Organizers announced the move today, nearly two weeks after the original event was scheduled to take place.
"Our annual time together on the Farm is nothing short of magical, but out of an abundance of caution and for the health and safety of all Bonnaroovians, artists, staff, partners and our community, this is a necessary reality," festival organizers said in a statement.
The September postponement dates will now be host to some sort of virtual celebration in lieu of a physical event. Organizers promise "a very special virtual Bonnaroo weekend including some of our favorite moments from past and present, along with some special surprises." The mysterious virtual event will take place from September 24 to 27.
Tool, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Miley Cyrus, Flume, Lana Del Rey, Vampire Weekend, the 1975, DaBaby and more would have performed at this year's edition.
In their announcement, organizers also announced dates for next year's festivities. As it stands, Bonnaroo is scheduled to return the weekend of June 17 to 20 in 2021.
Visit Bonnaroo's website for refund and rollover information.
See the announcement below.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival will not take place this September 24-27, 2020 as originally rescheduled. All ticket holders will receive an email with info on how to roll your ticket over to the 2021 festival or receive a refund. View full statement here: https://t.co/D1sA4OlEoE pic.twitter.com/H4bz0jUXpD— Bonnaroo (@Bonnaroo) June 25, 2020