Bonnaroo has just announced that they will be enforcing a vaccine requirement ahead of this year’s festival, running Thursday, Sept. 2 through Sunday, Sept. 5. In order to attend the 2021 festival, patrons must present a full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result obtained within 72 hours of entering the property.
“Bonnaroo strongly encourages vaccination. The last day to receive the second shot of Moderna or Pfizer, or a single dose of Johnson and Johnson is Thursday, Aug. 19,” festival organizers shared on its website. “Bonnaroo requests that unvaccinated individuals wear a mask at all times while on The Farm.”
Upon arriving on the Bonnaroo farm, patrons will be required to receive a Health Check Wristband at any campground medical tent. These wristbands will allow entry into the festival for the entire duration of the event.
For attendees for forgot to receive a test, lost their vaccination card, or are outside of the 72-hour window, COVID-19 Rapid Anti-gen tests will be available at all Plaza Medical Tents for $40. If you test positive, a second complimentary test will be given for confirmation.
For anyone who tests positive upon arriving at the Bonnaroo farm, they will be notified of their test status, have their festival wristband removed, and will be provided with a pre-printed card with instructions on how to request a refund for their ticket. Additionally, any patrons who test positive before the festival or who are still in the 14-day isolation window will be eligible for a full ticket refund.
Bonnaroo will also require masks in any indoor spaces regardless of vaccination states, including the General Store, Plaza Barns, and all enclosed activations.
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