Want two free tickets to the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival? It will help if you’re an artist.
The annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival takes place each June on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee and many event attendees make their way to and from the festival through Nashville International Airport.
To welcome everyone (and help promote the event), each year the airport features artist-made, Bonnaroo-themed artwork in five skylights on the secure side of the terminal.
Here’s a sample of the artwork from this past season on display through January 2015:
Proposals for next year’s Bonnaroo-themed skylight art will be taken through November 9, 2014.
Each selected artist will get an honorarium of $2,000 to create skylight art that incorporates or reflects iconic Bonnaroo festival elements (but not the full Bonnaroo brand logo), the festival location and the Bonnaroovian Code: Prepare Thy Self, Play as a Team, Radiate Positivity, Respect The Farm, Don’t be that Guy/Gal, and Stay True Roo.
Each selected artist also gets two free tickets to Bonnaroo 2015.