Labor Day Weekend 2021 at Bonnaroo!
After several revisions the Bonnaroo 2021 full lineup is set for Labor Day weekend. One of the most notable and probably welcoming revisions for returning Bonnaroovians is the construction of a new Arch! Crazy to think about the modifications Bonnaroo has taken over the past few years especially with the year break due to the pandemic.
Thanks to Bonnaroo, iEDM had the luxury of Raving on The Farm for the most recent Bonnaroo (2019). The weather was amazing compared to the blazing Tennessee summer heat of previous years. Possibly the last days of Kalliope at Bonnaroo. This year the festival will take place in September instead of June. From Arch to Squarch now back to Arch people will finally reunite with high fives under a new, bigger, and more stable Arch.
Another major production adjustment, no Kalliope at Bonnaroo 2021. The Other Stage will go all night in the abscence of Kalliope. With the missing late night stage, The Other just got more foot traffic by default. Interested to see the boost in production with the added attention to The Other Stage.
Camping will also look a little different this year. Tent only camping has been relocated farther away from Centeroo. Assigned entry dates are in place to help expedite arrivals. Now car campers are allowed to arrive as early as Tuesday with the proper tickets. The earlier you arrive, the closer to Centeroo your campsite will be placed. Yes the grounds are a stretch to explore but this year will have shuttles to help lighten the travels!
Can't forget about the music! The lineup has seen changes as well considering the time lapse since the 2020 lineup announcement. Grand Ole Opry (featuring Special Guests), Foo Fighters, Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Tyler, The Creator, and Rufus Du Sol will be the headlining acts of Bonnaroo 2021 as of this moment. The Other Stage will be pulsating with vibes from EDM acts for ravers of all kinds.