Having just finished up the inaugural BottleRock Napa Valley over the weekend, organizers have already announced the dates for 2014.
The second annual BottleRock is set for May 9-11.
"We did the impossible in less than six months and the people responded," said Festival Co-Founder Gabe Meyers. "BottleRock Napa Valley was a dream my business partner Bob Vogt and I had. To sit here Mother's Day weekend and celebrate the birth of a new Northern California festival feels incredible.
"A big thank you goes out to all the artists, believers, fans and especially our crew that joined us for this first year event and made it a spectacular start. Did I mention we're tired?"
The 2014 BottleRock will be three full days -- one less than during the inaugural affair.
The lineup for next year has not been announced. The 2013 bill included such acts as the Black Keys, Alabama Shakes, Kings of Leon and Zac Brown Band.
A promotional code is being emailed to those who bought tickets to the inaugural event through the festival's ticketing partner. Fans can then use the promotional code to buy tickets for the 2014 festival. A three-day pass costs $329.
For more information, visit www.bottlerocknapavalley.com.
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