After two years, one of Americas’s most beloved music festivals is slated for a comeback.
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is set to return June 16-19 in Manchester, TN. Hopefully this time around, the festival isn’t delayed or shut down for any uncontrollable reasons.
Bonnaroo was postponed in 2020 at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as 2021’s fest was also pushed off due to drastic flooding and other unfortunate outcomes caused by Hurricane Ida.
With two years worth of music to make up for, this year’s festival is looking like Bonnaroo’s best yet. The festival will contain 10 stages and countless superstar artists from a variety of genres. Some notable acts are J. Cole, 21 Savage, MGK, Roddy Ricch, and many more.
Prior to its cancellation in 2021, the festival required proof of vaccine or a negative test result within 72 hours. However, for this year’s upcoming festival, Bonnaroo has not yet released its COVID-19 policies. Be vigilant for new rules and regulations so you can plan your trip accordingly.
Tickets go on sale at Noon CT on Thursday, Jan. 13 You can visit their website http://bonnaroo.com for price details and information.