Hey all, as I mentioned in another thread, all my friends are going as part of a groop that has reached its max capacity and I want to go with them but we're apparently waiting on hearing if the groop will be allowed to expand. My friend who is the groop leader apparently inquired but hasn't heard back from them. I sent an email to Info@bonnaroo.com a few days ago and haven't heard back. Do you think the group will be allowed to expand and add me? What should I do if it isn't allowed or if we never hear back?
Alright, just want to make absolutely sure because I'm coming from Minneapolis and don't want to be denied the ability to stay in my friend's tent as soon as I get down there. I was under the impression that they enforced everyone in the groop camping area to have registered for that as well because it has an additional fee. Thanks for the info.
Even if you are denied at first, for some strange reason, try just walking in (without your belongings) an hour or so later. Groop camping doesn't have special wristbands or anything. If anything, they'll ask the name of your groop so make sure to remember that.
Worst case scenario I can imagine would be they ask you to exit the vehicle that's headed to group. From that point you could hoof it to their spot. It's not like volunteers will regularly campus the area with clip boards asking the names of all who's camping at a particular groop's spot. If you've got a ticket you've got a place to camp so your not getting ejected from the farm just because your riding with a groop your not registered with. I wouldn't sweat it. Where there is a will there is a way etc. etc. Though being able to legitimately stay at your groop's campground would be the more ideal situation.