Gallery: Ed Sheeran caps day 3 of BottleRock Festival

Ed Sheeran performs on final day of BottleRock 2024. Photograph by Sugarwolf

Words and photographs by Sugarwolf

The third and final day of Napa Valley’s BottleRock ended with the festival’s largest three-day attendance since its humble beginnings. Ed Sheeran headlined the JaM Cellars stage while Queens of the Stone Age performed on the Verizon stage. Sunday’s lineup also included performances from Stephen Marley, Cannons, Dominic Fike, and The Offspring.

Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme performing on the Verizon stage. Photograph by Sugarwolf
Festival goers find a myriad of food options in the Culinary Garden. Photograph by Sugarwolf
Cupcake girls hawk Sara’s cupcakes. Photograph by Sugarwolf
The Offspring draws a massive crowd to the Verizon stage. Photograph by Sugarwolf
Attendees take photos at a popular art sculpture. Photograph by Sugarwolf
BottleRock merch on display. Photograph by Sugarwolf
A large crowd gathers at the Verizon stage for Queens of The Stone Age. Photograph by Sugarwolf

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