NAPA (CBS SF) – The organizers of BottleRock announced lineup for the 2022 edition of the Napa Music Festival Monday morning, which headliners are Metallica, Pink, 21 Pilots and Luke Combs.
Other notable acts on the bill include reunited classic rockers Black Crowes, hip-hop supergroup Mount Westmore with local legends E-40 and Too $ hort with Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg, Bay’s modern blues favorite. Area, Fantastic Negrito, DJ / producer Kygo and indie rock bands CHVRCHES and Spoon.
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The festival made the announcement Monday at 8 a.m. ahead of Tuesday’s on-sale date for three-day festival tickets. The complete program of the festival can be viewed at BottleRock website.
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The 3-day tickets go on sale tomorrow, January 11, at 10:00 a.m. PT.
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While the 2020 edition of the festival was canceled, last fall BottleRock 2021 drew full crowds to Napa with headliners Guns’ N Roses, Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus and Megan Thee Stallion. Even though COVID concerns led to the planned retirement of headliner Stevie Nicks and health concerns led replacement Chris Stapleton to cancel at the last minute, the sold-out event was widely hailed as a success, in part thanks to the festival’s pandemic safety protocols.
The three-day passes for the festival, priced at $ 369 to $ 4,350, are expected to go on sale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January 11, although American Express cardholders currently have early access to purchase tickets. tickets. For more information on purchasing passes, visit www.bottlerocknapavalley.com.
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