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"It was so magical, a real coming-of-age experience, where you listen to the music, lose yourself and become unhinged," she recalled Sunday afternoon. "We camped (in 2004), but we didn't have camping passes, so we slept on the grass and in our cars. At the time, I thought: 'I want to play (at) this festival.' This is so different now, being on the other side of it."