This weekend, the crowds flock to Napa for the three-day BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival, which kicks off at the Napa Valley Expo on Friday.
Guns N ‘Roses, Miley Cyrus and Foo Fighters are among the headliners of the annual festival, which also features food, drinks and other entertainment.
County star Chris Stapleton was scheduled to headline the show on Friday. However, he dropped out at the last minute, citing a health issue unrelated to COVID.
Country music group The High Women, which includes singers Brandi Carlisle and Maren Morris, headlined the Friday show.
The organizers of the festival require participants to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test within 72 hours. Masks are also required in all indoor areas of the festival and are recommended, but not required outdoors.
“I’m really excited that they are getting everyone to show their vaccination cards. I had friends who went to Sturgess last month and they got super sick,” said Leeann Lichnovsky.
This weekend, the crowds flock to Napa for the three-day BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival, which kicks off at the Napa Valley Expo on Friday. Melissa Colorado reports.
That is the goal this weekend, said the organizers of the Bottle Rock Music Festival. The festival has a capacity of 40,000 people a day to give music lovers space to jam and drink.
“I haven’t been in one place for so long! Glad to feel young again! ”Said Gail Drury of Marin County.
Concert goers can take off their masks when they are outside. As soon as you enter a tent, the mask must be put on.
This was Kit Oakley’s first Bottle Rock experience and said he had to show his negative test result.
“He’s been to a few music festivals so far. This is great because it’s very family friendly, ”Daniel Oakley of Napa.
All tickets are sold out.
The festival runs cashless, concert goers have to pay for their food and drinks with their contactless wristband.
The full music lineup and more details about the festival can be found on the BottleRock Napa Valley website.