G Star Raw

19 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
ARABELLA Chi is the rising influencer and model who has made quite a name for herself thanks to her popularity on social media. From having worked with Hollywood stars such as Jason Momoa to modelling fashion campaigns for Superdry and G-Star, here’s all you need to know about this beauty. View this post on Instagram Paradise 📍 @casadelamoreibiza A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on May 7, 2019 at 8:37am PDT Who is Arabella Chi? Arabella Chi is a model and social media influencer from London, currently signed to Lenis Models. Though she’s mostly known for her work in the modeling world, Arabella has also starred in blockbuster hits such as Wonderwoman and Justice League. With a rising career in both film and fashion, there’s no surprise that the brunette has since gained herself over 34,000 followers on Instagram. With that said, Arabella is also no stranger when it comes to flaunting her flawless figure on the photo-sharing platform while also giving her followers a closer look at her extravagant life. View this post on Instagram Missing Summer 🔥 A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Feb 3, 2019 at 10:15pm PST View this post on Instagram Summer Has Begun ☀️#ibiza #wikiwoohotelibiza #wikiwoo A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on May 6, 2019 at 6:37am PDT When she’s not working in London, Arabella is showcasing her life as she jets around the world – her recent trips included Thailand, Mexico and Dubai. The brunette must credit her toned physique to her consistent workout routines, which she also frequently posts on her social media along with modeling gigs and other content related to lifestyle and beauty. While posing for the cameras has become her day-to-day job, Arabella has taken part in several fashion shows, having most recently walked for the Debenhams Summer 17 collection. View this post on Instagram Good Morning 2019 , No Better Way Than To Start The Year In The Sun , On The Beach Hearing The Waves 🏝 #mexico #tulum A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Jan 1, 2019 at 10:55am PST [article-rail-section title=”MORE ON SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”170″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] That same year, she would sign on to star in a fashion campaign for G-Star Raw. And given that she’s also a social media influencer, her sponsorships have ranged from Diddy’s Ciroc liquor to promoting healthy hair with Coco and Eve. In May, Arabella revealed she had partnered with Superdry for the release of their latest clothing line in association with Very. It goes without saying that this model definitely knows how to stay booked and busy – and it’s only a matter of time before she earns her big break. View this post on Instagram We Don’t Remember Days We Remember Moments 💫 A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Mar 26, 2018 at 11:12pm PDT
19 Jun 19
The Sun
ARABELLA Chi is the rising influencer and model who has made quite a name for herself thanks to her popularity on social media. From having worked with Hollywood stars such as Jason Momoa to modelling fashion campaigns for Superdry and G-Star, here’s all you need to know about this beauty. View this post on Instagram Paradise 📍 @casadelamoreibiza A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on May 7, 2019 at 8:37am PDT Who is Arabella Chi? Arabella Chi is a model and social media influencer from London, currently signed to Lenis Models. Though she’s mostly known for her work in the modeling world, Arabella has also starred in blockbuster hits such as Wonderwoman and Justice League. With a rising career in both film and fashion, there’s no surprise that the brunette has since gained herself over 34,000 followers on Instagram. With that said, Arabella is also no stranger when it comes to flaunting her flawless figure on the photo-sharing platform while also giving her followers a closer look at her extravagant life. View this post on Instagram Missing Summer 🔥 A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Feb 3, 2019 at 10:15pm PST View this post on Instagram Summer Has Begun ☀️#ibiza #wikiwoohotelibiza #wikiwoo A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on May 6, 2019 at 6:37am PDT When she’s not working in London, Arabella is showcasing her life as she jets around the world – her recent trips included