On Monday, BottleRock announced the lineup for its 2023 edition, which will also be its 10th anniversary.
This year's lineup features the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Post Malone, Lizzo, Duran Duran, Lil Nas X and Smashing Pumpkins at the top. With its announcement today, BottleRock also coincidentally beat fellow California fest Coachella, which typically makes it own annual lineup announcement bright and early on the first couple of business days in the new year.
Set for May 26-28 in Napa Valley, BottleRock will also feature performances from Leon Bridges, Billy Strings, Wu-Tang Clan, The National, Sheryl Crow, CAAMP, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Carly Rae Jepsen, Lupe Fiasco, Phantogram, Tove Lo, Bastille, Quinn XCII, Japanese Breakfast and more.
This year's lineup also includes Lucius, Cautious Clay, Kennyhoopla, Tom Odell, half•alive, Sudan Archives and others.
2023's upcoming music festival season follows the 2020 mass cancellations due to the pandemic, as well as the slow return of some fests in 2021. Last year, most large-scale festivals returned at full-scale, including Coachella, which ultimately scrapped its 2020 and 2021 editions and is clearly still trying to acclimate. Bonnaroo, one of the other top-tier annual fests, is also scheduled to make its own lineup announcement on Tuesday (Jan. 10).
Tuesday is also when three-day tickets for BottleRock go on sale at noon PST.
See the full lineup below.
The BottleRock 2023 lineup is HERE! 🥳🎶— BottleRock Napa (@BottleRockNapa) January 9, 2023
3-day tickets go on sale tomorrow, January 10, at noon PT. ✨ pic.twitter.com/KAxfofpzAz