Throughout the past five plus years or, there has been an increasing aggregation of both new and long-established music festivals growing across the nation, and with summer in full swing, the amount of time between each week’s events have thinned out.
New York City’s annual Governors Ball and Hot 97’s Summer Jam wrapped up just last weekend — albeit the former’s final day (where Kanye was scheduled to perform) and the latter’s festival stage were canceled due to inclement weather.
On Thursday, June 9th, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival kicked off at the Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee, where top acts, including J. Cole, Big Grams, Miguel, GoldLink and more were scheduled to perform.
Later that evening, during Bryson Tiller‘s set, Chano — who was in attendance strictly in a journalistic role — reprised his “No Problems” performance.
I'll be at #Bonnaroo again this year, but this time I'll doing a write up for a publication I admire and revere. Can't wait. ✍?
— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) June 9, 2016