The Feb. 18 ticket onsale was suspended because of overwhelming demand and technical problems. Fans will get another chance to buy tickets this Saturday, Feb. 25 at 12 p.m. EST. On-site RV rentals, on-site tent rentals, group camping, hotels, travel packages and more will also be available.
An announcement from the folks behind Bonnaroo, titled “All Systems Go!,” assured fans that the technical problem has been identified and corrected.
“Because of all of the frustration and confusion, we are allocating additional tickets at Price Level 4 – even though tickets at both Level 3 and Level 4 sold out quickly last week before the problems surfaced – to ensure the quickest among you will still have an opportunity to purchase at the Level 4 price.
“We’re very sorry for the hassle and inconvenience of all of this. It certainly has been a pain, and we appreciate your patience and understanding. We’re very excited about this year’s Bonnaroo and look forward to seeing you down on the farm in Tennessee!”
Four-day general admission tickets at price level 4 are $244.50 plus applicable fees. Once the allotment of level 4 tickets run out, tickets at price level 5 will be available for $259.50 plus applicable fees.
Fans who prefer to pay for their tickets a bit at a time will be happy to hear that the five-payment plan will be available for orders purchased between Feb. 18 and this Sunday, Feb. 26 at 11:59 p.m. EST. The price of a four-day general admission ticket is broken up into five payments of $52 plus applicable service fees.The five-payment plan schedule will remain the same and the first payment due at purchase is $81.90 plus shipping fees (all other service fees are included).
The four-payment plan and three-payment plan windows and payment schedules will remain the same. The four-payment purchase window is for tickets purchased between Feb. 27 and March 30. The three-payment purchase window is for tickets purchased between March 31 and April 27. Payment plan tickets are available while supplies last.
Bonnaroo takes place June 7-10 on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tenn., about 65 miles southeast of Nashville. The 2012 lineup features over 150 performances and 10+ stages including sets from Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish, The Beach Boys, Bon Iver, The Avett Brothers, The Shins, Foster The People and Skrillex.
For more information click here for Bonnaroo Festival’s website.