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BottleRock 2022

A preview into BottleRock 2022

BottleRock 2022

It is the eve of BottleRock 2022 — a few months after an amazing 2021 comeback festival. This years festival features another amazing year full of cuisine, liquor, and a lineup full of music, celebrity guests and chefs.

Let's take a look at this years lineup.

The Music Lineup

BottleRock 2022

Here at The Odyssey Online, we will make sure to check out all that the festival has to offer. We will make a number of stops around the festival to interact with fans, bands, and more. We will check out all the festival has to offer from food to liquor to the music and culinary stages. Here are a few acts we are very excited to see: Greta Van Fleet, Spoon, Twenty One Pilots, The Black Crowes, and more.

Learn more about the artists:

The schedule:

The Culinary Stage

BottleRock 2022

The Culinary Stage is one of the most unique parts of the music festival. Not only do you get to try all sorts of wine, mixed drinks, fand ood from around the Bay Area — there is an exclusive experience that the fans get to see. You are able to see famous chefs cook on stage, often times with legendary sports players from around the bay or musicians from the festival lineup. We are personally looking forward to seeing George Kittle, Twenty One Pilots and Michael Mina take the stage!

Learn more about food and drink here:

For more information on the festival, please stay tuned for our final coverage of the festival and our day by day coverage, which will be shown here and on Instagram (@28laurentaylor).

Below are more helpful links to future and current events the festival will be in relation to:

BottleRock AfterDark:

Sonoma Harvest Music Festival:

For more information on BottleRock 2022: click here.

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