Thailand, Mexico and Dubai. The brunette must credit her toned physique to her consistent workout routines, which she also frequently posts on her social media along with modeling gigs and other content related to lifestyle and beauty. While posing for the cameras has become her day-to-day job, Arabella has taken part in several fashion shows, having most recently walked for the Debenhams Summer 17 collection. View this post on Instagram Good Morning 2019 , No Better Way Than To Start The Year In The Sun , On The Beach Hearing The Waves 🏝 #mexico #tulum A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Jan 1, 2019 at 10:55am PST [article-rail-section title=”MORE ON SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”332″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] That same year, she would sign on to star in a fashion campaign for G-Star Raw. And given that she’s also a social media influencer, her sponsorships have ranged from Diddy’s Ciroc liquor to promoting healthy hair with Coco and Eve. In May, Arabella revealed she had partnered with Superdry for the release of their latest clothing line in association with Very. It goes without saying that this model definitely knows how to stay booked and busy – and it’s only a matter of time before she earns her big break. View this post on Instagram We Don’t Remember Days We Remember Moments 💫 A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Mar 26, 2018 at 11:12pm PDT
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
ARABELLA Chi is the rising influencer and model who has made quite a name for herself thanks to her popularity on social media. From having worked with Hollywood stars such as Jason Momoa to modelling fashion campaigns for Superdry and G-Star, here’s all you need to know about this beauty. View this post on Instagram Paradise 📍 @casadelamoreibiza A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on May 7, 2019 at 8:37am PDT Who is Arabella Chi? Arabella Chi is a model and social media influencer from London, currently signed to Lenis Models. Though she’s mostly known for her work in the modeling world, Arabella has also starred in blockbuster hits such as Wonderwoman and Justice League. With a rising career in both film and fashion, there’s no surprise that the brunette has since gained herself over 34,000 followers on Instagram. With that said, Arabella is also no stranger when it comes to flaunting her flawless figure on the photo-sharing platform while also giving her followers a closer look at her extravagant life. View this post on Instagram Missing Summer 🔥 A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Feb 3, 2019 at 10:15pm PST View this post on Instagram Summer Has Begun ☀️#ibiza #wikiwoohotelibiza #wikiwoo A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on May 6, 2019 at 6:37am PDT When she’s not working in London, Arabella is showcasing her life as she jets around the world – her recent trips included Thailand, Mexico and Dubai. The brunette must credit her toned physique to her consistent workout routines, which she also frequently posts on her social media along with modeling gigs and other content related to lifestyle and beauty. While posing for the cameras has become her day-to-day job, Arabella has taken part in several fashion shows, having most recently walked for the Debenhams Summer 17 collection. View this post on Instagram Good Morning 2019 , No Better Way Than To Start The Year In The Sun , On The Beach Hearing The Waves 🏝 #mexico #tulum A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Jan 1, 2019 at 10:55am PST [article-rail-section title=”MORE ON SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”122″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] That same year, she would sign on to star in a fashion campaign for G-Star Raw. And given that she’s also a social media influencer, her sponsorships have ranged from Diddy’s Ciroc liquor to promoting healthy hair with Coco and Eve. In May, Arabella revealed she had partnered with Superdry for the release of their latest clothing line in association with Very. It goes without saying that this model definitely knows how to stay booked and busy – and it’s only a matter of time before she earns her big break. View this post on Instagram We Don’t Remember Days We Remember Moments 💫 A post shared by Arabella Chi (@arabellachi) on Mar 26, 2018 at 11:12pm PDT
19 Jun 19
The Sports Daily

