Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Bonnaroo Early Bird Tickets On-Sale Dec. 4

Bonnaroo tickets go on sale this Thursday (Dec. 4) at noon, for the 2009 music and arts festival, which will be held on June 11-14, on the same 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee.

Note: the early bird ticket sale ends on Dec. 31, or when tickets sell out. There are only a limited number of these tickets.

Tickets are starting out at $209.50 plus the $23.10 ticket fee. After the early bird tickets are sold out, tickets will jump to $224.50, $234.50, and finally $249.50. All ticket prices have the same fee of $23.10, which includes a $6 facility fee, a $3 contribution to Coffee County, a $1 charity donation, and other service fees.

For those of you looking to spend a little at a time, they are once again offering a ticket payment plan. The only downside is, in the long run, you will be spending a little more money, but the fact that you have to pay a little at a time is quite tempting, that I think I may go with the payment plan option.

Here's how the payment plan will work:

Payment 1 (date of purchase) - $90.90, which includes all fees
Payment 2 (Feb. 10) - $50
Payment 3 (Mar. 3) - $50
Payment 4 (Apr. 7) - $50
Payment 5 (May 5) - $50

Take a virtual tour of the Bonnaroo farm (see what the farm looks like almost empty)

The lineup won't be out until late January/early February, but that doesn't mean the rumor mill is quiet this time of year. Some of the rumored bands include Phish, The Dead, AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Smashing Pumpkins.

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