Bonnaroo 2011 what are the different price levels
The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Bonnaroo 2011 is a four day, music and camping festival. There are four stages that has an outstanding lineup of many different styles of music from rock and roll, jazz, and hip hop to name a few. Besides the music there are many other attractions to see such as a comedy club, arcade, cinema, and beer festival. The festival is located at a 700 acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Bonnaroo is an annual festival that happens every June. This year the dates are Thursday June 9, 2011 to Sunday June 12, 2011.
Many articles have been written about previous years Bonnaroo festival. The Rolling Stone, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal have had some interesting articles about the festival.
If you plan to go have fun and enjoy the festival!
If you have been to Bonnaroo in previous years please leave a comment.
What was your experience at Bonnaroo?
Bonnaroo offers many different options for purchasing tickets, each ticket is for the four days ranging from $209.50 to 249.50; prices include tickets and parking. Larger vehicles like RV’s require an upgrade pass. Price Level one is already sold out and price level 2 and 3 are limited quantities. General admission tickets are also available for $23.10. Kids of all ages are welcome; children 6 and older are required to have a ticket
Bonnaroo 2011 Lineup Video featuring Conan O'Brien
Bonaroo 2011 Lineup
Eminem • Arcade Fire • Widespread Panic • The Black Keys • Buffalo Springfield feat Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale • My Morning Jacket • Lil Wayne • String Cheese Incident • Robert Plant & Band of Joy • Mumford & Sons • The Strokes • The Decemberists • Ray Lamontagne • Bassnectar • Iron & Wine • Girl Talk • Primus • Dr. John and The Original Meters performing Desitively Bonnaroo • Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas • Pretty Lights • Florence + the Machine • SuperJam featuring Dan Auerbach and Dr. John • Explosions in the Sky • STS9 • Gogol Bordello • Beirut • Big Boi • Scissor Sisters • Gregg Allman • Ratatat • Robyn • Warren Haynes Band • & Many More!
Lineup for Bonnaroo is subject to change.
There is plenty of on-site camping for both RV’s and tents. Both are available for rent as well. While camping at Bannaroo is the most popular wat to experience the event it has several options as well. In addition to the traditional camping family campsites are available for families of smaller children. Another option is a limited camping only area where no vehicles are allowed.
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