Bonnaroo announces Concerts on the Farm series

Limited series features four artists over two weekends

Bonnaroo has announced a limited socially distant concert series, Concerts On The Farm, that will keep fans entertained until the flagship festival returns in September in Manchester, TN.

The event kicks off May 28th with Billy Strings. Jon Pardi and Jameson Rodgers follows on May 29th with The Avett Brothers performing three shows from July 2-4.

Each show will be an in-person, socially distanced event. Tickets are sold in four person “pods.” Unlike its annual counterpart, camping accommodations are not available at the The Bonnaroo Farm. Tickets are available on Friday (March 18th).

The original Bonnaroo will celebrate its 20th anniversary when it returns September 2-5. The annual festival, which was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, will feature 175 artists performing over four days. Further details, including the lineup, will be announced at a later date.

The event had officially sold out of all four-day general admission, elevated general admission, and VIP tickets, upon going on sale last February. This marks the earliest sell out in the festival’s 19 year history.

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