In a recent blog post, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival announced several changes coming to the 2020 edition of the multi-genre festival. Among the changes are improvements to the campground entry process, stage renovations, and more.
The festival's second-largest stage, The Which Stage, will be getting updated production that organizers say will "generate a much higher rate of positivity radiation straight into your brain."
Previous attendees know that The Other Stage is dedicated to all things EDM. For next year's festival, they've announced longer hours of operation and increased production. "Bonnaroo’s home for electronic is now playing all night long until sunrise as well as adding more production, more fire, more lasers, and other surprises you’ll just have to see for yourself," they said.
To view the complete list of announcements, head over to their official website. Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2020 takes place on June 11th-14th 2020, at Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee. Tickets go on sale on November 29th, 2019 and can be purchased here.
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