The producers of BottleRock Napa Valley have released the daily lineups for the annual festival, which kicks of May 25, as well as the individual day ticket prices and on-sale, on Wednesday. The individual ticket on-sale follows all three-day tickets selling out within one day.
Muse headlines Friday. The same day includes Top 40 hitmakers The Chainsmokers, alt-rock band Incubus, soul band Earth, Wind & Fire, rockers Phantogram, a DJ set by the Beastie Boys’ Mike D, soul revivalists St. Paul & The Broken Bones, jazz and funk artist Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and folky indie rock singer-songwriter Shakey Graves. Also on Friday: Nahko and Medicine for the People, Bomba Estéreo, LANY, The Struts, COIN, Tank and The Bangas, NoMBe, Welshly Arms, Alex Lahey, flor, Moonalice, Caitlyn Smith, Jukebox the Ghost, Billy Raffoul, Hundred Handed, Pony Bradshaw, RIVVRS, David Luning, The Knitts and Sanho The Indian.
The Killers top the list on Saturday’s lineup. Also on the bill for the day are hop-hop icon Snoop Dogg, Americana, indie rock band The Head and the Heart, ’80s bad boy Billy Idol, Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers, Bay Area hip-hop star E-40, BottleRock regular Michael Franti & Spearhead, U.K. indie pop buzz band Oh Wonder and singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade. Saturday includes: The Record Company, Jacob Banks, MISSIO, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Pokey LaFarge, Dhani Harrison, The Districts, Ghost of Paul Revere, The Aces, Low Cut Connie, The Night Game, ayokay, Dan Luke and The Raid, Matt Maeson, Hamish Anderson, The Alive, Anchor + Bell, Tommy Odetto, Dani Bell & The Tarantist and the Napa Valley Youth Symphony.
Bruno Mars will close out the festival along with Halsey, Thievery Corporation and The Revivalists. Also on Sunday: SOJA, Lake Street Dive, Manchester Orchestra, Alice Merton, New Politics, Allen Stone, Watsky, The White Panda, The Motet, J. Roddy Walston And The Business, Mondo Cozmo, Allan Rayman, Durand Jones & The Indications, MAGIC GIANT, Amy Shark, Liz Huett, Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra, Mt. Joy, The Wrecks, Dean Lewis, Jon and Roy, The Brevet, Ethan Tucker and The Silverado Pickups.
The lineup for the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage, showcasing a mashup of cooking demonstrations with renowned chefs, celebrities, performers and musicians, will be announced later. Of course, the lineups are subject to change without notice.
Single-day tickets range from $139 for general admission to $325 for VIP, and go on-sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. at www.BottleRockNapaValley.com. More than 120,000 people attended BottleRock in 2017.
— Roman Gokhman