Themed Community Camps

Located right next to Groop Camping, Community Camping gives you the opportunity to connect with your neighbors during your time on The Farm for a truly meaningful experience. Enjoy activities and experiences within your camp that are geared especially towards your community or theme. Much like Groop Camping, you will also have advanced knowledge of where you’ll be camping (close to Plaza 6 & 7) with easy access to Centeroo, and the ability to live near any friends of yours who also join the camp, without the pressure of arriving together.

Family Camping & Soberoo are free to join for the people who need them, while the other camps (Solo Roo’ers & SheROO) cost $50 per person to join – similar to Groop Camping. If you are bringing a car, you will still need a separate Community Car Camping Pass, so please consider carpooling (if you are not bringing a car, then all you need to do is pay your Community Camp’s fee). We’ll help you connect with your campmates in advance of the festival if you’d like to explore carpooling with new friends. All of the funds gathered from Community Camping registration go towards the camp’s activities, common areas, and more.

The deadline to register for community camps will be Friday, May 31st.


Solo Roo’ers Camp

Don’t have a crew coming to Roo? No problem!

Coming alone? No problem! The Farm is full of friends you simply haven’t met yet, and we want to make solo Roo’ing as easy – and fun – as possible. At this camp you can get to know other solo Roo’ers, have an awesome spot to camp near other Community Camps, and have a positively outrageous (and safe) experience on The Farm.

Solo Roo’ers 2019 costs $50 to join (same as Groop Camping), but if you are bringing a car you will need to purchase a separate “solo roo Car Camping Pass” as well.



The deadline to register for SheROO will be Friday, May 31st.


SheROO: A Camp For Women & Gender Non-Binary Bonnaroovians

by MOTHERSHIP

SheROO is a camping experience for an inclusive community of Woman and non-binary identified Bonnaroovians, who would like to live alongside one another at the festival. SheROO is a space to retreat during your festival experience, a place you can relax with other women, make friends, and partake in new women-centered experiences that you can’t find anywhere else.

This year, the camp will again be hosted by MOTHERSHIP, who produce their own annual women’s festival in Coachella California. With Mothership at the helm, SheROO will be full of activities and offerings uniquely tailored to Bonnaroovian women – our playful spirit, love of music, and positive drive to empower one another.

Some of this year’s activities & experiences include:

  • Magical Murals, interactive art, and a special cozy space for the SheROO community to gather and unite!
  • ‘How do You Roo?’ Ice Breaker. Get to know your fellow SheROO community.
  • Aphrodite Meditation. A guided mediation on life, love and inner strength for women.
  • Glitter & Body Adornment Station. Come get sparkly before hitting the stages, we’re here to make you shine. Poetry Reading followed by Writing Workshop
  • Reiki Healing Workshop
  • SheROO Community Meetup. As Cardi B Says, “I’m livin’ my best life”. Meetup with your fellow SheROO Community for a group outing to see this queen in action.
  • Panel Diuscussion: ‘Casually Killin’ It’ – Women in Music. A diverse panel of women dominating in the musical space. Learn about unique careers in the music industry. From singers & songwriters to the folks who run everything behind the scenes. We’ll speak to navigating the ups and downs of various careers in music and how to get involved.
  • Self Defense Class
  • And more to come!

SheROO costs $50 to join. Please note that if you are bringing a car, you will also need a separate Car Camping pass (we encourage you to carpool!)




The deadline to register for SheROO will be Friday, May 31st.

Stay tuned for more details around programming, workshops and more within the SheROO Camp.






Soberoo

Fans seeking a substance-free ‘Roo can live alongside like-minded Bonnaroovians in the Soberoo Community Camp. Soberoo* is a group of passionate music lovers who choose to remain clean and sober at Bonnaroo.

Fans can join the Soberoo Community Camp by signing up in advance to reserve a spot. The Soberoo Community Camping area is located in the General Admission Campgrounds, so fans must have a REGULAR Bonnaroo Car Camping Pass (not a specific “community” car camping pass like sheroo or solo rooers) to bring a vehicle into the designated Soberoo area. There is no additional cost to camp in this area beyond the normal Car Camping Pass. When you arrive at Bonnaroo, let the Tollbooth staff know you are a part of the Soberoo Community Camp and they will mark your vehicle to help parking staff direct you to Soberoo Community Camping area.

Email soberoo@bonnaroo.com to register to camp in the Soberoo Community Camping area at Bonnaroo. The deadline to register will be May 31, 2019.. This camp is free to join, but space is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. You must register in advance to join.





*Soberoo is not affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or any other 12-Step programs. Soberoo makes no judgment on others’ decisions related to drugs and alcohol, neither condemning nor condoning their use. Soberoo is simply liked-minded music fans who gather to offer support and traction in what might otherwise be a slippery environment. Soberoo holds daily meetings at the festival multiple times throughout each day.


Family Camping

Family Camping has always been a part of the Bonnaroo community. This year we want to invite families who want to camp in a chill, family-friendly environment to sign-up in advance to participate.

The Family Camping area is located in the General Admission Campgrounds, so fans must have a REGULAR Bonnaroo Car Camping Pass (i.e. not a “community” car camping pass like solo roo or SheROO) to bring a vehicle into the designated Family Camping area. There is no additional cost to camp in this area beyond the Camping Pass. When you arrive at Bonnaroo, let the Tollbooth staff know you are in Family Camping and they will mark your vehicle to help parking staff direct you to the Family Camping area.

Please email FamilyCamping@Bonnaroo.com to register to camp in the Family Camping area at Bonnaroo. The deadline to register will be May 31, 2019.


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