The Best in Music, Comedy, Wine, & Food in the Legendary Napa Valley May 9 - 12, 2013
The inaugural BottleRock Napa Valley will be held May 9 - 12, 2013 in the heart of the legendary Napa Valley, featuring over 50 artists, bands and performers from a variety of genres, including rock, soul/R&B, country, hip-hop and comedy. Scheduled to appear are The Black Keys, Zac Brown Band, Furthur featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, The Shins, Jane's Addiction, The Black Crowes, Ben Harper, Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, Alabama Shakes, Primus, Dwight Yoakam, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Cake, Flaming Lips, Bad Religion, Mavis Staples, The Wallflowers, ALO, Donavon Frankenreiter, Charlie Musselwhite, Tristan Prettyman, Allen Stone, Blues Traveler, Brandi Carlile, Cafe Tacuba, and many more.
The full comedy lineup will be rolled out in mid-February.
Limited pre-sale passes go on sale Sunday, February 3 through February 9, 2013 (or until sold out) and general 3- and 4-day passes go on sale beginning February 10, 2013. Festival passes, starting at $299, can be purchased at the website.
Situated on three stages spread over 26 acres on the grounds at the Napa Valley Expo in the City of Napa, BottleRock Napa Valley attendees will enjoy the best in wine and food from many of the finest vintner and culinary talents of the legendary Napa Valley. Approximately 60 vintner partners, along with artisanal micro-brewers, will be paired with dozens of Napa Valley restaurateurs and chefs, ensuring that BottleRock Napa Valley will provide a complementary culinary festival experience second to none and one that reflects the hospitable spirit of the Napa Valley.
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