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Camping is an essential aspect of the Bonnaroo experience. Whether you are attending the Tennessee-based music and arts festival with friends or you’re looking to meet like-minded music fans down on The Farm, the campgrounds are where many memories are made.

This June, festival organizers are offering woman-identifying Bonnaroovians an inclusive camping experience just for them. Hosted by MOTHERSHIP, the campground promises a variety of activities and offerings tailored specifically to the women of Bonnaroo. It costs $50 to join SheROO 2018, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Tegan & Sara Foundation. A car camping pass is also required for SheROO campers bringing a vehicle.

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Additional themed community campgrounds include the Solo Roo’ers Camp, Fan SuperJam Camp, Family Camp, Soberoo and more. If you are new to The ‘Roo, checkout the festival’s handy how-to guide for more information about accommodations, planning your trip and preparing for everything that comes with an outdoor music festival. The Bonnaroovian Code also provides additional information about how to “radiate positivity” and get the most out of your Bonnaroo experience.

Eminem, The Killers, Muse and Future top this year’s Bonnaroo lineup, and several of our favorite female-fronted acts – including Paramore, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow and Sylvan Esso – will be playing this year’s festival as well. Chromeo, Bon Iver, Thundercat, Alison Wonderland, Khalid, Mavis Staples and more are also featured on the Bonnaroo 2018 lineup.

The 2018 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will take place down in Manchester, Tenn., from June 7-10. Tickets are currently available starting at $324.50 plus fees for a four-day general admission ticket. Camping options – including access to the SheROO Camp – are available at checkout or by clicking here.

More information about Bonnaroo 2018 can be found at www.Bonnaroo.com.

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Laurie Fanelli

Laurie Fanelli is a Chicago-based writer and photographer who specializes in live entertainment coverage. She is at home at major music festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo and, of course, Lollapalooza and...