To watch Bonnaroo on your console, you need:
To start Bonnaroo later, go to Apps, select the My Apps tile, and then select Bonnaroo.
If you use Family Settings to control which movies and TV shows can be watched through Xbox Live on your console, the Bonnaroo app will follow those settings. For example, if you prohibit R-rated movies or TV-MA-rated TV shows from being watched on your console, those movies and shows will be marked in the Bonnaroo app with a Restricted icon. To play a locked item, an adult must enter the Family Settings pass code.
For more information about how to restrict Xbox Live content using Family Settings, see Set parental controls for Xbox 360 and Xbox Live.
The Bonnaroo app doesn't respond
If the Bonnaroo app doesn’t respond, delete and reinstall it. Here’s how:
If you keep experiencing this problem, contact Xbox Support.
You may get one of the following error messages when you try to use the Bonnaroo app.
See Xbox Live Status to make sure there is no issue with the service provider.
If there is no issue and you receive this error message when you try to launch the Bonnaroo app or launch content within the app, wait for approximately one minute. Then, try to launch the app again.
If you continue to receive the error, please delete the Bonnaroo app and reinstall it.
If this does not resolve your problem, please contact Xbox Support.
For network troubleshooting support, please see Xbox Streaming Quality Solution for help.
Check to make sure your controller is turned on and connected to your console. If you’re having trouble connecting your controller, see Xbox 360 Wireless Controller disconnects or can’t connect for help.
This app requires a user to have Xbox Live account. Please sign in using a gamertag with an Xbox Live account or upgrade to Xbox Live to use the Bonnaroo app.
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