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Bonnaroo gates open Tuesday; ticket will-call pickup at Coffee County High School

Gates for the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival open on Tuesday, June 14 for select patrons who chose to enter on that date. Bonnaroo attendees will continue filtering into the festival grounds all week.

Meanwhile, ticket will-call pickup will be located at Coffee County Central High School from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, this includes will-call for people who purchased discounted local tickets through Thunder Radio.

This year’s attendance is expected to be about half of the normal capacity. According to event organizers with C3 Presents, this year’s attendance will be down versus the usual crowds that can reach around an estimated 100,000 strong.

Tickets do remain on sale for the event and those living in Coffee County can purchase tickets at a discounted rate through Thunder Radio.

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Local discounted tickets are available for $304.14 after service charges, fees and taxes. Four day GA parking passes are also available for $138.45. A GA car camping / parking pass is available for $81.71.

Different from past years, anyone wishing to purchase tickets through the local discount can do so from their own devices. There is no need to come to the Thunder Radio studio. In fact, there are no tickets available at the actual station.

To purchase your ticket, visit this Bonnaroo ticketing website by clicking here. Once on that local ticket website, use the promo code ROOLOCAL756 to get the local discount. If you have questions, email In order to receive the discounted price, purchaser must have a zip code within Coffee County. Anyone attempting to purchase outside the county will have their purchase cancelled. Limit 4 GA admission tickets per purchase.

The festival is set to be held Thursday, June 16, through Sunday, June 19.

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Headliners this year include Tool, J. Cole and Stevie Nicks.

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