We are just one day away from the 2019 NBA Draft. It will be the first of hopefully many drafts that Gersson Rosas will command. At his pre-draft press conference yesterday, Rosas was pretty frank: the Timberwolves are trying to do everything in their power to bring in high-level talent to put around Karl-Anthony Towns. […]

19 Jun 19
Full Press Coverage

For the next week, we will pick the rookie most likely to make the biggest splash on their new team. That could entail an instigator of a turn-around.

19 Jun 19
News Directory

The NBA Draft is not just a day away, and as it becomes closer and closer, the noise associated with draft trades keeps a possible draft day higher. There are some old soldiers who could deal with them on a draft day – including Mike Conley and Bradley Beal – but there are likely to […]

19 Jun 19
News Directory

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 6:37 p.m. LLP Zion Williamson created the type of viral prediction reserved for the larger ones in his single season at Duke. Only a few vintage players recently – LeBron James in 2003 as the normal competitor – find the kind of reaction from fans made by Williamson with the Blue […]

18 Jun 19
MagaOneNews
NCAA Basketball: Final Four-Practice Day
FILE PHOTO: Apr 5, 2019; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Duke Blue Devils forward Zion Williamson accepts the Oscar Robertson Trophy during a press conference for the 2019 men’s Final Four at US Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports – 12480943

June 18, 2019

Zion Williamson created the type of viral anticipation reserved only for the great ones in his single season at Duke.

Only a few players of recent vintage — LeBron James in 2003 is the standard bearer — elicit the type of response from fans that Williamson did with the Blue Devils.

The New Orleans Pelicans’ timely lottery win puts a franchise in transition into position for an about face with Williamson as the new building block around which vice president of basketball operations David Griffin can erect a contender in the Western Conference.

As former No. 1 pick Anthony Davis (2013) celebrates his new start alongside James with the Lakers, the stage is set for Williamson and a new cast likely to include another top-five pick Thursday.

How will the first round play out?

1. New Orleans Pelicans: Zion Williamson, F, Duke

Williamson is an athletic freak of nature with Defensive Player of the Year instincts and explosiveness to challenge any shot he wants to swat. Less certain is how his game evolves from dunk-a-thon to his future fit as an NBA power forward.

2. Memphis Grizzlies: Ja Morant, PG, Murray State

Maybe the most natural playmaker in the draft, Morant has All-Star ability as a passer and scorer. Even if the Grizzlies show up in the lottery again next summer, a core taking shape shows there’s a path out of the Western Conference cellar.

3. New York Knicks: RJ Barrett, F, Duke

Maybe the Knicks’ reported love for Darius Garland is genuine, but Barrett is built for the NYC spotlight and suits the blueprint in place for the evolving Knicks.

4. New Orleans Pelicans: Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

There is some Joe Johnson in Culver’s game. He projects as a plus scorer and defender while fitting a need in New Orleans immediately alongside Jrue Holiday.

5. Cleveland Cavaliers: Cam Reddish, SG, Duke

Culver would be the preference, and the Cavaliers could opt for Virginia forward De’Andre Hunter, but Reddish gets the nod because of his range.

6. Phoenix Suns: Darius Garland, PG, Vanderbilt

If the Knicks go Garland, the Suns are a candidate to trade out with the Atlanta Hawks or select the next best point guard in North Carolina’s Coby White. Garland paired with Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton would be a godsend for first-year coach Monty Williams’ building project.

7. Chicago Bulls: De’Andre Hunter, F, Virginia

Bigs have been the trend recently for the Bulls with Lauri Markkanen and Wendell Carter. Hunter does many things well but isn’t the big-ticket splash Chicago hoped for amidst a season of stockpiled losses.

8. Atlanta Hawks: Jaxson Hayes, C, Texas

A modern-day version of Marcus Camby, Hayes enters the NBA needing physical development to bring his game to the next level.

9. Washington Wizards: Coby White, PG, North Carolina

White becomes the salve the Wizards needed — but never expected to be able to get in this draft — to survive without John Wall in 2019-2020. A high-energy, ball-dominant point, White and Bradley Beal would work well together.

10. Atlanta Hawks: Tyler Herro, SG, Kentucky

A perimeter marksman who could play well off of Trae Young, Herro is known for his in-the-gym range and serves as a luxury pick who also should be a safe-ish selection.

11. Minnesota Timberwolves: Sekou Doumbouya, France

Doumbouya is raw and recognized more for his defense at this stage, but Ryan Saunders and the Wolves can buy into a high upside project at this spot.

12. Charlotte Hornets: Nickeil Alexander-Walker, G, Virginia Tech

A combination guard with length to be a plus-defender, Alexander-Walker is the type Michael Jordan can envision an immediate role for.

