BottleRock Napa Valley Rolls Out Lineup For Seventh Year With Imagine Dragons, Neil Young, And Mumford & Sons

BottleRock 2019
– BottleRock 2019

Imagine Dragons, Neil Young +

With 120,000 festivalgoers snapping up the full allotment of BottleRock passes last year, fans should mark their calendars for onsales this week. Tickets for the full three days go on sale Tuesday, Jan. 8, at at 10 a.m. local time, with single day passes available 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 10.

The wine, food and craft brew festival, presented by JaM Cellars, takes place again at the Napa Valley Expo in Napa, Calif., as it celebrates its seventh year, and the sixth under the watch of Latitude 38, the company founded by David Graham that partnered with Live Nation in 2017.

BottleRock again combines a blend of emerging and established artists, and local and global stars popular with Bay Area audiences, creating an eclectic mashup of styles that appeals to a wide age range. This year’s edition will also present Silent Disco, curated by international dance superstars Paul Oakenfold, The Crystal Method, and White Panda.

Imagine Dragons tops the lineup on Friday, May 24, that includes Logig, OneRepublic, Sylvan Esso, Flogging Molly, Jenny Lewis, AJR, Anderson East, The Dandy Warhols, lovelythebnad, Alec Benjamin, Neon Trees, Midland, Vintage Trouble, and The War and Treaty.

Day two is headed up by Neil Young + The Promise of the Real, Pharrell Williams, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Gary Clark Jr., Juanes, Cypress Hill, Elle King, Marian Hill, Sir Sly, Chevy Metal, Against Me!, Madison Beer, Pink Sweat$, Shannon & the Clams, Moonalice, and The Regrettes among the highlights.

Mumford & Sons closes out BottleRock on Sunday, with the help of Santana, Tash Sultana, Lord Huron, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Big Boi, Citizen Cope, Bishop Briggs, Gang of Youths, Too $hort, Turkuaz, Skylar Grey, Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Houses, Con Brio, and The Soul Rebels and others.

“Each year we look at ways to improve the overall festival experience for our guests,” said Dave Graham from BottleRock Presents. “In addition to our incredible lineup, we continue to offer the best cuisine, wines, craft brew and spirits, all supported by the warm hospitality people expect when visiting the Napa Valley.”

 With 120,000 festivalgoers snapping up the full allotment of BottleRock passes last year, fans should take note of onsale dates this week.

Three-day, general admission passes are $359 and include all that BottleRock is known for: 80+ bands on five music stages plus celebrity and chef mashups on the culinary stage with great sight lines throughout the venue. Passes also include access to gourmet food from the Napa Valley’s finest chefs and restaurateurs, craft beer, specialty cocktails and dozens of wine cabanas where you can sip, savor and mingle with your favorite vintners, and includes in-and-out privileges.

The three-day Skydeck pass goes for $1,599 and includes access to an exclusive, elevated viewing platform with unparalleled views of the main stage with spacious, shaded areas and comfortable seating on the Skydeck located within the VIP village. Skydeck pass holders also receive all-inclusive beer, cocktails and wines at the Skydeck bars, and in-and-out privileges. There are a limited quantity of Skydeck passes.  

For Starwood Preferred Guest American Express cardholders, $1,599 buys a VIP viewing suite pass with elevated and unobstructed views of the Main Stage and access to the VIP Village and all VIP viewing areas. Benefits include specially curated bites, signature dishes and wine tastings within the viewing suite. In addition, pass holders also enjoy all-inclusive beer, specialty cocktails, and wines at the Marriott VIP Viewing Suite bar, Chef and Sommelier meet-and-greets, and a special Marriott Rewards Member-only gift. Dedicated VIP entrance with in-and-out privileges to the festival and access to premium restrooms complete the package.

BottleRock Napa Valley has led the charge in showcasing premium food, wine and craft beer selections to festivalgoers, elevating the music festival into a full blown food and wine festival with some of the best music on the planet. The Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage presents cooking demonstrations with renowned chefs and artists. Williams-Sonoma Stage participants will be announced at a later date.