British singer Ed Sheeran performs live

Bottlerock Napa Valley 2024

MAY 26-28, 2024


A very Napa-style festival with an onsite spa, local California food and wine.

While some festivals may test your endurance, Bottlerock Napa Valley is all about indulgence. The music festival — which is really a music, wine, and food festival all in one — will overtake California wine country and headliners Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, Stevie Nicks and Mana will run the show. 

The auditory feast will be as rich and varied as the region’s cabernet sauvignons, which there will also be plenty of; over the long weekend, winemakers and chefs will be distributed throughout the large park-like venue, the Napa Valley Expo, complete with giant sequoias. This year, wineries like Jam Cellars, Caymus Vineyards and Mumm, and cocktails by Aperol and Hendrick’s Gin, will be pouring. Local food vendors like Morimoto Asia, Oenotri, and La Calenda will provide pop-up food trucks.

As for where to stay, camping at nearby Skyline Wilderness is an option, as are hotel packages, home rentals, and a variety of VIP ticket packages that give you access to premium bars, viewing decks and lounges with the stars themselves (wine legends included). 

To kill time when you’re not sipping or catching an artist set, you can get henna at the festival’s outdoor spa treatments (we are in Napa, after all), sweat it out at the Cisco silent disco, or, if you need a grungier moment after all the wining and dining, attend the Liquid Death-sponsored dance club. The festival shuts down at 10 p.m. each night, but many of the artists will be performing at “BottleRock After Dark,” a series of concerts throughout the Bay Area during the same weekend that keep the party going. 

The Specs

  • The Napa Valley Expo Center, where the festival is held, has a capacity of 40,000.
  • Ticket pricing starts at $233 for a 1-day GA pass. There are various other tiers such as VIP, Skydeck or sponsored suites, day tickets and more.  
  • While you’re there, explore nearby Sacramento


What is the closest airport to Bottlerock Napa Valley? 

San Francisco International Airport (SFO), Oakland International Airport (OAK), Sacramento International Airport (SMF), Santa Rosa/Sonoma Airport (STS) and San Jose International Airport (SJC) are all nearby. Bottlerock offers some hotel and shuttle packages from some airports for those without access to a car. 

Where and when is the fest?

The festival will take place May 24-26 at the Napa Valley Expo in downtown Napa.

What’s the bag policy?

Bags that are clear and no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” are allowed in the venue, as well as small pages or fanny packs smaller than 6” x 9” with no more than one pocket. You can also reserve a locker on their website to store your belongings while at the festival. 

Is the event ADA accessible?

There’s limited ADA parking available at the festival, and folks will need to buy an ADA parking pass on their website to access it.  

Where should I stay? 

Camping, hotels, and home rentals are all popular options for Bottlerock. Their website has information on their hotel packages and nearby campgrounds. 

What happens on the culinary stage?

The culinary stage will host a series of cooking exhibitions pairing chefs with performers.

Which artists are on the Bottlerock Napa Valley lineup?

The full three-day lineup is Stevie Nicks, Megan Thee Stallion, St. Vincent, Nelly, Miike Snow, Bebe Rexha, Jessie Murph, All Time Low, Gogol Bordello, BoyWithUke, Chevy Metal, Loveless, Pete Yorn, Royal Otis, The Moss, Say She She, Chris Shiflett, Grace Bowers, ALEXSUCKS, The Takes, Fleece, Con Brio, Akira Galaxy, Sage Bava, Sanho, Pearl Jam, Maná, Kali Uchis, The Kid Laroi, My Morning Jacket, T-Pain, Oliver Tree, Cold War Kids, Tower of Power, Holly Humberstone, The Record Company, Jack Kays, LARussell, Momma, Celise, Deep Sea Diver, Mondo Cozmo, John Cruz, The Alive, Moonalice, Linka Moja, The Aquadolls, Grace McKagan, Mama Said, DJ Unami, Napa Valley Youth Symphony, Ed Sheeran, Queens of the Stone Age, Dominic Fike, Norah Jones, The Offspring, Stephen Sanchez, Cannons, Action Bronson, The Beaches, Stephen Marley, Colony House, The Soul Rebels feat. Talib Kweli, Monsieur Periné, Dehd, Bully, Windser, The Scarlet Opera, MonoNeon, Brittany Davis, Tors, Forrest Day, Jane Led, Jared Harper, Naima, The Silverado Pickups, Sophia Zamani.

Who are the festival’s organizers?

Latitude 38 Entertainment, an entertainment company located in the Napa Valley, are the fest’s producers.



BY Logan Davis