Bonnaroo Reduces Camping Capacity Due To ‘Significant Rain’ From Ida
Full refunds are available through 8 p.m. CT today, Tuesday, August 31.
Bonnaroo organizers announced camping capacity at this weekend’s festival has been reduced “due to the expectation of significant rain on The Farm from Hurricane Ida.” Ticketholders who no longer want to attend the event can request a full refund through 8 p.m. CT today, Tuesday, August 31. Bonnaroo starts Thursday, September 2 at The Farm in Manchester, Tennessee and runs until Sunday, September 5.
The statement from The Bonnaroo Team doesn’t get into any specifics as to how much of the camping capacity will be cut but promises “additional updates as soon as possible.” Festivalgoers should receive an email from Front Gate Tickets detailing how to obtain refunds.
Read the full statement from Bonnaroo organizers below:
Due to the expectation of significant rain on The Farm from Hurricane Ida, and the knowledge that areas of our campgrounds will be rendered unusable, Mother Nature has forced us to reduce our camping capacity. We are offering a refund window so Bonnaroovians who no longer wish to attend can request full refunds across all ticket and accommodation types. The refund request window is open NOW and will end on Tuesday, August 31st, 2021 at 8 pm CT.
All current ticket holders will receive an email from Front Gate Tickets shortly with information on how to request a refund. Refunds will be processed within 7-10 days to the original method of payment.
The Bonnaroo Team is working around the clock and, just like you, watching the storm very closely. We will provide additional updates as soon as possible! There are low areas of The Farm that may be severely impacted by the rain. In order to ensure a safe & orderly Bonnaroo, we need to watch the storm overnight and evaluate the grounds tomorrow afternoon. Stay positive!!