You’ve heard me rave about the great times Vivi and I had at BottleRock Napa two years in a row. I’ll say it again, we love family friendly outdoor concerts and festivals! The Sonoma Harvest Music Festival looks like it’s right up our alley!
Sonoma Harvest Music Festival at B.R. Cohn Canceled for 2020
July 17, 2020, Napa, CA — After careful consideration and in coordination with Sonoma County and state authorities, BottleRock Presents has announced the Sonoma Harvest Music Festival at B.R. Cohn has been canceled for 2020.
“Due to the pandemic and the County order to shelter in place, and pursuant to Sonoma County Code, we unfortunately are required to suspend the Sonoma Harvest Music Festival’s 2020 permit to protect public health and safety,” stated Tennis Wick, Director, County of Sonoma Permit & Resource Management Department.
“While we’re disappointed that we aren’t able to share great music paired with Sonoma County’s terrific food, wine and hospitality this year, this is the right decision,” said Dave Graham, Partner, BottleRock Presents. “The health and safety of the community is our primary concern.”
Details on the 2021 festival will be announced at a later date.
Festival pass holders will receive a full refund in as little as 30 days. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To keep up to date on additional details of the festival please visit www.sonomaharvestmusicfestival.com.
BottleRock Presents, the producers of BottleRock Napa Valley, announces two unique weekends of music for the 2019 Sonoma Harvest Music Festival, September 14 & 15 and 21 & 22, on the grounds of the historic B.R. Cohn Winery in Glen Ellen, Sonoma County.
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals and Ms. Lauryn Hill will headline the Festival first weekend, with Chvrches and Death Cab for Cutie topping the second weekend lineup.
“The inaugural Sonoma Harvest Music Festival was such a success in 2018 that we’ve doubled the fun,” said Dave Graham, Partner, BottleRock Presents. “The festival will now be two full weekends in 2019, with each weekend offering a unique lineup of terrific artists.”
Week one of the festival kicks off on Saturday, September 14, featuring Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Iration, The Record Company, Mandolin Orange and Maggie Koerner. Sunday, September 15 features Ms. Lauryn Hill, CeeLo Green, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, North Mississippi Allstars and Monophonics. Chvrches kicks off weekend two on Saturday, September 21, with Walk the Moon, MisterWives, Atlas Genius and The Score rounding out day one. Sunday, September 22 headliner Death Cab for Cutie will share the stage with Silversun Pickups, Cold War Kids, Mondo Cozmo and Nightly.
Children (2 and under) receive free entry with a ticketed adult. A ticketed adult can bring up to 1 child under 2 for free. All guests 2 and over must have a ticket/wristband.
“B.R. Cohn Winery has a longstanding music heritage and live music is in our DNA,” explained Pat Roney, CEO/Founder of Vintage Wine Estates, who purchased the winery in 2015. “We are thrilled to now have two weekends of incredible music in our beautiful natural amphitheater overlooking Olive Hill Vineyard.”
Situated in the picturesque Sonoma Valley, the festival reflects the essence of Sonoma wine country and features a much more intimate experience than most music festivals in the country. Highlighting the comfortable and approachable Sonoma County lifestyle, the Harvest Music Festival offers music, wine and food lovers an opportunity to experience a premium festival where every seat is steps from the artist in a beautiful, tucked away setting surrounded by stunning vineyard and mountain views.
In addition to great music in a beautiful setting, the Festival showcases Sonoma County’s world renowned wine and food by Sonoma’s culinary stars, including Zazu Kitchen + Farm, Thistle Meats, the girl and the fig, Hog Island Oysters, The Farmer’s Wife and Mariposa Ice Cream, among others. In addition, B.R. Cohn and other wineries from the Vintage Wine Estates portfolio, along with the region’s celebrated craft brewers will also be pouring their best during the two-day festival.
Two-day festival passes for both weekends range from $249 General Admission, to $499 VIP. Weekend passes will be available beginning Wednesday, June 12 at 10 a.m. PDT at www.sonomaharvestmusicfestival.com. Single day GA and VIP festival passes will be available at a later date. The Harvest Music Festival benefits Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation.