In addition to the three headliners-stars all of them-Bruno Mars will perform. On Monday, BottleRock Napa Valley announced Mars will headline this year's three-day event alongside The Killers and Muse.
Last year's festival featured headlining sets by Maroon 5, Foo Fighters and one of the final shows from Tom Petty, who passed away in 2017. Daily lineups and single-day sales will be announced later.
The rest of the lineup features some of the biggest names in indie rock, hip, hop, electronica, soul and more. The lineup will also be a showcase for the offspring of legendary musicians, such as Willie Nelson's son Lukas and his band Promise of the Real, and George Harrison's son Dhani.
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The festival, which takes place May 25-27 over Memorial Day weekend, offers even more beyond the music given its location in the heart of wine country. The high-end festival, now in its sixth year, highlights the best in Northern California cuisine and wine and includes the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage, combining world renown chefs with musical performers for live cooking demonstrations. Last year, the festival hosted Martha Stewart, José Andrés, Masaharu Morimoto and many others to provide excellent food for guests.