From the famous Bonnaroo Arch at the entrance to Centeroo to the always cool Bonnaroo Fountain, Bonnaroo is covered in colorful landmarks that change ever so slightly to keep things interesting from year to year.
Like the Bonnaroo Fountain and The Arch which are canvasses for expression and theme each year, the wall around Centeroo has been treated as a canvas for two dimensional artist expression of all kinds since the beginning of Bonnaroo. The Wall, like Bonnaroo itself, is an ever changing artistic effort that is propelled by both the participants and the many artists who contribute.
Bonnaroo Poster Art Exhibit
Following in the tradition of the inspired poster makers of the ’60s, Bonnaroo and The American Poster Institute join together to showcase the work of some of today’s most relevant poster makers. With clients including some of Bonnaroo’s biggest headlining bands from past and present, these designers, illustrators and professional magic-makers illuminate the gap between music and art in a stunning display of craft, technique and skill. Come check out the limited edition hand screen posters, chat with these select artists from all over the nation and even pick up a poster to remind you of the spectacular, unique experience that is The Roo. You can find the American Poster Institute right across from the official Merch tent in the Bonnaroo Market. Past artists include Methane Studios, Lil’ Tuffy, Furturtle, Status Serigraph, Powerhouse Factories, Dan Grzeca, and Boss Construction.
Bonnaroo Beacon On-Site Newspaper and Relix Magazine
We’re proud to welcome back our friends at Relix! Once again, they are publishing our official daily newspaper, the Bonnaroo Beacon. Make sure to pick up your copy each day (available at the Relix booth in Centeroo and at several points around the festival grounds) as it features schedules, artist interviews and updates from around the festival! Relix is also pleased to offer its annual special subscription deal for friends of Bonnaroo: Save more than 50 percent off the newsstand price and receive a free CD with all eight issues as you stay in touch with your favorite artists! Drop by the booth in Centeroo — your one stop shop for free swag and subscription deals.
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!
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 (see a list of them below!)
Nearby, Bonnaroo’s 20-foot lighted fountain provides a refreshing break in the Tennessee sun and a glowing source of eye candy at night.
2018 Craft (2019 update coming this spring)
Are you a vendor looking to sell at Bonnaroo? Applications are currently closed, but you can check out our information page for more details about future applications