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Bonnaroo, Summer of Sound, Transformers 2 Rave, and the Dub Show Tour Over the Weekend

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Onstage at Bonnaroo Music Festival Bonnaroo kicked off Thursday with sets from, among others, Passion Pit and Those Darlins. Friday's acts included Al Green, the Beastie Boys, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Phoenix and Grizzly Bear. Saturday's sets included Bon Iver (with Justin Long and Drew Barrymore in the crowd), Wilco and Bruce Springsteen...see photos

Also: Scenes from Bonnaroo in Photos

Babes of Bonnaroo 2009 As always, the Bonnaroo Music Festival featured stages graced with some of the best musical talent around, and muddy festival grounds packed with good-looking girls dressed-down for the festival. Also, Drew Barrymore (the one next to Justin Long, who does not qualify)...see photos

New Times Summer of Sound Americana Concert Patrons packed into Mill Avenue's Mill Cue Club on Saturday, June 13 to see The Bellrays, Matthew Reveles, The Sugar Thieves, The Cartwheels and Tractor Pull Divas. Who says there's no music on Mill?...see photos

Transformers 2 Rave in Tempe There may not have been any transforming robots at Saturday's rave, but that didn't stop giant robot and electonic music fans from coming out in full force to dance the night away...see photos

Dub Show Tour '09 at Phoenix Convention Center Dub Magazine brought their custom auto show to Phoenix on June 13. Loaded with custom and celebrity rides, the event attracted car-lovers from all around the Valley. While checking out latest in custom auto swag, visitors were also able to stop by exhibits from hot sponsors like Xbox and Monster Energy Drink. The Dub Show ended with explosive performances by local rap artists and national acts like Swag and Juvenile, and the man of the hour: Ice Cube...see photos

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