The 2015 BottleRock Napa Valley closed its gates on a sold-out three day festival to the tune of Sunday’s headliner, No Doubt, and if the energy flowing through the crowd was any indication, she wasn’t the only one feeling “Hella Good”. The 3rd annual BottleRock Napa Valley attracted over 100,000 fans to the festival grounds in historic downtown Napa.
Dozens of bands drew the crowds to and from the five stages throughout the weekend. With a variety of old and new musicians such as ZZ Ward, American Authors, Xavier Rudd, Echosmith, AWOLNATION, Gypsy Kings, Snoop Dogg, Trampled by Turtles, Tristan Prettyman, and more – every fan was sure to see a band they love and leave with new musicians on their radar. Imagine Dragons, Robert Plant, and No Doubt drew in the masses at the end of each day, ending the day’s festivities on a definitive high note.
The music wasn’t the only thing on point at BottleRock Napa Valley. In a quite extravagant display of the regions best, the festival boasted many of California’s finest wine, beer, and culinary distributors. The addition of the culinary stage gave attendees a place to take a breather, meet celebrity chefs, vitners, and brewers, and become a knowledgeable connoisseurs of local faire.
The festival grounds were sprinkled with cornhole boards, sponsor displays, silent discos, jam in the van sessions, beach balls, hula hoops and climbing structures leaving no shortage of things to do throughout each day. The 100,000 fans left BottleRock looking forward to returning next year – and if you’re one of them, there’s good news for you: tickets are already on sale!
BottleRock Napa Valley announced a limited quantity tickets on sale for the fourth annual music, food, wine, and brew festival May 27 – 29, 2016, Memorial Day weekend.
Packages include three-day general admission passes starting at $225, three-day VIP passes starting at $525, and three-day Platinum passes starting at $2,500. Tickets can be purchased at www.bottlerocknapavalley.com and Eventbrite.com.
See you next year!