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June 20, 2019 | JaM Cellars

Best BottleRock Ever?

Best BottleRock Ever?

We danced in the rain, sipped Butter in the JaMPad, and had the best time EVER JaMming at BottleRock 2019. Should we relive our favorite moments? We think yes.

The JaM bands kept coming… The most bands ever played the JaMPad this year. Fifteen outstanding JaMSessions with 97.3’s Jayn kept us moving to the beat whenever the JaM Cellars Stage was on break (and whenever we needed a Frosé refill!) We got up close and personal with Michael Franti, Skylar Grey, lovelytheband, Elle King, Bishop Briggs and so many more—all listed on a sweet lithographed JaMPad lineup poster that went home with 500 lucky festival go-ers. Did you catch the livestreams? #TakeMeBack with our fun wrap video below. 

Sparkled Up at the CandyCabana - Thanks to the Glitter Girls at the CandyCabana, we were bright and shining for every photo op. Especially pics with Cali The Candy Unicorn and our fabulous new selfie station. So many pics of BottleRockers sippin’ on California Candy Frosé—all day!

Just Add Butter - All that dancing really worked up a thirst and JaMFans celebrated their favorite chard (🎶 We got that Butter Chardonnay 🎶) JaM Cabernet, and California Candy Dry Rosé. We didn’t miss a beat (or a sip of Butter) over at the Culinary Stage as Alice Cooper, Questlove, Big Boi and more took the stage and raised a glass to let the good times keep cooking.  

Turn Up at the JaM Cellars Stage - Elle King rocking out was, of course, one of the highlights at the JaM Cellars Stage this year, but how amazing were our headliners, Imagine Dragons, Neil Young, and Mumford and Sons?!

Let’s do it all again (and again) - Were you JaM’ing out with us from afar? Or need to relive the moments from home (or your desk)? Check out our livestream videos saved to keep the good vibes rolling all summer long. See you next year, BottleRock-ers!

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