Bonnaroo organizers have announced Concerts On the Farm, a new concert series launching in May.
Billy Strings will kick off the series with a performance at the Farm in Tennessee on May 28. The following evening (May 29), Jon Pardi will perform with special guest Jameson Rodgers. Concerts on the Farm will also feature three nights with The Avett Brothers July 2-4.
“The soundtrack of America is made in Tennessee, and I can’t think of a better place to celebrate the return of live music than at the Bonnaroo Farm,” said Tennessee Department of Tourist Development commissioner Mark Ezell in a release. “We’re ready to see our stages and venues full again, and artists back on the road doing what they love. We know music fans are ready as well, and Concerts On the Farm’s approach to delivering live music in a responsible environment will set the bar high for future events.”
Concerts On the Farm will be limited in capacity to allow for social distancing. Tickets will be sold in groups of four, and will provide access to an 8’ x 8’ pod, with pods arranged to allow 6 feet of distance between groups. Fans are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets to create their own comfortable space within their pod. Concessions and merchandise will be available on-site through mobile ordering.
Masks will be required for all attendees when moving around the venue, but may be removed while inside their own reserved seating area. Organizers will continue to monitor local health guidelines in order to keep both attendees and staff safe.
Tickets for Concerts On the Farm will go on sale at 11 a.m. ET Friday (March 19), via BonnarooFarm.com, with $1 from each ticket benefiting the Bonnaroo Works Fund. Ticket packages start at $225 and go to $450. Select events will also be streamed on Veeps.
See the announcement below: