BottleRock Napa Valley passes to go on sale Dec. 11

Passes for the BottleRock Napa Valley 2020 music, wine, craft brew and culinary festival - to be held May 22-24 at the Napa Valley Expo fairgrounds in Napa - go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, at

Single-day passes cost $149. Three-day passes range in price from $349 to $4,350, with the highest price including face-to-face encounters with top musicians.

Next year’s musical lineup for the eighth annual event will be announced later.

Last spring’s stars included Neil Young, Carlos Santana, Mumford and Sons, Imagine Dragons and Jeff Goldblum among some 80 acts, drawing a crowd of 120,000 over three days.

The festival is presented by JaM Cellars. A limited number of passes will be available during this early pre-holiday sale.

The 3-Day General Admission Pre-Sale Pass, $349

Single Day General Admission Pre-Sale Pass, $149. Includes standard admission to all festival and its five stages of music, celebrity chef appearances, other attractions on the main grounds.

3-day VIP Pre-Sale Pass, $799.

Single Day 3-day VIP Pre-Sale Pass, $359. Includes admission the VIP Village with its premium bars, expanded culinary offerings, comfy seats, shade, live acoustic performances, VIP-only restrooms and more.

3-Day Skydeck Pre-Sale Pass $1,599. Includes VIP benefits plus access tov two Slydesk elevated viewing platforms and all-inclusive beer, cocktails and wines at the Skydeck bars, and in-and-out privileges.

There are also three-day and single-day passes offered to Marriott Bonvoy + American Express cardholders, which offer elevated and unobstructed views of the Main Stage and access to VIP Village and all VIP viewing areas. More information is available on the BottleRock site.

3-Day Platinum Pre-Sale Pass, $4,350. Includes meet-and-greets with selected artists and access to the Platinum Lounge, which serves complimentary daily signature dishes and snacks, complimentary beer, wine and cocktails, special parking sites, and other attractions offered to VIP and Skydeck tickets.

This story includes material from the San Jose Mercury News.

You can reach Staff Writer Dan Taylor at 707-521-5243 or On Twitter ?@danarts.

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