BottleRock 2016’s special features!

Greetings ModestoView Friends.
We are heading off to bottle rock so remember to take advantage of the many cool things happening this weekend. Don’t forget to download the AP, new shows, special presentations and more. Also, BottleRock vendors accept Apple Pay and Android Pay. See you at the festival. Remember top tag your pics #modestoview and we will share.

Crush Pad
Find all your favorite wines in one place at the all new Crush Pad!

Over 25 of our Napa Valley winery partners will be featured at the Crush Pad Wine Garden, located in the heart of the festival, so you’re never too far from your favorite glass of wine.

Craft Beer Gardens
Quench your thirst at our Craft Beer Gardens!

This year, there are two locations for even more great brews. Well-known craft beer and unique Northern California craft beer will be available to keep you and your crew refreshed all day long.

Catch some of your favorite artists at our aftershows in downtown Napa, a short walk from the grounds.

You can still buy tickets for Robert DeLong & Waters, The Pharcyde & K.Flay, Gogol Bordello and more. Grab your passes now before it’s too late.


Explore the festival grounds to discover art in 2016!

This year’s festival features new sculptures from Laura Kimpton and David Tanych and murals by JM Rizzi, Ian Ross, David Young and Zio Ziegler.

Silver Bullet Sports Bar

Grab a cold brew and kick back at the Silver Bullet Sports Bar.

New this year, Coors Light and Gree bring you an air-conditioned sports bar where you can get out of the sun and watch the game!

Silent Disco
Dance the night away at the Spritzr Silent Disco!

This year’s Silent Disco features 2 channels of sublime tunes by 23 of the Bay Area’s finest DJs representing Space Cowboys, Pink Mammoth, Opulent Temple, Dusty Rhino and many more.

Transportation & Parking
Take a look at our transportation page for details on all the ways to get to BottleRock including buses, carpooling, ridesharing services (Lyft and Uber), bike parking and flying.
Parking is a short walk from the venue! Get all the information you need and purchase parking passes here.

Family Zone
Visit the Family Zone between 11:30am and 6pm for jam sessions, fun hairdos, games and other kids activities. You’ll also find services for babies and parents.

Remember to bring proper ear protection to the festival for your little one as loud music isn’t safe for kids’ ears.

Water Refill Stations

CamelBak will be hosting water refill stations at the festival where you can get triple-filtered, UV treated water for free – just bring an empty bottle with you.

Empty water bottles and CamelBak-style water containers are allowed into the festival so you can fill up and stay hydrated.

Keep your device charged, stay connected during BottleRock and never miss a moment.

Revive My Power will be offering mobile power packs for rent and purchase at the festival.

Your wristband is your ticket to the festival. Store it safely and don’t forget to activate your wristband to claim it as yours alone.

Do not try on your wristband or tighten it until the festival. Wristbands must not be cut off or removed for the duration of the festival.

Download the mobile app on your Android or iPhone to listen to this year’s lineup, discover new artists, get music recommendations and build your schedule.

Or use the desktop schedule builder and easily sync your schedule to the app on your phone!



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About the Author:

Chris Murphy is the President and CEO of Sierra Pacific Warehouse Group and Publisher and Founder of ModestoView Inc. Chris worked globally in the cycling industry returning to Modesto in 1996. He is also the founder of the Modesto Historic Graffiti Cruise Route, Legends of the Cruise Walk of Fame, Modesto Rockin’ Holiday, the Modesto Music History Organization and co-founder of the Modesto Area Music Association. Chris is married to his artist wife Rebecca since 1985 and has two daughters Madison and Abigail, both graduating from Modesto High and UC Berkeley. He is lead singer and guitarist for his band, Third Party that donates their performances to non-profits.