- Bonnaroo Food
We’re bringing you next level eats for 2015!
Check out a full list of vendors and some extra-special food experiences at the link below. Download the mobile app for more info, including dietary restrictions!
- Hamageddon & BaconLand
Every bacon lover’s dream, BaconLand is the place for indulging in quality pork selections from around the country, so swing by for a Bacon Flight that’ll expand your taste and understanding of the other white meat. If pairing bacon is your thing, enjoy Alan Benton's Hickory Smoked Tennessee bacon on a BLT or Grilled Cheese Sandwich. New for 2015 is the Bacon Bun - Benton's bacon and rich maple syrup replace cinnamon in this decadent and delicious take on the classic cinnamon bun... Life is short. Eat the bacon.
Then with swine in hand, hop over to the hay bale seating around Henri The Pig, the fire-breathing ambassador of Hamageddon and romping good times. He's got a mind and body like a steel trap, an affinity for grilled cheese with bacon and (of course) he's into metal. \m/
- Gastropod Diner
Chef Jeremiah Bullfrog is back and bringing you Silent Disco Fever - the only cure is a burger! A classic menu of diner favorites have been updated Bonnaroo style and served as hot and fresh as the beats in your headphones. Whether you like your fries Silent or Disco, groove on over to the Silent Disco area and grab some grub at gastroPOD.
- Food Truck Oasis
Gourmet food trucks have been earning rave reviews, wide followings and a place at Bonnaroo. At our Food Truck Oasis, you’ll find some of the best from around the Southeast. We can promise some surprising (and surprisingly good) offerings.
- Broo'ers Festival
Featuring 25 different breweries from all over the U.S., this year’s Broo’ers Festival is once again prepared to offer a variety of beer and cider to fit all your fancies. Under one tent in the heart of Centeroo, you can enjoy hearty bocks, revitalizing pilsners, crisp pale ales, fruity ciders and more, offered up by world-renowned microbreweries including such favorites as Blue Moon, Lagunitas, Sierra Nevada, Starr Hill, SweetWater, Green Flash and Angry Orchard Hard Cider. In support of the emerging local craft brewing scene in Tennessee, we are proud to announce the addition of Bearded Iris to this year's Broo'ers lineup. They will represent TN along with Yazoo and Coffee County's very own Ole Shed Brewing.
We have continued to grow our Broo'ers University program, which offers festival goers a wide array of classes and discussions focused mainly on the art and awesomeness of beer. Special BrooU programming will now be featured on the Solar Stage each day, so don't miss it! And, stop by the Broo’ers Festival and BrooU early to enjoy our massive beer menu and begin to plan your days around our class schedule (Classes are offered at 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm and 5:30 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Come toss back a delicious beer or two while hanging out by our authentic wooden bars, hop vines, whiskey barrels, haystacks and our Oktoberfest-style outdoor patio that faces the Which Stage.
All this and more in 2015 at the Broo'ers Festival at Bonnaroo...Cheers!
- 100% Waste Free Planet Roo Cafe
Sit down, relax and enjoy a meal prepared by Crescent Foods in the Planet Roo Café. Showcasing the ideals that prevail in Planet Roo, the 100% waste free café features an array of healthy choices made with local and organic foods.