13. Miami Heat: Nassir Little, SF, North Carolina

Pat Riley likes proven players from proven programs. Little is explosive and competitive with the type of natural gifts that indicate he’ll be much more than he was at North Carolina.

14. Boston Celtics: Rui Hachimura, PF, Gonzaga

Already seasoned as the pace-and-space 4 in Gonzaga’s offense, Hachimura contributes quickly and becomes the heir to Marcus Morris in 2020.

15. Detroit Pistons: Kevin Porter, Jr., SG, Southern Cal

Detroit’s wing players leave a lot to be desired, and Porter brings one definite skill: scoring punch.

16. Orlando Magic: PJ Washington, PF, Kentucky

An athletic and versatile piece to mix into the still-developing equation in Orlando, Washington is unlikely to fall beyond the middle of the first round because NBA scouts are sure he’s going to contribute.

17. Atlanta Hawks: Goga Bitadze, C, Georgia/Serbia

An NBA rarity these days, Bitadze was evaluated as a true center. Some see potential for him to develop into a stretch option and down-the-road answer at the 5 for the Hawks.

18. Indiana Pacers: Keldon Johnson, G, Kentucky

Johnson should be a rotation guard at the very least, and with Victor Oladipo recovering from quadriceps surgery, starting isn’t out of the question as a rookie.

19. San Antonio Spurs: Brandon Clarke, PF, Gonzaga

There’s a lot to like about Clarke, including his size and defensive potential, but Gregg Popovich will most value his versatility.

20. Boston Celtics: Matisse Thybulle, F, Washington

The best defensive player in the draft in the notebook of many scouts. Thybulle, whose wingspan is 7-foot-1, paired with Marcus Smart would mean a long day at the office for Eastern Conference combo guards.

21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Romeo Langford, SG, Indiana

A gamble on upside and potential after Langford grinded through injuries during his only season at Indiana.

22. Boston Celtics: Cam Johnson, SF, North Carolina

At next to no cost, the Celtics land one of the best pure shooters in the draft. He’ll catch and shoot no matter who does the table-setting for Boston this season.

23. Utah Jazz: Nic Claxton, F-C, Georgia

A defensive presence behind Rudy Gobert who showed at the NBA Scouting Combine he could evolve as a stretch 4.

24. Philadelphia 76ers: Bol Bol, C, Oregon

With Joel Embiid likely in need of skimmed minutes, Bol is not ready to contribute in a big way. But as a 7-foot-1 perimeter player, the 76ers could add him to their intriguing blend of young talent for the matchup-minded Brett Brown.

25. Portland Trail Blazers: Bruno Fernando, F-C, Maryland

Strong and springy, Fernando would add a physical presence who can block shots and scrap for leftovers. He’s not LaMarcus Aldridge but brings enough of a mid-range shot to be a regular.

26. Cleveland Cavaliers: Chuma Okeke, F, Auburn

Likely a non-contributor as a rookie coming off of a torn ACL, Okeke can get to know the cast in Cleveland while training for a role as Kevin Love Light.

27. Brooklyn Nets: Carsen Edwards, G, Purdue

Microwave offense behind the already established offensive options for the Nets, and a ready spot starter should the Nets lure Kyrie Irving in free agency.

28. Golden State Warriors: Ty Jerome, PG, Virginia

Calm and clutch under pressure with enough range to play here tomorrow, Jerome bears some similarity to Klay Thompson but lacks the bounce and explosiveness to become a lockdown defender.

29. San Antonio Spurs: Dylan Windler, SF, Belmont

With the selection shipped from Toronto via the Kawhi Leonard trade, Windler brings a deep shooter who doesn’t shy away from any competition, He could be the perfect fit for the Spurs.

30. Milwaukee Bucks: Mfiondu Kabengele, C, Florida State

Brook Lopez could be lured away in free agency, and Kabengele is not the same type of player, but he’s an energy-and-effort, athletic big man who can mop up misses and operate the pick-and-roll.

