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It's official! The 8th Annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is now confirmed for June 11- 14, 2009. The four-day music and camping festival will once again be held on our beautiful, 700-acre farm in Manchester, TN, 60 miles southeast of Nashville.

We'll be announcing our spectacular 2009 line up and more in late January/early February. Stay tuned to www.bonnaroo.com and look for our email announcements for all upcoming festival information and more. We're looking forward to seeing everyone down on the farm in Manchester for yet another unforgettable Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival!


In celebration of the holiday season, beginning this Thursday, December 4th at 12:00 PM eastern, we will offer a festive holiday pre-sale for all 2009 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival tickets.

Pre-sale ends on December 31st, so take advantage while you can and give the gift of Bonnaroo this season! Visit www.bonnaroo.com for more information.


That's right kids. Get your GA tickets in 5 easy payments of $50.00 plus applicable fees or a pair of VIP tickets in 5 payments of $285.00 plus applicable fees exclusively through our holiday pre-sale. Visit www.bonnaroo.com for more information.

crazy lewis
lewis black Our good friend Lewis Black was just as excited as us about this news, so he made a video to tell you all about it. Click here to check it out - only at bonnaroo.com!


Anyone else planning to purchase presale tickets this month?
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pallanistj

December 2 2008, 21:30:05 UTC 8 years ago Edited:  December 2 2008, 21:30:18 UTC

Nah. Last year was my least favorite Bonnaroo, and with tickets costing even more this year - I am going to wait for the line-up. Unless it is significantly better than any other festival I will likely not attend Bonnaroo in 09. I will miss it, but I don't think it is the same festival it used to be.

Although with this weary Michigan weather right now I'd pay just about anything to be back down in Manchester.
I wish - but I just found out I'll be travelling for work then anyhow. BOOOO.
I'm not paying till I see the lineup. :)
this!
Yeah, I gotta see the lineup. Even though I more or less swore I'd go again this year, I just have to make sure.
Bonnaboo.
My wife has declared "VIP or Nothing", so the lineup is going to have to be damn good to justify the spike in VIP ticket prices.
why vip!? roughin' it is sooo the way to go! :P
1. Guaranteed a good camping spot.
2. Enough room for two 10x10 EZ-up canopies.
3. Free hot buffet.
4. Free t-shirt and poster.
5. Free hot showers.
6. Free air-conditioned bathrooms.
7. Can listen to What Stage from our tent.
8. We get to skip that ridiculous line to get on-site.
9. Leaving early (we usually have to work on that Monday, so we leave around sunset on Sunday) is no problem.
10. The price of a VIP ticket tends to keep out most of the riff-raff that are apt to do things like steal stuff from campsites.
yeah i know all those nice things, but i just think getting all dirty and hungry and hot and sweaty is part of the fun of festivals! haha :P
Hah ... We still get dirty, hungry, hot, and sweaty. We just do it with nicer amenities. :)
It's strange to call all those things free when you're paying so much for them.
word son!
i live in coachella, ca. no bonnaroo for me, unless the lineup is amazing... and i doubt it.
Incubus or I'm not going.