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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

BottleRock 2015 Announces Lineup: Robert Plant, Imagine Dragons, No Doubt, and Snoop Dogg

Posted By on Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 9:17 AM

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BottleRock Napa Valley
, the three-day festival that takes over the city of Napa every Memorial Day weekend (this year it runs Friday, May 29 through Saturday, May 31) announced its lineup this morning, and it is long.

Initial impressions: If you thought last year was a '90s nostalgia-fest (Third Eye Blind, Smashmouth, The Spin Doctors), this year's contains some of the same (No Doubt, Snoop Dogg, Public Enemy), along with a healthy dose of bands whose target market audience is under the age of 35 (Foster the People, Passion Pit, Courtney Barnett), and then maybe a larger spoonful of funk, soul, and jam bands aimed at...well, that shit is ageless. 

We're definitely stoked to see so many locals included: Michael Franti with Spearhead, The Frail, Finish Ticket, Afrolicious, Fritz Montana, The Brothers Comatose, Con Brio, The Deadlies, grass child, The Trims, Eagle Wolf Snake, and others all call the Bay home. 

Tickets are now on sale for festival packages, starting at $235 for a general admission three-day pass. VIP passes go for $575, while the perfectly reasonable "limited availability" Platinum option will cost interested parties $2,500 or $3,000 for a lounge that includes "on-site concierge service and complimentary fine wines and food throughout the weekend...exclusive daily gourmet tasting menus prepared by celebrity Napa Valley chefs, premium cocktails, and rare Napa Valley wines selected and served by some of the top sommeliers in the world." Single-day tickets will be available for the plebians purchase soon. 

Anyway! Here's the whole list that was released today. Who are you excited to see?

BottleRock Napa Valley 2015

Imagine Dragons

No Doubt

Robert Plant

The Avett Brothers

Foster the People

Passion Pit

Snoop Dogg

Cage The Elephant

Young the Giant

Gipsy Kings

Capital Cities

AWOLNATION

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Portugal The Man

American Authors

Public Enemy

Trampled By Turtles

Los Lobos

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood

ZZ Ward

Echosmith

Brett Dennen

Scott Weiland & the Wildabouts

Lettuce

Los Amigos Invisibles

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

JJ Grey & Mofro

Xavier Rudd & The United Nations

Aer

The Mowglis

Courtney Barnett

Kopecky

Big Talk

Tristan Prettyman

People Under the Stairs

Vacationer

The Brothers Comatose

Knox Hamilton

The Last Internationale

Zella Day

Finish Ticket

Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds

Ryan Sims Band

The London Souls

MoonAlice

Grizfolk

Black English

Wild Ones

The Record Company

Kawehi

Emily Wolfe

Afrolicious

Con Brio

Wildlife Control

Sneakout

Transfer

Battle Tapes

The Trims

Fritz Montana

The Frail

Eagle Wolf Snake

Matt Moon

Sielle

The Iron Heart

The Bad Jones

Silverado Pickups

The Deadlies

grass child

Pion 2 Zion

Walsh

Napa Crossroads Live, featuring David Pack of Ambrosia, John Elefante of Kansas, Bill Champlin formerly of Chicago, and Jim Peterik, a  founding member of Survivor.

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