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Introducing Bottle Rock Napa Valley

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The inaugural Bottle Rock Napa Valley has booked a bunch of great acts including Kings Of Leon and The Black Keys. Plus, the festival promises to provide “creature comforts that reflect the hospitable spirit of the Napa Valley.”

And that’s not all. Bottle Rock Napa Valley says fans will also be treated to “incredible venue sight lines, civility, unparalleled artist access and intimacy … plus discount and reward opportunities throughout the Napa Valley.”

  • The Black Keys

    Global Citizen Festival, Central Park, New York City
    September 29, 2012

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Set for May 9-12 at the Napa Valley Exposition in Napa, Calif., Furthur headlines May 9, The Black Keys play May 10, Kings Of Leon take the stage May 11 and Zac Brown Band closes down the festival May 12.

The lineup also includes Jane’s Addiction, The Shins, Train, The Black Crowes, Ben Harper, Cake, Alabama Shakes, The Flaming Lips, Primus, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Dirty Projectors, ALO, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Wallflowers, Brandi Carlile, Andrew Bird, Blues Traveler, Iron & Wine and more.

As for eats and drinks, the festival has lined up approximately 60 vintner partners, artisanal micro-brewers and dozens of Napa Valley restaurateurs and chefs.

A limited amount of presale passes go on sale beginning Feb. 3 to Napa Valley locals, artist fan club members and community partners. Use promo code “GOLDRUSH” to celebrate the Niner’s return to the Super Bowl and get $49 off your pass.

Three-day passes are priced at $299. Four-day general passes are $399 for general admission and $599 for VIP treatment. VIP passes come with “convenient parking, exclusive viewing sections, access to additional hospitality areas, and access to the more than 30 official VIP after-parties taking place every night in downtown Napa.”

Tickets go on sale to the general public Feb. 10.

For more information visit BottleRockNapaValley.com.
 


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