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remeard1335 karma

The "I've forgotten more than you'll ever know" of wealth.

remeard75 karma

Hey guys, long time Bonnaroo veteran here, I think this will be my eleventh year at Bonnaroo. I talked about this in the /r/bonnaroo subreddit and they seemed to like the idea.

What do you guys think about including science based guest speakers to Bonnaroo? Guys like Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Michio Kaku, etc. If you've never been to one of their lectures before, I feel like something like that would work out REALLY well at Bonnaroo. Heck, you can even have either Bill nye or Tyson host Star Talk Live at Bonnaroo and have a few comedians be guests on their show.

Keep up the good work guys, Bonnaroo is easily what I look forward to the most every year.

remeard30 karma

Awesome. If this ever happens, one of the deep pods could be science themed, have a scheduled time at late night where you have someone bring a telescope and show folks constellations, the moon, planets, etc. Maybe have a display on a tablet/small monitor (They're fairly cheap adapters now).

It'd be great, lots of city folks don't get to see a dark Tennessee sky.

remeard22 karma

1) How were you contacted for the Humble Music Bundle? Was there any major loopholes you had to jump through to get on board?

2) Are there any video games or movies that you wish you had the opportunity to work on? If so, which

remeard2 karma

Years back you had artists curate stages. I think the first year it was David Byrne who chose a handful of artists to play on the stage that day which introduced me to some absolutely amazing music (KATZENJAMMER!!) the year afterwards it was Eugene Hutz of Gogol Bordello who brought some extremely unique world music to the stage, jamming out with them and eventually inviting them all on stage for a great big jam at the end of the night.

I know the Bluegrass Situation is somewhat similar, but are you planning to bring this concept back at any time?