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Bonnaroo 2020 is officially cancelled. This cancellation doesn't come as much as a surprise with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The festival originally moved its June dates to September, but now, the festival is cancelled altogether.



2020 Cancellation

The long-running Bonnaroo festival has scheduled it's 2021 dates June 17th through the 20th. Ticket holders for this year's festival can roll their tickets over to next year's event or receive refunds for tickets and accommodations.

Don't fret, Bonnaroo also announced a virtual festival from September 24-27th. Those who chose to roll over their tickets to 2021 will be able to access this virtual experience for free.

Their website offers more information on how to attend the virtual festival. Don't miss out on all the fun!

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