(Bottle) Rock and Roll

The BottleRock music festival barrels back into Napa this weekend with another star studded line-up.  This second annual event is bigger and better than last year with some 60 bands set to rock four stages over the course of three days (May 30, 31 and June 1) at the Napa Valley Expo.

Dozens of wineries, local craft and other brewers, as well as restaurants like Napa’s own Angele, Morimoto and more will be on hand to keep hunger and thirst at bay.

Dozens of wineries, local craft and other brewers, as well as restaurants like Napa’s own Angele, Morimoto and more will be on hand to keep hunger and thirst at bay.

Come see legendary bands like The Cure, LL Cool J, Weezer, Robert Earl Kee, and, a personal favorite, Cracker– or any of the other bands that represent four decades and multiple music genres.

Additionally, dozens of wineries, local brewers like Lagunitas and Anchor Steam, as well as a “gourmet restaurant garden” will keep the hungry hordes from withering.

“We’ve created an unforgettable weekend experience with a diverse offering of music, wine and food,” said Latitude 38’s CEO David Graham who went on to say that there are still tickets available as well as great places to stay close to the venue for those planning a trip from out of town (hotels@bottlerocknapa.com) .  For Sonomans, its just a ride over the hill.

To see the full line up, get tickets or any other information, visit: bottlerocknapavalley.com.

Formed in 1994, Smash Mouth might best be known for their hits, “Walkin’ on the Sun,” “I’m a Believer,” and “All Star.”  With a new CD called “MAGIC,” the band is better than ever and will play Saturday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm on the Miner Family Winery Stage.

Formed in 1994, Smash Mouth might best be known for their hits, “Walkin’ on the Sun,” “I’m a Believer,” and “All Star.” With a new CD called “MAGIC,” the band is better than ever and will play Saturday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm on the Miner Family Winery Stage.

Foursome TV on the Radio hits the Toshiba Stage on Friday from 5:15 to 6:45 pm, followed by The Cure from 7:30 to 10 PM.

Foursome TV on the Radio hits the Toshiba Stage on Friday from 5:15 to 6:45 pm, followed by The Cure from 7:30 to 10 PM.

 

Helios is the fourth and latest album from band The Fray.  Recall their hit, “How to Save a Life” which is still in frequent rotation on the country’s radio stations and see them live on Sunday from 8:15 to 9:45 pm on the Sprint Stage. Photo: Frank Ockenfels

Helios is the fourth and latest album from band The Fray. Recall their hit, “How to Save a Life” which is still in frequent rotation on the country’s radio stations and see them live on Sunday from 8:15 to 9:45 pm on the Sprint Stage. Photo: Frank Ockenfels


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