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Event Horizon: Charlie Jennings on Building Bonnaroo

As rock-hungry fans are fine-tuning their Bonnaroo concert schedules, Charlie Jennings is sweating the small and not-so-small stuff. While mired in logistics ranging from artist accommodations to toilet placement, Jennings and the rest of the operations team at the Knoxville, Tennessee-based production company AC Entertainment and their partners Superfly Presents were doing their yearly scramble to ensure that the estimated 80,000 Bonnaroo patrons have a safe, happy, and rock-filled weekend.

Red Frog Events

Red Frog Events, founded by Joe Reynolds and Ryan Kunkel, is a live event production company based in Chicago, Ill. In 2012, the company hosted its inaugural Firefly Music Festival, the first major event of its kind for Red Frog.

Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG)

AEG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Anschutz Company and operates numerous divisions dedicated to sports and entertainment presentations. Among other ventures and properties, AEG owns or controls facilities such as the STAPLES Center, Home Depot Center, American Airlines Arena, and NOKIA Theater Times Square. The company also owns several professional sports franchises, including the Los Angeles Kings, Houston Dynamo, and Los Angeles Galaxy.

Swank Audio Visuals

P. Ray Swank and his wife Lucille founded Swank Audio Visuals more than 70 years ago. The company initially entered the market as a portable projection service that supplied motion picture entertainment for events. Today, the organization has grown to include a wider variety of multimedia event services, from design to installation and operation.

Box Office Staff

Members of the box office staff are typically the first contact between a patron and the event they plan to attend, and as such, these individuals are responsible not only for the accurate dissemination of tickets but also with ensuring responsible customer service. 

Box Office Manager

One of the most important positions within the business component of all live show production and events is the role of the box office manager, also called the treasurer. This person is tasked with not just overseeing the sale of all tickets, but also with accounting for transactions and ensuring the security of money exchanged between the patron and the venue.