2016 Bonnaroo Arrests
Arrested at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival? Call a Lawyer!
Since its inception in 2002, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival –
now commonly referred to as simply “Bonnaroo” – has
grown to be one of the largest and most hotly anticipated annual music
festivals in the nation. While this annual gathering is always sure to
draw massive crowds of people to enjoy four days of fun and music, this
festival also brings with it heightened police activity and a considerable
spike in arrests each year.
If you have been arrested at 2016 Bonnaroo, criminal defense lawyer Joshua
T. Crain can fight to protect your rights and defend you against the prosecution’s
claims. As a former prosecutor who has protected thousands of individuals
and earned a perfect 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating for his unmatched advocacy,
he can provide the aggressive advocacy you need to maximize your chances
of securing a favorable outcome for your situation.
Call (888) 988-5578 today to discuss your charges.
Common Arrests at Bonnaroo Festival
Most Bonnaroo arrests are for public intoxication or impaired driving,
while others are the result of undercover sting operations for drug possession
and sales. Many of these charges are felony offenses, exposing individuals
to the possibility of years in prison. Regardless of the specifics surrounding
your arrest, Attorney Crain is prepared to go the distance on your behalf
and explore every opportunity to secure a reduction or dismissal of your charges.
Attorney Crain can defend you against the following charges:
Ways to Avoid an Arrest at Bonnaroo
If you plan on attending Bonnaroo festival this year, it is vital you remain
aware of the elevated police presence and take certain precautions to
stay safe. There are several ways that you can avoid an unwanted run-in
with the law, including:
Stay attentive: Be on the lookout for law enforcement and any illegal activities that
may be going on around you. If you see something suspicious, keep your
distance. Most importantly, do not ever purchase or hold drugs for or
from someone you do not know.
Drink plenty of water: Bonnaroo is held in the middle of summer and temperatures frequently
reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit and above. Hot temperatures can cause you
to lose water through sweat and hinder your body’s ability to process
alcohol, causing you to become intoxicated more easily. Staying hydrated
can not only protect you against heatstroke, but it could also save you
from an arrest for public intoxication or unruly behavior.
Stay calm: While Bonnaroo is meant to be a fun time, it can get a little rowdy at
times. Keep your composure and stick with people you know. If anyone attempts
to agitate you or start a fight, walk away. Getting into a physical altercation
with another festival-goer can get you thrown out of the festival and
in the back of a squad car on assault charges.
2016 Bonnaroo Information & Lineup
2016 Bonnaroo will take place June 9th – 12th at Great State Park in Manchester, Tennessee. More than 100 artists will
be performing over four days, along with parades, arts and entertainment,
and standup comedy acts.
Some of the headliners of the 2016 Bonnaroo lineup include:
- Pearl Jam
- Dead & Company
- LCD Soundystem
- J. Cole
- Ellie Goulding
- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
- Tame Impala
- Lamb of God
- Death Cab for Cutie
- The Chainsmokers
Click here to check out the full
Bonnaroo 2016 lineup.
Click here to view the
full-size 2016 Bonnaroo festival map.
On-Site Camping at Bonnaroo
Bonnaroo festival-goers may camp on the festival grounds with permits.
Camping is permitted in the following forms:
Click here to see the full
Bonnaroo camping options and policies.
- Car/RV camping
- Tent camping
- Group camping (24 people or more)
- Family camping
- VIP camping