Jon Pardi, Billy Strings, & The Avett Brothers To Headline Bonnaroo’s “Concerts On The Farm” Series

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If you’re looking for a dose of live music, we’ve got one hell of a trio coming to Bonnaroo.

As of right now, Bonnaroo Festival is scheduled to be happening full swing come September, but in the meantime, they’ll holding three socially distanced shows at the festival site in Manchester, Tennessee.

Dubbed the “Concerts on the Farm” series, the three names include: The Avett Brothers, Billy Strings, and Jon Pardi.

The series will kick off with Billy Strings on May 28th, fresh off his Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass Album for Home. As long as Strings doesn’t burn the stage down with his insane pickin’ skills, the California kid, Mr. Jon Pardi, will take the stage on May 29th, along with his good buddy Jameson Rodgers. Lastly, The Avett Brothers will round out the series with three shows at the outdoor venue on July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.

The concerts will follow all safety guidelines for COVID-19, with limited capacity and social distancing. Tickets will be sold in groups of four and groups will be given a socially distanced “pod” to enjoy the concert in. Fans will also be allowed to bring their own chairs and blankets, and can order food and drinks through a mobile app.

Live music people… it’s coming back and it’s coming back SOON.

Jon Pardi covering Joe Diffie’s “Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die)`” 

Billy Strings covering Post Malone’s “Circles”

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