3. Daryl Hall and Chromeo
The fest's most unlikely cross-generational pair produced one of Friday's most memorable performances, ably drawing a festive crowd despite going on opposite the Black Keys and the Flaming Lips (maybe the fest's most difficult decision). But this was an absolutely joyous throwback throwdown - no one had a better time at Bonnaroo than Hall, P-Thugg and Dave 1. The set alternated between Chromeo tunes and Hall & Oates chestnuts. Pick a highlight: the mass hand-clapping through "Private Eyes," the turning of "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" into an extensive jammy workout befitting Bonnaroo, or the barnstorming encore of "You Make My Dreams."