BottleRock Napa Valley returns on October 2-4, 2020
Aside from the pumping lineup featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Nicks, Miley Cyrus, Dave Matthews Band, Khalid, Zedd, and Anderson .Paak & the Free Nationals, and more, here are 3 reasons this year’s BottleRock Napa is a must-attend event!
Note: due to Covid-19, Bottle Rock Napa is rescheduled for Oct 2-4, 2020
1. Wine and Dine
Wine! – Naturally, as a music festival smack dab in world-renowned Napa Valley, BottleRock features some of the best wines you’ll find. Most of the selection comes from local vineyards and wineries based in world-renowned, Napa Valley. Specifically, there will be wine from Jam Cellars, Amuse Bouche, Coup De Foudre, Raymond Vineyards, and many more. Alongside the vast wine selection, will be on-site sommelier and experts that can guide you through the elegant pinots, crisp sauvignon, and delectable chardonnays.
Dine! – In addition, the organizers of BottleRock have curated the optimal dining experience with the area’s finest chefs. Napa’s diverse and lively culinary scene has food to offer that you won’t want to miss. Alongside the mouthwatering food selection, is the Culinary Stage that features delicious appearances from some of your favorite artists and celebrity chefs. Past Culinary Stage guests include culinary artists: Andrew Zimmern, Matty Matheson, and Graham Elliot, side by side music artists: Michael Franti, AJR, and Alice Cooper.
2. Art Showcase
Every year, the large art installments are always a sight to see and make for great photos to share with your friends and family. We expect to see everything from sculptures to murals that will take your breath away. In the past, BottleRock has featured artists like Jacques Lesec, Kopool Bonick, Laura Kimpton and more.
BottleRock is making clear efforts to become “one of the most sustainable festivals,” according to its website. They have focused on 8 specific areas to decrease landfill waste and increase compost. These areas include removal of single-use plastic bottles, recycling, refillable water stations, and more shown below.
The event just sold out but you can find the official ticket exchange here! You also won’t want to miss the BottleRock Aftershows that you’ll find at various venues in the Bay Area. I have personally gone to several Aftershows in the past. They were a great opportunity to see some of your favorite artists that don’t come around very often in an intimate setting. This year the Aftershows feature artists like, Kota the Friend, Mandolin Orange, Amos Lee, Milky Chance, The Band Camino, and more! You can get tickets here.
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