The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has announced the lineup for its famed campgrounds and plazas. This year, the 20th-anniversary edition of Bonnaroo, the festival will take place Sept. 2–5, 2021 on the Bonnaroo Farm, located 60 miles southeast of Nashville in Manchester.
As previously announced, the artists slated to perform during the four-day event are Foo Fighters, Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Tyler The Creator, Lana Del Rey, Brittany Howard, Leon Bridges, Janelle Monae, My Morning Jacket, Breland, Niko Moon, and many more. The Grand Ole Opry featuring special guests will also return for this year’s 20th anniversary festival.
Bonnaroo’s communal areas, known as plazas, include shade, free public Wi-Fi, showers, activities, charging stations, Clean Vibes Trading Post redemption centers, cooling stations, medical, safety stations, information, and portable restrooms.
The 2021 Campground Plazas lineup features several returning favorites along with several new experiences:
Produced by iamsound, Bonnaroo’s new House of Love will host romantic activities like Lovesick Karaoke Happy Hour, interactive photo booth installations, and daily wedding ceremonies where attendees can get hitched by very special guests.
Plazas & Campgrounds
Sanctuary Of Self Love, curated by Paramore’s Hayley Williams in collaboration with iamsound and Conscious City Guide, will offer festival-goers a space to relax and rejuvenate themselves through the weekend. Featuring mindful movement practices, hairstyling by the Good Dye Young on-site hair salon, deep sound bath rituals, talks, and panel sessions offering powerful tools for mental clarity and personal transformation, the space will also include a healers village offering pre-booked one-on-one sessions spanning massage to aura photography and reiki.
Presented by Bacardi, the Where In The Woods stage will feature DJs and surprise headliners in a treehouse with a dance floor that features kaleidoscopic lights and sounds. New additions also include immersive cabanas and a conga line hosted by NPI and Puzzle.
Plaza 3 will feature House of Yes and Little Cinema bringing Brooklyn magic with epic spectacles, immersive movie screenings, circus shows, and all-night dance parties. House of Yes will also host Bonnaroo’s second annual Pride Parade, a celebration of diversity, sexuality, and humanity, presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka.
Plaza 5, located inside the Groop Camping area in the GA Campground and presented by iamsound, will include a space cowboy dive-bar called Galactic Giddy-Up which features groop and community-oriented games, activities, parties, mixers, and more, including catch competitions judged by celebrity guests, talent shows, battles of the bands, and line dancing. Galactic Giddy-Up will also include bathrooms, showers, shade and chill spaces, fans and misters, food and beverage vendors, charging stations, info booth, medical, security, and more.
Plaza 6 will include Killer Mike’s Swag Shop, showcasing a casual and artistic approach to self-care, offering good music, casual conversation, and a haircut.
Plaza 7 will freatue The Grove, a wooded oasis is filled with mythical creatures by Brett Douglas Hunter and live harp performances by Yomí That Harpist. Plaza 9’s VEEPS House will display exclusive, intimate performances from some of Bonnaroo 2021’s artist streamed live from the farm to the world.
The new Rootanical Garden invites fans to see the world through the lens of a bug as they wander into a maze garden while the newly revamped VIP Campground Plaza will feature air-conditioning, private bars, complimentary Wi-Fi, daily yoga classes, games, live video feeds of the festival performances, and other surprises.
Lastly, the newly revamped VIP Campground Plaza will feature air-conditioning, private bars, complimentary Wi-Fi, daily yoga classes, games, live video feeds of the festival performances, and some special surprises. The VIP Campground Plaza is available exclusively to VIP patrons.
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