The third annual Bottlerock music festival kicks off Friday in Napa.
Headlining the event are alternative rockers No Doubt, former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant and Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons.
The music starts at about noon with Napa reggae-rock band Pion 2 Zion and concludes Sunday night with No Doubt's set.
Along the way, the festival also boasts performances from hip-hop artists Snoop Dogg and Public Enemy, Bay Area icons Michael Franti and Spearhead and Los Angeles rockers Los Lobos.
The event is also a showcase of local food, wine and beer from Napa and the surrounding region.
Now in its third year, the festival's future was questionable after the first festival in 2013 when production company BR Festivals couldn't pay millions of dollars to creditors and filed for bankruptcy.
After the first year it was taken over by a new company, Latitude 38 Entertainment.
Three-day general admission passes to the event are sold out, according to the Bottlerock website, but one-day tickets are still available starting at $139 for Friday and $149 for Saturday and Sunday.
Three-day VIP passes are also still available.
For more information about the festival or tickets visit www.bottlerocknapavalley.com.