RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS among the headliners at the 2024 BONNAROO MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS have been confirmed as one of the headliners for this year’s edition of Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festivalwhich will be held June 13-16, 2024 at Bonnaroo Farm, located just 60 miles southeast of Nashville in Manchester, Tennessee. Bonnaroo 2024 as always will host a spectacular line-up of top artists performing around the clock on more than 10 unique stages during the four-day festival, with live music and much more at night and early morning with special sunsets. The full one Bonnaroo 2024 the lineup is on the poster below.

For the first time in Bonnaroo history, the stage of what (Bonnaroomain stage of) will step up for a special Thursday night headline set that will feature an amazing performance by NICE LIGHTSwho will also perform a second Sunrise on The Other Stage over the weekend. Bonnaroo is also excited to announce that Sunday night will mark the only US festival appearance by FRED AGAIN.. in 2024

Bonnaroo 2024 will be further highlighted by a very special edition of the festival’s world famous SuperJam. Set for Saturday 15th June at That Tent, 2024’s star collaboration will be ‘Once More With Feeling(s) – The Dashboard Confessional Emo SuperJam’, with performances from special guests both announced and unannounced, ensuring this year’s session as a must-see celebration of community, showmanship and an unparalleled musical adventure. Additional lineup announcements — including plans for the magical “Where In The Woods” stage as well as late-night showcase performances — will be revealed soon.

The presale begins Thursday, January 11 at 10am (CT) and fans can sign up now for a presale password exclusively through www.bonnaroo.com/tickets. A public sale will follow if there are any tickets left. Ticket options for 2024 include 4-Day General Admission, 4-Day GA+, 4-Day VIP, 4-Day Platinum, along with a variety of camping and parking options starting from just $25 down with a payment plan.

BonnarooGeneral admission tickets include over 150 shows on more than 10 stages, access to the entire campsite, food for purchase from over 150 vendors (including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options), bars, concessions, access to purchase official band and festival merchandise, free water stations and more amenities at the park and campground. GA+ tickets include all of the above, along with unlimited access to the Centeroo GA+ Lounge, with relaxed seating, specialty food for purchase, air-conditioned restrooms and a concierge to assist with all festival needs; private bar with drinks for purchase plus complimentary soft drinks; free water refill station; special premium entrance lane at both gates to Centeroo etc. VIP and Platinum guests will enjoy an additional number of exclusive enhancements, including special up-close and field viewing areas; unlimited access to VIP and Platinum lounges; express lanes in the Festival Store, commemorative festival gifts and much more.

A wide range of camping and parking options will be available at Outeroo, the campsites of Bonnaroo, including primitive car camping, glamping, RVs, backcountry camping, accessible people camping, group camping, community camping and more. Premium Outeroo Camping Accommodations include pre-pitched souvenir tents, cool and comfortable dark tents, weatherproof luxury bell tents and spacious 2-person timber frame safari tents for the ultimate Bonnaroo camping experience. 4-day on-site parking will be available to non-camping ticket holders, with car park passes providing one parking space in the Cosmic Nomads day car park.

Bonnaroo has maintained a unique commitment to local and regional issues since the festival’s inception. Founded in 2009 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Bonnaroo Works Fund (BWF) contributes to more than 100 local, regional and national nonprofit partners that benefit the arts, education, environmental sustainability and social impact, with a direct focus on local reinvestment and asset building. To date, nearly $10 million in funding has been generated, providing much-needed local support for Middle Tennessee, specifically the communities of Manchester and Coffey County.

This week, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival released its latest economic impact study, which revealed the 2023 event contributed $339.8 million to the regional economy, including more than $5.1 million in tax revenue for the region. For more than two decades, Bonnaroo remains one of the most unique and special festival experiences in the country, providing lineups featuring the best acts in music along with round-the-clock attractions and activities, all set on a beautiful 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee.

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is generously supported by Crown, PayPal, Venmo and Verizon.

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