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Posted on: September 1, 2021

[ARCHIVED] BottleRock is Almost Here: What You Need to Know

BottleRock 2021

BottleRock is just around the corner and we wanted to make sure you had all the pertinent information! 

See below for some general information, street closures and parking updates you might find useful this weekend, whether you are attending the show or just trying to get around town. Please note that Downtown Napa businesses will be accessible and open.

As a reminder, masks are required when visiting any indoor public setting or workplace in Napa County. BottleRock attendees are required to either provide proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours to attend the event. Learn more about the health and safety protocols:

Questions about BottleRock? Please direct any questions or concerns about BottleRock to Latitude 38 Entertainment at 1-888-294-8804, extension 811, email at [email protected] or visit

Parking Information

BottleRock will offer event parking throughout downtown Napa, including some downtown parking garages. Visit for detailed information. Please note that street parking will be limited for much of the area around the Napa Valley Expo and surrounding neighborhoods. 

Taxis and Rideshare (such as Lyft or Uber)

On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, there will be designated pick up and drop off areas on 3rd Street between Main and Randolph Street. There will be no commercial pick up or drop offs in the event area.


Napa Valley’s VINE Transit offers free rides and extended, late-night service September 3rd through the 5th – including regional express service to BART, courtesy of the Napa Valley Vintners. Learn more:

Road Closures and Restrictions

Daytime closures and restrictions will be in place from Friday through Sunday from 8 AM – 8 PM. Additional nighttime closures and restrictions will be in place Friday through Sunday from 8 PM – 1 AM. All closures and restrictions are subject to change.

Beginning Friday, 9/3, from 8 AM through Monday, 9/6, at 1 AM:

    Juarez Street from Napa Valley Expo through First Street will be CLOSED to event patrons but open to residents and business owners. 

    Sousa Lane between Soscol and Silverado will be CLOSED to traffic.

    3rd Street between Soscol Avenue and Silverado Trail will be CLOSED. 

    4th street, Lawrence and Bailey south of 3rd St. will be closed.   

    Burnell Street, as well as 6th, 7th, and 8th Streets east of Soscol Avenue, will be CLOSED beginning Friday, 9/3 at 5:30 PM to event patrons but open to residents and business owners.

Nightly Closure 8 PM – 11:30 PM: 

    3rd Street between Soscol Avenue and Silverado Trail will be CLOSED.  

*Drivers leaving the City from north of the Festival are encouraged north to use Lincoln Ave to Hwy 29 as southbound Soscol Avenue has planned lane merging and lane closures at the General Admission Parking Areas.  

Residents and guests in closure areas are advised to carry identification or other proof of residency to gain access. If there is a need to travel across Napa, travelers are advised to take alternate routes (Lincoln Avenue/Imola Avenue/Trancas Street). Be advised of potential traffic delays in the area of Soscol Avenue from Pearl Street to Silverado Trail.

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