Highlights From Bonnaroo 2012

[caption id="attachment_42720" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="The Beach Boys perform at Bonnaroo, June 10, 2012. Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic"][/caption]

This past weekend, the 11th annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival brought together the likes of Radiohead, Skrillex, the Roots, a reunited Beach Boys, and a hodgepodge of other genre-spanning acts for four days of performances in Manchester, Tennessee. Here’s highlights from this year's festival.

In his first U.S. appearance in 12 years, D’Angelo was Questlove’s surprise guest during this year’s Superjam session, joining him onstage for an hour and opening with Jimi Hendrix’s “Have You Ever Been (to Electric Ladyland).” [MTV]

GZA, the Roots, Das Racist and Grupo Fantasma performed all of GZA's Liquid Swords. Together. [MTV]

The Roots sent out an early tribute to the late Adam “MCA” Yauch with a soul-funk take on Beastie Boys’ “Paul Revere.” [Spinner]

Other MCA tributes included Major Lazer spinning “Intergalatic” during their set and Skrillex putting his wub-stamp on “Sabotage.” [Billboard]

The Red Hot Chili Peppers suffered from low volume. [SPIN]

Alice Cooper hopped aboard the ironic-cover bandwagon, covering Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” [Guitar World]

Glenn Danzig got physical with a photographer who was trying to snap his picture. [Loud Wire]

The end of Radiohead’s set was thrown into question when Jonny Greenwood sliced his hand while tearing through “Bodysnatchers” during the first set of their encore, but Greenwood finished strong. [Billboard]

The bigger news surrounding Radiohead’s performance, though, is a forthcoming collaboration with Jack White, which Thom Yorke teased at during their set. [Billboard]