Meet Queen Andrea, currently helping to paint Bonnaroo

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Queen Andrea standing in front of a massive water feature currently painted bright white as a base coat for her soon to be colorful design.

While touring the Bonnaroo grounds on Thursday to see how the set-up process is turning out, News Radio WGNS met Queen Andrea. You are probably scratching your head thinking, "She is not really a queen is she?"

While Andrea von Bujdoss is not actually royalty, she is known as the queen of graffiti. Because of her artwork, she is called Queen Andrea. Evidenlty, the graphic designer from New York, learned from some of the most prolific old school graffiti writers in our era.

The New York based artist was chosen to design and paint a massive water feature on the 700-acres that make up Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee. Her design, complete with black lights at night, will be in the round watering basin where concert goers will cool off during the heat of the event which takes place June 11th through the 14th. As for the design... We decided to keep the photos in black and white to keep you guessing, you will have to see the real thing in person.

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Each year, the festival brings in about 100,000 visitors from as far away as Japan and as close as Nashville. This year, some of the big names include Billy Joel, Mumford and Sons, Ben Folds and even Slayer.

Bonnaroo sits on a site since that it was founded on in 2002. The festival has been widely praised as one of the best music festivals in the world and features more than 100 performers over four days.

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