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The What Stage was the setting at Bonnaroo on Sunday afternoon, and the opening act for it was the duo out of Columbus, Ohio – Twenty One Pilots. The crowd filled into the field and waited for hits like "Ride," "Stressed Out," and "Fairly Local" which were just a few that filled the airwaves and thrilled the fans.

They have a name that may sound strange, but it's one with a deep history and some serious meaning. Twenty One Pilots' name goes back to World War II to represent a long-time standing of honor and bravery.

Back in mid-Mary, the newest album "Blurryface" from Twenty-One Pilots dropped and they were sure to give the fans some of their newest stuff. Their poetry-based songs taught the fans at Bonnaroo some lessons, but didn't stop them from showing why they are well on their way to stardom.

See more Bonnaroo photos here