• The Silent Auction for The Bonnaroo Works Fund

    The Silent Auction Tent will once again feature an incredible array of autographed guitars, Bonnaroo merchandise, unique band memorabilia, stunning photographs, entertainment experiences and more. The proceeds will be distributed to The Land Trust for Tennessee, Keep Coffee County Clean, Little Kids Rock, Headcount & Rock the Earth, so bid early and bid often!

    AUCTION PREVIEW: Thursday 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., come by and check out what we have in store!

    SILENT BIDDING: Friday and Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. Stop by and place some bids by writing your name, phone number & bid amount on the bid sheets of your choice.

    AUCTION CLOSING: BIDDING CLOSES AT 1:00p.m. Winning bidders must pick up and pay for their items between 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Sunday (we do take credit cards). You don’t need to be present when bidding closes at 1:00 p.m. to win, you just need to have the highest bid written on the bid sheet. Keep in mind that every year there are last-minute bidding wars for a few of the hottest items, so it may be worth stopping by a little before 1:00 p.m. to ensure your win. Please read the sign in the Silent Auction Tent for full bidding rules.

  • 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 are open 8:00am -3:00 am for all of your festival needs. The General Store in Centeroo is open from 10:00am- 10:00pm.

  • Centeroo Fountain and 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.