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Band merch has been around as long as the bands who sell it. What better way to commemorate your weekend at Bonnaroo than with some groovy merchandise? Being able to cop a shirt or sweatshirt can be tricky though. With long lines and a variety of styles to choose from, getting your hands on Bonnaroo merch may seem daunting. We’ve broken down all the surefire ways to make sure you get your shot at owning your own piece of Bonnaroo history this summer.

Where can I buy Bonnaroo merchandise?

Bonnaroo merchandise can be bought both on the festival grounds and through their official online merch store. At the festival, the various merch booths will have 2020 merchandise in stock. However, merch from past years can still be purchased on Bonnaroo’s official online merch store.

What kind of Bonnaroo merchandise can I buy?

Bonnaroo offers a variety of items customized for the festival, including t-shirts, hoodies, posters, and hats. Their line of merch even extends into books, water bottles, frisbees, beach towels, and more. While most are interested in buying 2020 merchandise, “vintage” merch can be purchased through their website for those looking for merchandise from a specific year or want their merch to have a more retro feel to them.

Is Bonnaroo merchandise sold online?

Were the lines too overwhelming at the merch booths to pick up that shirt you were eyeing all weekend long? Have no fear: Bonnaroo’s online merch store is open year-round. Check out the official online store here.

Bonnaroo 2020 Tickets

Official Bonnaroo tickets go on sale on January 9. There are several ticket types, tiers, and add-ons, so be sure to check out all of your options. Four-day general admission passes start at $319 plus fees.​ Looking to shop around, or waiting until summer gets closer to secure your plans? You can always find tickets on SeatGeek! Use code BONNAROO20 at checkout for $20 off your ticket purchase. Browse tickets here or view select listings below.

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