Another year back on the farm, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival kicks off its diverse event featuring environmentally conscious musicians and vendors in Manchester, Tenn.
Bonnaroo will host its first ever pride parade Saturday 4:30 to 6 p.m. DJ sets and fun surprises are a commonality at Bonnaroo, including the famous, most heard question "where are we going to see Chance The Rapper this year?"
Artist kindly compete for the memorable sets. Space Jesus at The Other Tent is no exception. Dance party to the max with a crowd flowing all directions including to rapper Saba at That Tent. You can get with this, or that, or other, it seems when asking who is where at Bonnaroo's multi-stage platform festival including Who and the main stages: Which and What.
Yet, the party doesn't stop on the school. Many events include plaza activities outside Center Too. More than 200 events, plaza seven on Saturday at 6:15 p.m. Katie Schecter performs with very special guest Travis Goodwin, of Bowling Green, part of Lightening 100 Tailgating.
Partners of Bonnaroo to continue supporting the creativity of the community and social good endeavors are: Bacardi, PayPal, StateFarm, Google Pixel, Oasics, Baarefoot, Durex, Totino's Nature Valley, Old El Paso, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Core, 4Ocean, Tinder, Lodge, Uber, Olmeca Altos, Tito's Handmade Vodka, White Claw Hard Seltzer, Collisions, ECO Products, Bell's Inspired Brewing, Elysian Brewing, crazy Mountain, Real, Relix, Jambands.Com, Fader, Jam Base Go Se Live Music.
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival continues through Sunday, June 16. Somewhere near the top of Bonnaroo to-do list is "change the world," so part of every ticket goes to support non-profits benefitting the arts, education, sustainability, and social significance.