Bottlerock returns to Napa May 30-June1
Bottlerock – the three-day Napa music, food, wine and beer festival introduced last year – will return May 30 to June 1, headlining The Cure and OutKast.
Country music star Eric Church is also scheduled to perform, along with Railroad Earth, TV on the Radio, The Fray, Barenaked Ladies, Heart, LL Cool J with DJ Z Trip, Moonalice, Smash Mouth, Spin Doctors, The Stone Foxes, Third Eye Blind and Weezer.
Situated on four stages, spread across 26 acres of the Napa Valley Expo, 575 Third St., Bottlerock 2014 will also feature Ben Sollee, Blues Traveler, Camper Van Beethoven, Cracker, De La Soul, Deerhunter, Delta Rae, Ed Kowalczyk, Empires, Gin Blossoms, Howie Day, Hurray For The Riff Raff, James Otto, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Keep Shelly in Athens, Matisyahu, Matt and Kim, Miner, Moon Taxi, Robert DeLong, Robert Earl Keen, Sublime with Rome, Tea Leaf Green, The Black Angels, Thee Oh Sees and Victory.
Several North Bay bands are also scheduled to perform, including Breakaway Patriot, Cosmos Percussion Orchestra (Napa), Grass Child (Napa), Irontom, Kingsborough, Major Powers & The Lo-Fi Symphony, The Bell Boys (Sacramento), The Deadlies (Napa), The Graveyard Boots (Napa), The Incubators (Petaluma), The Soft White Sixties, The Sorry Lot and Trebuchet.
“With a mixture of rock, alternative, hip-hop, bluegrass, country, urban and more, plus the incredible food and wine partners that make Bottlerock so unique, we’ve got something for everyone,” said David Graham of Latitude 38 Entertainment, the festival promoter.
Tickets can be purchased at bottlerocknapavalley.com or by phone at 877-435-9849. A three-day pass is $279, VIP passes are $599 and Platinum passes are $3,000.