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How much are last-minute BottleRock Festival tickets?
BottleRock, one of the biggest genre-hopping music festivals of the year at the Napa Valley Expo.Just a few of the huge names set to grace the stages at the three-day extravaganza from May 26-28 include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lizzo, Post Malone, Duran Duran and Smashing Pumpkins.That’s not all though.Wu-Tang Clan, Sheryl Crow, Lil Nas X, The National and Carly Rae Jepsen will headline as well.Plus, Billy Strings, Leon Bridges, Nile Rodgers with Chic, Bastille and Lupe Fiasco are on the bill too.Heck, even classic rock icons War are dropping in for a set.It truly is a star-studded affair.And if you need last-minute passes for the annual celebration of music, we’re here to help.At the time of publication, our team found three-day passes going for as low as $497 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $230 before fees.Act fast though — there are very few tickets left so you really should buy sooner rather than later if you want to go.And as an added bonus for on the fence fans, Vivid Seats will have a dedicated ticket pick-up team at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Napa Valley (1075 California Blvd.) to ensure last minute BottleRock ticket pick-up is a breeze. Then, on top of that, you can enjoy their free festival swag while supplies last.Still need more information?We’ve got all the BottleRock Festival details to get you through the weekend below.A complete calendar including all multi-day and single-day pass options can be found right here.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
The Celebrity-Loved Palladium Boot Is the Best Festival Shoe
Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. For even the most seasoned festival dresser, choosing the right shoes can pose a seemingly impossible challenge. For festivals like Coachella and Stagecoach, one has to prioritize breathability to avoid overheating and sweat in the desert heat. But of course, skin-baring sandals are a wish death on the dust-heavy grounds of Indio Valley. And while classic sneakers like Converse Chuck Taylors or Nike Air Force 1s are a safe move for the miles of walking you’re bound to rack up throughout the weekend, you’ll have to accept that you might be matching with everyone in your direct vicinity. So, what’s the solution? The answer may lie in a decades-old company called Palladium Boots, whose Pampa boots were created in 1947 but whose roots actually go as far back as 1920 when the brand was originally founded to produced tires for the fledgling aviation industry. Since then, despite not being a household name, Palladium Boots has become a Hollywood fixture, adored by everyone from Brad Pitt to Kylie Jenner. And this past weekend at Coachella, Shawn Mendes made a convincing case that Palladium’s versatile and durable high-tops, which he paired with beige khakis and a white graphic tee, make for the perfect festival shoe.