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BottleRock Festival Starts Off the Summer in Napa Valley, CA

Bringing in names like Foo Fighters, Maroon 5, and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, BottleRock welcomes in the summer energy with music, food, wine, and brew in this year’s sold out festival.

BottleRock Festival, presented by Jam Cellars, is now on its 5th consecutive year with this year’s three-day festival in Napa Valley from May 26th-28th.

The headliners for 2017 are Foo Fighters, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and Maroon 5 with culinary guests Martha Stewart, José Andrés, and Masaharu Morimoto.

Foo Fighters are an American Rock band formed in Seattle, Washington, originally a one-man project of Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. The band’s most recent release was its EP Saint Cecilla released in November of 2015. They are signed by RCA Records.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers are an American Rock band formed in Gainesville, Florida back in 1976. The band’s most recent release was its 13th studio album Hypnotic Eye in July 2014. This album was also nominated in the 2015 Grammy’s for Best Rock Album. They are signed by Reprise Records.

Maroon 5 is an American Pop band that originated in Los Angeles, California who have received three Grammy awards. The band includes popstar Adam Levine as the lead vocalist who also doubles as a voice coach and judge on the hit TV show The Voice. The band’s most recent release was its album V released in August 2014. They are signed by Interscope Records.

Photo courtesy of BottleRock Facebook

Martha Stewart is a TV personality with a website loaded with recipes and DIY ideas. José Andrés is originally from Spain and is now a Spanish-American chef on the board of advisory for LA Kitchen. Masaharu Morimoto is a Japanese chef most famous for being Iron Chef on Japanese cooking TV show Iron Chef.

Whether fans are enjoying the food and drink or hopping from stage to stage, BottleRock seems to have all the summer goods.

Live near Napa Valley and want a taste of the show? The tickets for the festival are sold out, but you can grab tickets to some of the 2017 Aftershows here.

Photo courtesy of BottleRock Facebook


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