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BottleRock descends upon the tiny town of Napa

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WHERE DO I PARK?

There are 12,000 spaces for parking at BottleRock. Parking is $20 per prepaid space, $30 the day of the event. VIP pass holders can park for free in special lots. Five people in a vehicle equals a free space. Shuttles to the festival are free.

From the south: Parking lot is at the Napa Pipe property on Kaiser Road. Opens at 9am. Service starts at 10am, with shuttle frequency every 10 minutes; drop off is at Third Street and Soscol Avenue.

From the north: Parking lot is at Vintage High School and Napa High School (weekdays after 5pm, weekends all day). Service starts at 10:30am. Shuttle frequency is every 10 to 20 minutes; drop off is at Clay and Juarez streets.

Free valet bike parking is offered at Third Street and Soscol Avenue.

Round-trip buses are available from San Francisco, Oakland, Concord, San Rafael and Sacramento for $29 per seat.

BUS TRIP

Buses leave at 10am and arrive in Napa in time for the first act. Departure time from the festival is 11pm. There’s also a 1am bus for stragglers.

Bus pickups are: San Francisco Caltrain Station at AT&T Park (700 Fourth St.); San Francisco Union Square (335 Powell St.); Oakland Rockridge BART Station (5660 College Ave.); Concord BART Station (1451 Oakland Ave.); San Rafael, Marin Civic Center (10 Avenue of the Flags); and Sacramento Capitol (10th Street between L and N streets).

For more, see www.bottlerocknapavalley.com.

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