BottleRock 2017 Lineup Announced

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BottleRock 2017 Lineup Announced

The annual BottleRock festival in Napa Valley will return for its fifth year on Memorial Day weekend (May 26-28), with a lineup featuring one of their best and most well-rounded collections of artists to date. Headlining the festival are Foo Fighters, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and Maroon 5, each of whom are sure to turn in crowd-pleasing sets. But each day of the festival is likely to be filled with great music as the lineup also boasts acts from across the musical spectrum, including Modest Mouse, The Roots, Mavis Staples, Bob Moses, Ani DiFranco, St. Lucia, Hiss Golden Messenger and plenty more.

This will notably be Foo Fighters’ first official U.S. show in almost two years as they end their hiatus. They will go on to spend the majority of their summer playing a slew of European festivals, including Roskilde Festival in Denmark and NOS Alive in Portugal.

Also noteworthy is the inclusion of Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, which appears to bode well for Bradley’s health. In October, the “Screaming Eagle of Soul” was forced to clear his tour schedule after being diagnosed with stomach cancer. All of us at Paste hope this BottleRock booking is, as it appears to be, an indication that Bradley is recovering.

In addition to the music, and taking full advantage of its idyllic setting, BottleRock also makes sure to provide a bevy of high-quality options for food, beer and, of course, wine. Their website features a list of more than 20 vineyards and wineries that will be at BottleRock, and there is no shortage of delicious-looking food vendors making everything from traditional festival fare like pizza and sandwiches to full gourmet dinners. They even have a dedicated Culinary Stage sponsored, which last year featured celebrity chefs like Gordon Ramsey and Masaharu Morimoto, along with musicians like Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters.

As could be expected, tickets for BottleRock include a variety of VIP options, running from $309 for a three-day general admission pass up to $3,500 for their Platinum option. All ticket options go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 4 at 1 p.m. EST via BottleRock’s website.

See the full lineup for the festival below, plus Paste Cloud audio from a 1995 Foo Fighters show.

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BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival 2017 Lineup:

Foo Fighters
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Maroon 5
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Modest Mouse 
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
The Roots
Silversun Pickups 
Band of Horses 
Fitz & The Tantrums
Dirty Heads
Live
The Naked and Famous
The Devil Makes Three
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Gavin DeGraw
St. Lucia
House of Pain
Bob Moses
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Saint Motel
The Strumbellas
AlunaGeorge
Frightened Rabbit 
Andra Day
Galactic
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Mavis Staples 
Ani DiFranco 
Bishop Briggs
Lewis Del Mar
Highly Suspect
Judah & The Lion 
Elephant Revival
Warren G
Bad Suns
Giraffage
gnash
The Staves
The Barr Brothers
Pell
Hippo Campus
Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas
Barns Courtney
Hiss Golden Messenger
The California Honeydrops
The Hunna
888
Prinze George
Con Brio
La Santa Cecilia
The Shelters
SWMRS
Run River North
James Hersey
Day Wave
DREAMERS
HIRIE
Baskery
City of the Sun
Cobi
PARTYBABY
A R I Z O N A
The Heydaze
Parade of Lights
litte hurricane
Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra
Josh Kelley
Jessica Childress
Cory Harper
WILD
Saint Mesa
Hibbity Dibbity
The Helmets
Pacific Radio
The Redwoods Revue
Doobie Decimal System
Troubadour 77
Silverado Pickups
Tracksuit Wedding
Secure The Sun
Serf and James
Kadin Yeahmon
Alec Lee
Napa Youth Symphony

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