Napa ready for long music and food weekend

May 8, 2013 by  

The BottleRock Napa Valley Music and Food Festival is about to take to the streets of Napa, beginning tomorrow.

Thousands of visitors are expected to turn out for the four-day event, which will take place in downtown Napa. This year’s lineup of amazing talent includes 12 comedians and over 60 artists. Talent includes such favorites as Jackson Browne, The Black Keys, Zac Brown Band, The Kings of Leon, and the Avett Brothers.

Large events such as the BottleRock Napa Valley Music and Food Festival might use printing companies throughout the surrounding area for a variety of printing services. Banner printing is almost always used at these types of festivals, and flyer printing, poster printing services are also likely to be needed.

Live performances will start each day of the festival at around 12:30 pm on three Expo stages. In addition, a large number of quality chefs and restaurants from the Napa valley will be on hand to offer visitors a multitude of food choices and snacks. Wine aficionados will also be able to sample various wines provided by more than 40 wineries in the area.

Passes for the BottleRock Festival range from $139 for a one-day pass to $399 for a pass that includes each day of the event. A portion of the proceeds collected will be distributed to various causes, including Autism Chords, the Bacchus Benefits Group, and a number of non-profit organizations.

The incredible celebration of food, fun, music, wine, beer and more will start tomorrow, May 9, and continue all weekend, ending on Sunday, May 12.