BottleRock launches streaming series fundraiser to benefit Napa, music industry workers

Muse, Matt Bellamy

Muse performs at BottleRock Napa Valley in Napa on May 25, 2018. Alessio Neri/STAFF.

BottleRock Napa Valley may have gotten postponed to October, but the festival will still celebrate its traditional Memorial Day festival weekend by launching a streaming series to benefit music industry workers and Napa county residents in need. The weekly series, titled “(re)LIVE BottleRock,” will include past BottleRock performances by Imagine Dragons, Muse, The Head and the Heart and Tash Sultana—all in the first airing.

The first programming will be available on Saturday, May 23 on YouTube Live. Other than music performances, the series will include culinary stage performances. Allison Hagendorf of Spotify and KPIX’s Liam Mayclem, will host the first airing.

Music fans can watch each episode by subscribing to BottleRock’s YouTube channel. The episodes will not be available to view after airing.

“We would have loved to be able to share our festival’s great music, wine, food and incredible Napa Valley hospitality in person this Memorial Day weekend, and can’t wait until we can get together with music fans once again,” said Dave Graham of BottleRock Napa Valley.

There will be opportunities to donate money during the airing, with proceeds benefiting Live Nation’s Crew Nation, a fund for music industry workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the Napa Valley Food Bank.

Future (re)LIVE BottleRock episodes will air weekly on Fridays at 5 p.m.



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