The 2018 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will get a taste of northwest OH music this summer, when Waterville indie/folk band Oliver Hazard joins the line up of the Tennessee-based festival in June.
While many guests will want to only see what Bonnaroo has to offer for a single day, the best way to really get in touch with the community of music lovers is to stay for the entire four-day festival.
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Ticket sales for Bonnaroo go on sale on Friday, Jan. 12 at 10a.m. EST. For the first time, the communal areas (formerly known as pods) will be called Plazas, each including shade, free public WiFi, showers, fun activities and art, charging stations, Clean Vibes Trading Post redemption centers, misting stations, medical, safety stations, information and portable restrooms.
A complete lineup may be found at www.bonnaroo.com.
A staple of the Bonnaroo late-night experience, Kalliope offers nonstop DJs into the early-morning hours. Still, with more than 65,000 tickets sold, 2017 was the third-worst year for the festival since its inception, according to the Tennessean. The fire-assisted Kalliope stage will also be returning. After announcing headlining appearances at Coachella, Governors Ball, and Boston Calling, Slim Shady has been added to the Bonnaroo lineup.