BottleRock 2024

Napa Valley's Vine Transit bus system offers free rides and extended, late-night service all weekend- including regional express service to BART.

All rides on the Vine bus during BottleRock Napa Valley (May 24-26) will be free if you’re going to the concert or just getting around town.

To make it easier and quicker to get around during the three-day concert, Vine buses will be staying up late with extended (free) services across the Valley. That includes late-night routes that connect with BART, making it easy to get to and from the Bay Area. Routes also connect to the Vallejo Ferry.

Buses will carry concert-goers to and from the Soscol Gateway Transit Center at 625 Burnell St., Napa, just a 4-minute walk from the Napa Valley Expo where BottleRock takes place. It’s easier than ever to avoid the headache of driving, parking and traffic.

Look for a full BottleRock bus schedule coming soon, but highlights include:

Local City of Napa Routes (A-G)

  • Friday: Normal weekday schedule with added late-night service immediately following festival
  • Saturday: Normal Saturday schedule with added late-night service immediately following festival
  • Sunday: Added Sunday service
    • All service beginning btw hours of 10:00am and 11:00am
    • All service ending between 4:00pm and 6:24pm
    • Added late night service immediately following festival

Route 10/11

  • Friday: Normal weekday schedule with added late-night service from the Transit Center immediately following festival
  • Saturday: Normal Saturday schedule with added late-night service from SGTC immediately following festival
  • Sunday: Normal Sunday schedule with added late-night service from SGTC immediately following festival

Route 29

  • Friday: Beginning with 10:15am NB trip from El Cerrito del Norte (until final NB trip at 6:45pm) – will stop at SGTC
  • Saturday/Sunday: Added 2 NB trips from El Cerrito del Norte to Napa on Saturday and Sunday mornings
  • Added late night service from SGTC immediately following festival Fri-Sun

This extended service is courtesy of BottleRock Napa Valley and the Napa Valley Vintners. It is the seventh year Vine has offered free rides to all concert-goers, residents, and visitors in the area and extended its local service hours to accommodate late-night riders leaving the concert.