These Annual Summer Festivals Have Rescheduled or Changed Formats to Keep the Magic Alive, Proving the Show Must Go On

Summer festival fix.

BottleRock Napa Valley

Rescheduled to October 2 – 4, 2020, BottleRock Napa Valley features the world’s top musicians and culinary stars. Master Sommeliers, celebrity chefs, and dozens of the region’s finest vintners, restaurateurs, and brewers rub shoulders with guests and rock out at this three-day celebration. In the meantime, the region is open for business in person and online. Whether it’s through a virtual wine tasting with your favorite winemaker, a pizza-making class with a Michelin-star chef, or a virtual hike on IGTV, Napa is serving up a wine-country escape to the comfort of your living room.

visitnapavalley.com / bottlerocknapavalley.com


Photo by Andre Joannisse

International Ocean Film Festival

Since its launch in 2004, the International Ocean Film Festival has attracted thousands of spectators of all ages, including film enthusiasts, water sports fans, educators, and environmental supporters. With the festival postponed indefinitely, the organizers have created the IOFF Home Edition, a personally curated list of highlights and award-winning International Ocean Film Festival films to enjoy anywhere.

intloceanfilmfest.org


Lollapalooza Chicago

Going strong since 2003, Lollapalooza Chicago is one of the biggest festivals in North America for breakthrough music, with over 170 live performances over four glorious days in gorgeous Grant Park. As the Lolla team works behind the scenes to determine the best path forward for this year’s festival, Lollapalooza is opening up its archives and giving you the opportunity to relive incredible past performances from Chicago and other cities around the world.

lollapalooza.com