Pets are not allowed within the Festival grounds. However, miniature horses and dogs, which have been trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability, are welcome. If accompanied by a service animal, you will be provided a Patron Notice of Responsibility for a Service Animal or you can request the form in advance from email@example.com. Please enter through the Access Lane at the tollbooths.
Camping Close: Service animals and their handlers are invited to camp in the accessible camping area. Service animal handlers wishing to camp in the Accessible Camping area, but who do not have a government-issued accessible parking tag, should contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the festival.
Service Animals In Training: Tennessee law states that service animals in training may attend public events but ONLY if the dog and the trainer come from an accredited school. Write to email@example.com with your request prior to the start of the Festival, so that there is time to confirm with the school. Most service animal training schools also provide a certificate of insurance. / Service animals in training must be advanced enough in their training to handle an event as intense as Bonnaroo. We have been advised that young puppies in training do not yet have the maturity to attend an event like Bonnaroo. The service dog in training must wear a harness, leash or other appropriate apparel or device that identifies the dog with the accredited school and must be held on a leash and under control of its trainer.