace in Tennessee.