Dead body found in Bonnaroo clean-up

Police are awaiting autopsy results of man

Dead body found in Bonnaroo clean-up
A dead body has been discovered by the cleaning crew at the Bonnaroo Festival, which took place last weekend.

The body is a man in his 20s, and is thought to be from Alabama. He was found dead in a tent on Tuesday (June 16).

Police are awaiting the autopsy results, but Sheriff Steve Graves told The Tennessean that there were no signs of trauma. The man was last seen alive at 3pm on Monday.

As previously reported, Trent Reznor told the crowd during Nine Inch Nails’ set at the festival that the performance was their last-ever in the US.

Phish performed two nights over the three-day event, and were joined by Bruce Springsteen for one set. Springsteen also headlined one night of the festival.

--By our New York staff.
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