–By Jeff Reynolds, Field Level Media

Source: OANN

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17 Jun 19
Consequence of Sound
Beyond the Gates: One year ago, Consequence of Sound’s Tyler Clark declared with Nietzchean despair, “Bonnaroo is dead.” The festival, which once reigned among the greatest in America, was suddenly faltering after a buyout from Live Nation and record low attendance in 2016 as the rootsy jam band fest attempted to adapt and revamp. Over the last three years, Bonnaroo’s missteps and uncertainties were disappointing. More and more, the festival became a generalist catch-all festival like Coachella at the expense of Roo’s devotees. However, the reveal of 2019’s lineup sparked hope. The festival finally appeared to strike a balance, celebrating its rock and Americana roots with returning favorites Phish, The Avett Brothers, and The National while attracting a new generation of followers with hip-hop superstars Post Malone, Childish Gambino, and Cardi B. Throw in a heavy dose of EDM, a solid selection of indie rock and small font acts, a few crucially unique experiences, and Bonnaroo was ready to rise from the dead. Opening Shots: Thursday at Bonnaroo has historically been a small-scale beginning to the festival. The two main stages are closed for the day, and the crowds are the smallest of the event as campers continue to arrive and set up for the long weekend. But those who showed up were in for a stellar welcome to Bonnaroo. Peach Pit, photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Vancouver’s Peach Pit opened the festival with an energetic indie surf rock performance to an overflowing That Tent crowd. It may have been Peach Pit’s first visit to Tennessee, but Roo was ready and welcomed them with choruses of cheers as guitarist Chris Vanderkooy launched into sweeping and emotional guitar solos. The band closed with a medley of “Johnny B. Goode” and “Wipeout” and turned the entire tent into a ‘50s dance floor. The dancing didn’t stop for the rest of the day as other indie highlights like Australian rockers Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Chicagoan rapper SABA kept the crowd going ‘til the early morning hours. Nashville to Manchester: The highlight of Thursday was Bonnaroo’s newest unreproducible event — the second annual iteration of the Grand Ole Opry show live from the Farm. The collection of country legends collected on the festival stage may seem like fish out of water, more accustomed to the balconied Opry house and legendary Ryman Auditorium. However, the attention to tradition and country western music’s legacy is honest and exhilarating, attracting many who would otherwise never listen to the high-energy bluegrass picking of Ricky Skaggs or the frontier music of Riders in the Sky (whose performance of Toy Story 2 classic “Woody’s Roundup” was a definite crowd-pleaser). Old Crow Medicine Show perform with Grand Ole Opry, photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Though the energy was great throughout the two-hour performance, the party really began when Bonnaroo favorites Old Crow Medicine Show closed the night. Bandleader Ketch Secor led the crowd through rambunctious country sing-alongs of “Rocky Top”, “Me and Bobby McGee”, and, uh, “Old Town Road”, which I guess is cowboy music canon now. “If anybody was wondering if that song was country, I just played it on Roy Acuff’s fiddle,” Secor boasted before closing out the night with their own canonical classic “Wagon Wheel”. Festival Fashionista: Despite 2019 being one of the cooler Bonnaroos in recent history, summery beach fashion remained in full swing. Tank tops, swimwear, and wide-brim or bucket hats kept bedazzled and glittery attendees free and comfortable under the sun. As things cooled down into the 50s and 60s at night, many sported fuzzy onesies featuring Winnie the Pooh, unicorns, and Pikachu, which honestly looked like a blast. Of course, the totem game was strong as flags and posters celebrated meme culture, particularly Game of Thrones. Though, Post Malone was also a fan favorite with totems sporting everything from Toast Malone to Watermalone to Post Kevin Malone from The Office. Game of Thrones totem, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Best Bites: It’s easy to attend Bonnaroo and feel a sense of FOMO about the number of food options and cuisines available throughout the Farm. Hamageddon, the iconic metal pig that serves as a meat smoker, remains a staple outside This Tent where barbecue lovers will get their fill of brisket, sausage, rotisserie chicken, and more. While a lot