Bonnaroo Video: MGMT's Guide to Hippie Dancing

June 13, 2008 10:35 AM ET

There are a number of vital skills necessary for an optimal Bonnaroo experience, but surely one of the most important is the ability to hippie dance. Luckily, RollingStone.com caught up with the members of Brooklyn dance rock band MGMT, who shared a few pointers. Click above to watch displays of classics like "The Chicken Boogie" and "The Invisible Orb."

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