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Manchester BOMA votes to annex Bonnaroo property

Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to annex property owned by New Era Farms into the city – better known as Bonnaroo property.

Bonnaroo officials approached city officials earlier this year with the request to have their property annexed into the city – meaning the large swath of land that hosts the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival every year and will soon host a “Concerts on the Farm” series will now be within the city limits. Previously, the land was considered outside the city.

The board voted 5-0 to annex. Roxanne Patton was absent from the meeting.

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The annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival will take place Sept. 2-5 in 2021.

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