of the food offerings are pricey, Rolling Oven Mobile Pizzeria has the best bang for your buck, featuring 10-inch wood-fired pizzas made to order for $12. In terms of drinks, the Broo’ers Festival tent is a favorite among craft brew lovers who can choose from a couple dozen of America’s best beers. Hamageddon, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Let’s Jam: The SuperJam remains a staple highlight of Bonnaroo, a chance for artists to come together and celebrate music’s very best. The night has featured some of the festival’s greatest delights over the years from Questlove, Ben Harper, and John Paul Jones jamming on Led Zeppelin classics to Chance the Rapper covering “Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” and “Hey Ya!”. This year, however, lacked some of the star power of previous years as a group of small font artists joined GRiZ to pay tribute to our fallen heroes like Dr. John and Nipsey Hussle. The show closed on a high note with Walk the Moon’s Nicholas Patricia joining David Bowie’s Blackstar band for “Under Pressure” and “Let’s Dance” before ending on a rendition of George Michael’s “Freedom ‘90”. Though this year wasn’t the SuperJam’s best, it remains a must-see on the Farm. G.O.A.T. SuperJam With GRiZ, photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival That One Performance: Donald Glover has humbly made a strong case for himself as one of the world’s greatest multi-threat entertainers with his acting, directing, and story writing, and of course, the music. Childish Gambino ascended on a smoke-enveloped riser from the middle of the crowd and immediately had the audience (possibly the biggest of the festival) in the palm of his hand. From the beginning, Gambino asked the crowd to put their phones away. “Feel some shit with me because tonight is church. And I am not playing around.” He didn’t. Over the next hour, he performed his set with such precision and attention to detail that it deserves to be made into a film. Every facial expression, every dance move, every lighting and pyrotechnic flair was perfect, making the set the greatest audiovisual experience of the weekend. Little Simz, photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival The Best of the Tiny Fonts: Little Simz opened Saturday with a display of honest zeal for the music. Backed by a trio of keys, live drums, and a DJ, Simz gave a raw, energetic performance highlighting her new album, GREY Area. Her flow was razor sharp, even when accelerating to supersonic speeds. Always carrying an infectious smile, Simz spread the neighborly spirit of Roo with personal storytelling on “God Bless Mary”, a song dedicated to her neighbor who gracefully coexisted next door while Simz practiced and recorded loud music through all hours of the night. Though the early afternoon crowd still saw people shuffling their way back to life after the late night before, they embraced Simz with eruptions of applause after fan favorites like “Venom” and sang along to every word. Sego, photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival ) Rookies of the Year: Bonnaroo’s sixth stage may be small, but the up-and-coming artists featured throughout the weekend were determined to steal audience ears away from the large font artists. While things were still getting started Saturday afternoon, LA’s Sego was ready to break through the sleepy haze with Alyssa Davey’s grungy bass lines and a dose of DIY punk energy. Frontman Spencer Petersen channeled his best garage rock rendition of Steven Wright as he provoked the crowd to action, beginning: “I think it’s time we all start acting our age/ I think it’s time I actually start getting paid.” Later in the afternoon, local Nashville favorites The New Respects graced the Who Stage, offering a Janelle Monáe-esque fusion of rock, funk, soul, and Destiny’s Child harmonies. Whereas Monáe takes a more pop-centric focus, The New Respects are not afraid to rock out to Led Zeppelin-inspired riffs and a heavy, soulful cover of “Come Together”. Music City may be known best for its Americana and country roots, but the New Respects’ infectious grooves offer a glimpse into the Nashville of tomorrow. Brandi Carlile, photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Right Place, Wrong Time: Brandi Carlile is a national treasure deserving of much higher recognition than she currently receives. During her early Sunday afternoon performance, she filled her songs with unbridled passion and her audience with tears. Carlile’s performance may not have been the visual spectacle that Gambino’s was, but it was the most