Last week I attended one of my favorite summer music festivals, Bonnaroo, in Manchester, TN. This massive event draws a crowd of over 80,000 to a 700-acre farm for four days of camping, music, comedy, film and food. To say these organizers have a lot on their plate, is a huge understatement.
Logistically, I'm not sure where they begin but as an attendee, I appreciated the many details that were present. So for this week's blog, I'm sharing a few of the little things that don't always get the recognition they deserve.
I can't commend the Bonnaroo staff enough for listening to feedback from the previous year and then going above and beyond to provide a better experience. So to everyone who spent hours trying to decide what signage should look like, when to clean the grounds or how to re-direct traffic efficiently, thank you. Your efforts didn't go unappreciated.
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