The 2013 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is officially sold out of four-day passes.
General admission tickets sold out on Tuesday, said AC Entertainment's Ashley Capps. VIP tickets are long gone.
A limited number of day passes with shuttle service are still available from Nashville. One of the new features of the festival this year includes a collaboration with the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. to offer a shuttle service and one-day tickets from LP Field to the Bonnaroo site and back. Before this year, only weekend passes had been available. Buses will depart twice a day from LP Field, where there will be free parking for all shuttle pass holders. For details, vistit http://www.visitmusiccity.com/.
The 12-year-old event has hit capacity a majority of its years of operation, and this is the third straight year; the 2012 installment of the multistage camping festival boasted a sell-out crowd of 80,000 on opening day.
The festival runs Thursday though Sunday in Manchester. Headliners include Paul McCartney, Mumford & Sons and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Follow The Tennessean's coverage through Sunday at Tennessean.com/Bonnaroo to find concert reviews, photos, video, interviews and much more all weekend long.