moving show of the entire weekend. Her heartfelt performance of “The Mother”, which she dedicated to fathers and parents of all types on Father’s Day, encapsulated the way she turns the intimately personal into the universal. The expert storyteller also surprised the audience by performing a duet with Tanya Tucker on her new Carlile-produced single “The Wheels of Laredo”. As the last blasts of rowdy Americana rang out, the mayor of Manchester presented Carlile with the key to the city, an honor given to one artist each year who best represents the passion and spirit of Bonnaroo. This year, no one was more deserving. Cardi B, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival ) Best Improv Group: Despite fears of cancelation after multiple canceled dates in recent weeks, Cardi B made her Bonnaroo debut on Sunday night to the relief of an overflowing crowd. Just a few songs into the set, however, Cardi’s bodysuit tipped, perhaps due to some overzealous twerking. Cardi handled the situation with grace, powering through the next couple of songs before going off set (no pun intended) to change into a bathrobe, which she sported the rest of the night. Though the set by no means went according to plan, Cardi put the show and fans first, leading the crowd in roaring choruses of “I Like It” and “Bodak Yellow” to end the night. The Lonely Island, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Best Entrance: “We’re backstage; we’re backstage,” began The Lonely Island, literally singing about their entrance to the anticipated “post-Post Malone” set. The chuckles grew into cheers as the narrative continued and the trio revealed themselves with Rage Against the Machine-like fury, screaming, “We’re on stage!” As soon as they arrived, they disappeared again, hiding off stage right and staring at the crowd, now erupting in laughter. It was a perfect entrance for the comedy group who put on a hilarious show full of skits, Chris Parnell appearances, and of course, a puppet Justin Timberlake. Post Malone, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Outgrown & Underestimated: Bonnaroo has done a good job of appealing to their new, younger demographic. However, the festival continues to underestimate just how many people attend the weekend for hip-hop shows. Last year, T-Pain’s set was so over-saturated, it was impossible to see if you arrived late. This year, Cardi B, Gucci Mane, and even Juice WRLD could have benefitted from a larger setting. Meanwhile, Bonnaroo’s two hip-hop headliners, Childish Gambino and Post Malone, boasted around twice the audience size of fellow headliner Phish. While the festival has embraced hip-hop in recent years, they’ve missed the fact that it’s the prime reason attendance is rebounding. Phish, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Phishing for Answers: Phish are dependable. Not many bands can be trusted with five and a half hours of stage time at a single festival, but Phish never faltered throughout their three sets. For Phans, it was the best part of the weekend. However, for casual listeners and those unfamiliar with Phish’s jam band flavor, it was a decent opportunity to sit down and relax, or else not show up at all. Indeed, throughout the weekend, the general tone was less in anticipation of the final headliner and more unsure of who Phish was at all. That being said, those who showed up appeared happy they did, and Phish gained some new fans with their virtuosic performances. But it seems Bonnaroo 2019 sold out for the first time since 2013 not because Phish topped the bill, but despite it. Bonnaroo 2019, photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Leaving the Park: Again, just last year, Tyler Clark wondered, “Maybe there exists a future lineup that will please Bonnaroo fans past and present.” That future came to life in 2019, though it wasn’t perfect. Bonnaroo offered one of their best and most diverse lineups in recent years, but they continue to face a headliner problem. The times have changed. While the festival’s respect and devotion to roots were well-received, one has to wonder if a jam band will ever appeal to the majority of Bonnaroo’s 80,000 attendees again. That being said, 2019’s Roo finally got the ingredients right — a phenomenal celebration of music from hip-hop to rock and roll, Americana to EDM, and string bands to jam bands. They may just need to play around with the dosage in the future. As the successful four-day weekend has come to a close and campers are back on the road, it’s safe to say: Bonnaroo is risen. It just looks a lot different than it once did.