Jon Pardi, Billy Strings and The Avett Brothers are set to play at the upcoming “Concerts On the Farm” series presented by the organizers of the Bonnaroo Festival.
The socially-distanced concert series, which will take place on Bonnaroo Farm in rural Manchester, Tennessee, this summer, will see Billy Strings taking the stage on May 28.
Pardi will perform with special guest Jameson Rodgers on May 29, while the Avett Brothers will take the stage July 2-4.
According to a press release, tickets for the “Concerts On The Farm” series will be sold in groups up to four people who can occupy an 8′-by-8′ pod that is spaced six feet apart from other groups. Masks are required for both staff and patrons, and local and state health guidelines will be followed.
“The soundtrack of America is made in Tennessee, and I can’t think of a better place to celebrate the return of live music than at the Bonnaroo Farm,” said Tennessee Department of Tourist Development commissioner Mark Ezell. “Concerts On the Farm’s approach to delivering live music in a responsible environment will set the bar high for future events.”
A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will go toward the Bonnaroo Works Fund that supports nonprofits across the country.
The Bonnaroo Festival is scheduled to take place September 2-5.
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