Bonfire (disambiguation)

Bonfire (disambiguation)

Bonfire may refer to:
*Bonfire, a large controlled outdoor fire made from bales of straw or wood
*Bonfire (band), the German heavy metal band
*Bonfire (album), the 5 disc box set by the Australian band AC/DC

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