These 70-somethings have the time of their lives at their first music festival. With Mumford & Sons, Ben Folds, Guster, Bleachers, Dawes, Houndmouth, Ron Funches, and Rubblebucket.
- June 21, 2015
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Jon Mackey: director
Dashiell Driscoll: writer
Dan Bernstein: producer
Ben Sheehan: executive producer
Matt Sweeney: DP
Jamie Jones: camera operator
Mike Robertson: sound mixer
Special Thanks: Howie Caspe, Maureen Wynne, Ryan Schreiner, Cody Holland
With: Mumford & Sons, Ben Folds, Guster, Bleachers, Dawes, Houndmouth, Ron Funches, Rubblebucket.
June 21, 2015
Yeah, I'm retired. My kids say...I say, I'm not going to Bonnaroo.
My kids said, "Oh yes you are." So here I am.
(Male Voice): Do you guys have a favorite artist?
> Not in this genre, I'll tell you that.
> But I like Kenny G.
(Male Voice): Do you expect to see somethings you've never seen before?
> I've already seen some stuff.
> [Inaudible] is going to be good. Odesza. The War on Drugs is probably
my favorite band that's playing here right now.
> You ever hear of any of those dear?
> What was the one? We're on drugs?
> The War on Drugs.
> They're not permanent.
> What's this called?
> This is called flash tattoo.
> Flesh tattoo.
> Why are you giving these away?
> 'Cause why not?
> Mine is a bracelet of course. All the girls are wearing them at the
park. So, they said I'm one of the girls.
I'm making a mess.
> I can't eat mine, I'm diabetic.
> I'm supposed to tell you a joke. I'm going to gender neutral so,
my buddy was downstairs doing the laundry, and he calls up, "Honey,
what setting do I use for the sweatshirt?"
"Dear what does it say on the sweatshirt?"
"Green Bay Packers."
> My favorite part of it was you go I want to be gender neutral.
> What are your thoughts on like rap music?
> First of all the lyrics. They're hard to understand, and when you
do understand them, you're not sure you like them.
> What would be your advice for us old folks at Bonnaroo?
> Drink a lot of water.
> Just carry a lot of water.
> Drink all the water.
> Here's to ya.
> Ok, you have to tell us, what is this all about?
> [Inaudible] Looks like everyone's listening to the same song.
So you have to turn the volume up, and just have a good time.
It was terrific, and really unusual.
> Now see, this is the way to go to Bonnaroo. Sit on the couch and watch it.
What is he doing?
> You're sleeping.
> Do you speak German?
> Well yes, I was born there.
[Speaks Foreign Language]
> What does that mean?
> I love you.
> And I do.
> You just going to hang here aren't you? Be honest.
> I hate this.
> Hello Kelsey, this is Winston, and Ted.
We're with your grandparents. This is Mumford and Sons.
They are way cheeky people. They are wasted.
> We just watched a band called Sza.
What did you think about them?
> I don't know who they was, but they blew my mind.
> And I grew up in Germany. We didn't have all this rock and roll
and crazy stuff.
> Thank you so much. Nice to meet you.
> So I guess they're going to have us get on this ferris wheel again.
> I'm not getting on a ferris wheel.
> Oh, I don't either.
> I think I need a [Inaudible].
I can't hear.
> How many of you guys if this is your first time at Bonnaroo?
> We met some people, and they've never been to a festival before,
and they seem really cool. So we wanted to bring them up, Anna, Denny,
and Isolde, and Neil.
[Inaudible] They're pushing 80 years old at the festival.
> Did I do it?
> I think maybe it's recording.
> (Female Voice): Everyone else thought we were a tad nuts to
do this, because we aren't young.
Our children and grandchildren are so impressed, that we were able to do this.
(Male Voice): How do your grand kids feel about you being here?
> They think it's great. They're jealous. They say, "We're so jealous."
[Inaudible] I'm still alive.
I'm standing to tell right?
Oh, now I smell it.
(Male Voice): What does it smell like?
> I got a whiff. I guess that it is mary jane right?
I bet you I'm higher than a kite when I walk home tonight.