/ About

This is history.
This is Tradition.
This is BONFIRE.

Begun in 1907 off campus, near the rail station to celebrate an Aggie win over Tulane, Bonfire stood first and stands today as a celebration of who we are.

Over a process that lasts an entire year, students fill the boots of those who have gone before. They enact a memory of Aggies we lost, and rekindle perpetually a great legacy.

Bonfire is the foremost leadership lab of its kind in the world. Completely student led and executed, Aggie students test and form themselves and each other throughout the year-round process of building Bonfire.

Bonfire-motivated Aggies go on to change the worlds around them, in their communities, families, and professions.

Through building Bonfire, Aggies do not just acquire not competencies, strength, resilience, and courage.

The necessary product of the mission engenders a sense of duty and pride in sharing these gifts.

Aggies don't build Bonfire.
Bonfire builds Aggies.
/ Burn: 11.29.24

We only
burn it
to build

Admission to Bonfire is per vehicle, with admission being cheaper the earlier you arrive. There will be no drop-off or walk-in admission.

Bonfire has a zero-tolerance, no-alcohol policy for all events INCLUDING BURN. Anyone found with alcohol will be removed.

12:00pm  Gates Open

Admission per vehicle is FREE

4:00pm  $10 Admission

Admission per vehicle is $10

6:00pm  $20 Admission

Admission per vehicle is $20

8:15pm  Welcome

Messages from Friends of the Fire

8:25pm  Invocation

Delivered by Deacon Ron Fernandes '94

8:30pm  Burn Night Speech


8:40pm  Torches Lit

The lighting ceremony begins

/ Contact

Drop us a line,
share Good Bull,
join up.

Stack Site

Old Hearne Rd.
Bryan, TX 77807
30.741246, -96.466975

Mailing Address

PO Box 1171
College Station, TX 77841

/ Support

Bonfire is completely student led and executed. But that work is only possible through your support.

Aggies are building Bonfire year-round, requiring equipment, tools, fuel, food, wire, cables, ropes, power, rentals, and more. By donating, you give students what they need to keep the flame undying.