All of Napa is currently abuzz about next month's inaugural BottleRock festival, which aims to be wine country's answer to Coachella or Bonnaroo. With four days of bands like Kings of Leon, The Black Keys, The Flaming Lips, and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, it's definitely a star-studded affair, and they're hoping to offer food to match. To that end, BottleRock has announced today that Cindy Pawlcyn's consulting arm will be handling food and beverage duties, with managing partner Sean Knight taking the lead on the project.
They've also announced the food and wine vendors for BottleRock, which includes a murderer's row of area restaurants: in addition to Pawlcyn's Mustards Grill and Fish Story, Oneotri, The Girl & the Fig, Farmstead, Gott's Roadside, ZuZu, and Tra Vigne will all be represented. Wineries will include Grgich Hills, Miner Family Vineyards, Silver Oak, Rombauer, and Sterling Vineyards, while Speakeasy, Goose Island, NapaSmith, Hangar 24, and Sierra Nevada will provide beer. Check out the full food lineup here, and wine lineup here. Tickets range from $329 for a three-day pass to $599 for a four-day VIP stay.
· BottleRock Napa Valley [Official website]