- #RooShoes Outfitter by Teva
Get your very own, custom #RooShoes from Teva! Head to the Grind Coffeehouse in Pod 7, or the #RooShoes Outfitter by Teva in Centeroo to pick up your limited edition Bonnaroo sandals + DIY kit. Each kit comes with all the patches, studs, gems and thread you need to make your sandals one of a kind.
- The Silent Auction for The Bonnaroo Works Fund
The Bonnaroo Works Community Center will again feature a Silent Auction during the festival, with a diverse offering of artist-signed memorabilia, guitars, Bonnaroo merchandise, stunning photographs, entertainment experiences and much more. All funds benefit the Bonnaroo Works Fund charities.
Bonnaroo Works Fund is the charitable division of Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. BWF supports national and local organizations that advance the arts, education and environmental causes – with a focus on sustainability and local reinvestment in the areas where we work, live and play. The Bonnaroo Works Fund has provided over $7 million to over 100 well-vetted, deserving causes.
Check your festival map for the Bonnaroo Works Fund Community Center's location and stay tuned for a schedule for auction previews and bidding!
- The Bonnaroo General Stores
Forget something? Drop by one of the Bonnaroo General Stores to stock up on everything you will need for a successful stay on the farm. The General Store in the campgrounds is open 8:00am - 3:00am for all of your festival needs. The General Store in Centeroo is open from 10:00am - 10:00pm.
- Centeroo Market
As usual, Bonnaroo will offer some of the best shopping this side of the Mississippi. This year, we’re bringing a new assortment of quality craftsman and artisans, vendors and official festival and artist merchandise. Our friends at Relix magazine are back so don’t forget to drop by and hear about their special subscription deals. Nearby, Bonnaroo’s 20-foot lighted fountain provides a refreshing break in the Tennessee sun and a glowing source of eye candy at night.