After a turbulent couple of days with Hurrican Ida and capacity concerns, Bonnaroo 2021 is officially canceled. This cancellation is caused due to the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Deeming the campgrounds “waterlogged” and therefore unusable.
It’s sad to see the beloved festival join the rest of this year’s canceled festivals. But, after their initial announcement of reduced camping capacity and offering refunds, it was only a matter of time. Bonnaroo tried its best to host its festival-goers in safe conditions by delaying camping arrival until Wednesday, but Hurricane Ida only worsened matters. Before the festival’s cancelation, there were videos and reports of the campgrounds being flooded and unusable.
Thankfully, there’s always next year’s festival, which will be during Bonnaroo’s normal dates in June. While June is hotter in Tennessee, it hopefully means fewer hurricanes, and more music for Roovians to enjoy. Bonnaroo 2021, you just weren’t meant to be, but we will always love you. Until next time.
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