Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience returns for 2015 with a vibe you can feel, transforming Coachella Valley into an oasis for those in search of a good time, music, beer and wine. Set to rock the Empire Polo Fields, Slightly Stoopid, Ozomatli and Fishbone join the RWB lineup alongside a list of curated artists that can be found here. Boasting craft beers and unique wine blends, sip on the classics and find a new favorite during the tasting portion of the event. Anticipating the urge to stay a little longer? Go ahead. We're happy to announce on site camping for those who can't be bothered to pack up the party.
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3:00pm VIP 4:00PM General Admission
4:00 – 5:15 THE SUFFERS
5:40 - 6:50 Strangers You Know
7:00 - 7:45pm FISHBONE
8:15 – 9:15 OZOMATLI
9:45 SLIGHTLY STOOPID
Full cash bars will open after tasting.
When and where is the Rhythm, Wine and Brews Experience?
Date: Saturday, February 28th, 2015
Empire Polo Club, 81800 Ave. 51, Indio, CA 92201
Where can I buy tickets to the RWB Experience?
You can buy tickets online by visiting our ticket page, or you can by them at the gate the day of the Festival. The event will take place rain or shine. There are no refunds on ticket purchases.
Ages 14 and under are admitted for free.
What seating is available for the concert?
You can bring in folding chairs, towels or blankets to sit on the open grass areas in front of the main stage.
What can I bring into the RWB Experience?
You can bring in …
All ages welcome (must be 21 years of age or older to taste)
Hats, Sunglasses & Sunscreen
Digital and film cameras (non-professional)
*All bags are subject to search by security at the main gate.
Not allowed inside the RWB Experience …
No outside food or beverages
No audio recording devices
No video cameras
No bota bags
No chains / chain wallets
No drones, remote control aircraft, toys/cars
No drugs & drug paraphernalia
No fireworks / explosives
No laser pointers
No professional cameras
No refunds / exchanges / cancellations
No tailgating in parking lots
What is the Bottle Share & Kick-off Party? The Bottle Share event is open to Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience VIP ticket holders, Sponsors and Press. More Info
What are the rules for camping?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
From Interstate 10 take the Monroe St. exit. Head south on Monroe St. Look for the parking signs at Ave 50 and Monroe St.
81-800 Avenue 51
Indio, CA 92201
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