Post by StormyPinkness on Feb 17, 2011 13:17:39 GMT -8
What would iced tea be if not tea with ice?
My issue with Tennessee was that everything was fried. I have not been to Bonnaroo but I went there on a business trip for a week. I had some awesome food but by the end of the week I had put on like five or ten pounds. There was pork fat in a piece of cornbread I tried to eat. That was gross. The sweet tea was a bit sweet for me so I always asked for a bunch of lemon to squeeze in and then it was ok.
Post by zombiemaegan on Feb 17, 2011 13:33:28 GMT -8
I love tea now.. by my 11 year old self who was expecting sweetened iced tea and instead got tea that was just cold and had no sugar in it was VERY confused.. like I said, iced tea in canada is always sweetened.
I only come here for the rampant speculation. You guys are all fuckers.
Post by StormyPinkness on Feb 17, 2011 13:38:19 GMT -8
I think the majority of US people drink it somewhat sweetened, but in the south it is seriously SWEET. I prefer it very lightly sweetened with some lemon. It was a bit too sweet for me in the south. But I don't have a very high tolerance for sweet things anymore.
Sweet tea is definitely a nice treat but I can't see myself making it a staple in my diet. I prefer non-sweetened and slightly sweetened teas for sure. Don't get me started on raspberry iced tea though..... I will drink that delicious stuff into a coma!
BONNAROO 2011 TICKETS ON-SALE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th, 2011 AT 12:00 PM EST.
Price Level 1 - $209.50 - SOLD OUT via Holiday Pre-Sale Price Level 2 - $224.50 plus applicable fees Price Level 3 - $234.50 plus applicable fees Price Level 4 - $249.50 plus applicable fees
Price Level 2 and Price Level 3 are available in very limited quantities. Once each price level is sold out, tickets will continue to be sold at Price Level 4, while supplies last.
All tickets are 4-day festival tickets (Thursday through Sunday), which include camping and parking. RVs and other oversized vehicles require a VIP RV upgrade pass. See below for more information.
Want to buy now and pay later? Check out the Bonnaroo General Admission Payment Plan.
There is a limit of (10) general admission tickets per order.
General admission ticket fees are $23.10 per ticket, which includes a $6.00 facility fee, $3.00 contribution to Coffee County, $1.00 charity donation, and service fees.
Standard domestic shipping and handling is $10.00 per order. Shipping costs for international orders vary based on the country to which the order is being shipped.
To help protect you and your Bonnaroo investment, you will receive a specially designed wristband with a unique RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) chip that will be mailed to you in advance of the festival in lieu of a physical ticket. This secure RFID chip in your wristband is unique to you and your order. Your wristband is your ticket to Bonnaroo 2011!
Instructions regarding the RFID program and when and how to activate your wristband will accompany your order.
Orders will ship from late April through June. Remember to have your order shipped to an address where you or your authorized representative will be in April through June. You will be notified via email as to precisely when your order has been shipped. You should expect your order to arrive approximately 10 days after you receive confirmation that your order has shipped.
i keep looking at this lineup hoping that there'll be something that will spark my interest and make me say 'fuck it. i'm going' but no matter how many times i look at it, i'm just not inspired.
Pretty much dude. If they really draw almost 4 times as many people than Sasquatch does then they REALLY dropped the ball on this lineup. I've accepted that Sasquatch will never really achieve that "wow" factor lineup due to attendance/financial reasons, but when you have a festival the size of Bonnaroo you better deliver some serious OOMPH year after year haha.