Bonnaroo Arrest and Citation Report

Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves... Photos by Barry West

Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves… Photos by Barry West

The 15th Annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival ended late Sunday night after a performance from Dead and Company.
Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves says his department wrote 277 citations during Bonnaroo 2016. Graves said the citation number is about normal for the festival.
Manchester Police Chief Mark Yother.

Manchester Police Chief Mark Yother.

Manchester Police Chief Mark Yother says his department wrote over 50 citations.
Overall there were 37 Bonnaroo related arrests by all law enforcement combined. Sheriff Graves says the arrest number is down slightly from previous years.
According to booking information at the Coffee County Jail, the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department made 19 arrests, Manchester Police and Tennessee Highway Patrol made 8 each and Tullahoma Police had 2 Bonnaroo related arrests. THP numbers are unofficial as they will be released at a later date.
Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves said he would like to thank his employees for their long hours of hard work during the festival.
Plans are already underway for next year’s event in Manchester, as the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival will be back in 2017, June 8-11.