Watch the Best of Bonnaroo in Video Highlights

Watch performances and exclusive interviews with the Strokes, Buffalo Springfield, Mumford & Sons, the Decemberists and more

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Buffalo Springfield perform during the 2011 Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival on June 11, 2011 in Manchester, Tennessee.
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Bonnaroo 2011 has come to an end, but the mammoth four-day festival lives on in Rolling Stone's extensive coverage.

Below, you can check out hot performances by Sleigh Bells, Gregg Allman and Choose the Cover contest bands the Sheepdogs and Lelia Broussard, as well as exclusive interviews with Buffalo Springfield, the Decemberists, Mumford & Sons and the Strokes, who dropped details of their upcoming fifth album. Plus, you can watch the dudes in Deer Tick talk about their wild set of Nirvana covers and the guys in Wavves reveal that they have written a song for Dave Grohl.

Also visit Rolling Stone's festival blog for full coverage and reviews.

Videos from Bonnaroo:

Buffalo Springfield Backstage at Bonnaroo

The Strokes Reveal New Album Details Backstage at Bonnaroo

Florence and the Machine on Getting Sweaty and Forgetting Her Own Lyrics

Mumford & Sons Preview New LP at Bonnaroo

The Decemberists on Neil Young and Reaching Number One

Mavis Staples Loves the 'Flower Children' of Bonnaroo

Iron and Wine on Adapting Music to Environment

Wavves on Meeting Lil Wayne and Writing a Song For Dave Grohl

Deer Tick: 'Our Nirvana Set Was A Shit Show'

Lelia Broussard Takes On Bonnaroo With Energy and Attitude

The Sheepdogs Drink, Rock and Rile Up Bonnaroo Crowd

Gregg Allman Brings Classic Blues to Bonnaroo

Sleigh Bells Rock Out on 'Crown On the Ground' and 'Tell 'Em'

Gary Clark Jr. Discusses His New Rob Cavallo-Produced LP

A Laidback Ben Sollee on the 'Beautiful Crowd' at Bonnaroo


The Drums Are Cool and Casual on Bonnaroo Stage

School of Seven Bells Get Ethereal at Bonnaroo


Best Coast Show Off Their Noisy Side at Bonnaroo

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