Notable Performances and Activities
Bonnaroo has made itself a staple among the best music festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza. USA Today has referred to the event as “The culmination of a musical movement.” It is sold-out nearly every year and has become known for historical performances comparable to the Woodstock Music & Art Fair or the Monterey International Pop Music Festival. In 2009, three years before the death of Adam Yauch, The Beastie Boys made their final performance. In 2012, D’Angelo marked his return after a twelve-year performance hiatus with a surprise showing. In 2014, Bobby Womack gave his final performance before passing way soon after.
The Bonnaroo Music and Arts festival also has a wide range of activities for visitors. They take place all throughout the week in multiple tents. Some of the tents include the Silent Disco Tent, the Comedy Tent, the Cinema Tent, and the Broo’ers Festival Tent. Additionally, the subgroup, Planet Roo, offers a variety of non-profit organizations seeking to share information on healthy lifestyle choices and resource conservation.
Buying Tickets to Bonnaroo
Since their very first event, Bonnaroo has sold its tickets faster than you can say “Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.” If you want to attend the widely beloved Tennessee event, you need to be on the ball. We at SeatRetriever are here to help. SeatRetriever makes it easy to buy your Bonnaroo tickets, for the best prices, before they are all gone.
There are six ticket tiers. Each tier represents a different price-point with limited quantities. When one tier is sold out, the tickets get more expensive. Nonetheless, the prices are fair given the quality of the four-day event featuring over 150 performances. Make sure to get yours today!
Bonnaroo is a densely packed event with plenty to see, do, and hear. There is a large number of area venues with interesting titles including Centeroo, What Stage, Which Stage, This Tent and That Tent, The Other, and Who Stage. When strolling around the event’s locale, you’ll encounter craftsmen and artisans selling artsy products, food and drink vendors, and the many activity tents.
The festival takes place in Manchester, Tennessee, where there is a range of hotels nearby, but there are also a variety of camping options. Car and RV camping is the most popular option. You’ll need a Car Camping Pass or a Day Parking Pass, and you’ll have access to a small plot. There is also Le Bon Tents for rent. It’s only fifty dollars a night, and it provides a colorful tent, two sleeping bags, and two air mattresses. There are also Groop & Themed Community Camps where twenty-four or more people can bunk together. There are shuttles to and from hotels and the nearby Nashville airport.
The suggested pack list includes a cooler with water jugs and bottles, lanterns or flashlights, camping chairs or tables, rain gear, warm clothes for the chilly evenings, bug spray, sunscreen, sunglasses, and earplugs if you’re camping.
The Bonnaroo Experience
Experience the exciting and inviting atmosphere of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. See what past attendees and reviews have been raving about year after year. The four-day event is sure to feature many of your favorite artists performing at their peak.
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