The 2020 edition of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has been postponed several months as the world continues with attempts to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19.

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The festival was originally scheduled to take place from June 11th–14th in Manchester, TN. According to a statement issued by Bonnaroo organizers, the festival has now been rescheduled to take place from September 24th–27th, 2020. Here’s hoping the festival can retain the many high-profile artists on its original lineup (including TOOLLizzoOysterheadTenacious DKing Gizzard & The Lizard WizardRun The JewelsTame Impala, Vampire Weekend, and many more) for the new dates.

Read the full postponement announcement from Bonnaroo organizers below:

A Word From Bonnaroo

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival will be rescheduled to take place September 24-27, 2020 out of an abundance of caution and for the health and safety of all Bonnaroovians, artists, staff and our community.

All current tickets and onsite accommodations (camping, tent rentals, RV, etc.) will be honored for the new weekend. Fans with off-site accommodations and shuttles purchased through the festival will be contacted directly with updates.

Rest assured, we will share updates as quickly as possible via email, our website, and on our social accounts.

Please continue to radiate positivity through this uncharted time in our world. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you on The Farm this fall.

– ❤️ Bonnaroo 

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The postponement of Bonnaroo marks the latest festival “domino” to fall in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. As events large and small throughout the spring season continue to be canceled and postponed in attempts to curb the spread of the virus, we are now seeing the fallout push further into the summer—which could prove to be the quietest summer in recent memory.