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Video: Mud, Music and Basketball at Bonnaroo With Pearl Jam, My Morning Jacket and Jack Johnson

June 16, 2008 2:22 PM ET

Bonnaroo 2008 has come to a close, leaving behind memorable, epic sets from Metallica, Pearl Jam, My Morning Jacket and Robert Plant & Alison Krauss. Click above for the full Rolling Stone Bonnaroo recap, including interviews with members of My Morning Jacket and Pearl Jam as well as live footage of Eddie Vedder rocking out with Jack Johnson on stage.

Rolling Stone at Bonnaroo 2008

Bonnaroo 2008 in Photos

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