311 was formed in 1990 in Omaha, Nebraska by singer/guitarist Nick Hexum, singer S.A. Martinez, guitarist Tim Mahoney, drummer Chad Sexton and bassist P-Nut. Since 1993, the band has made their home in Southern California.

311 mix rock, reggae, hip-hop and funk into their own unique hybrid sound. And after years of non-stop touring, 311 have developed a reputation as one of the most dynamic & entertaining live bands in the U.S.

311 have released eleven studio albums, a greatest hits album, three DVD's & a box set - and have sold 9 million albums in the U.S. Nine of their albums have reached the Top 10 on Billboard's Top 200 Sales Chart...and nine of their singles have reached the Top 10 on Billboard's Alternative Rock Radio Chart (including the #1 singles Down, Love Song & Don't Tread On Me - along with Amber, All Mixed Up, Come Original and Sunset in July).

In celebration of their 25th Anniversary, 311 released the 311 ARCHIVE box-set on June 29, 2015… A special 4 CD collection including 81 tracks plus a 60 page book of rare photos & memorabilia.

The band's celebratory live shows & incessant touring schedule have earned them a massive grassroots following nationwide. 311 has headlined their Summer Tour for the past 17 consecutive years. Support acts on previous 311 tours have included Sublime with Rome, Cypress Hill, The Offspring, Slightly Stoopid, Snoop Dogg, The Roots, Matisyahu, and Ziggy Marley.

For more info visit www.311.com


Matisyahu first made a name for himself with his album Live at Stubbs, and Youth quickly followed. Both albums subsequently went Gold and Youth was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. 2009's Light reached #1 on the Reggae Albums chart and stayed in the top spot for 34 weeks. His fourth studio album, Spark Seeker, also debuted at #1 on the Reggae chart, marked his relocation from Brooklyn to Los Angeles and found him working with Dr. Luke protégé KoOoL Kojak.

Akeda (out June 3rd), Matisyahu's fifth studio, was recorded in Brooklyn's Studio G and produced by Dub Trio's Stu Brooks. The material for the album was written both in Matisyahu's Los Angeles home and while on tour. Matisyahu states,

"This record and period of my life deal with madness, listening for and following the inner intuitive voice, a small still sound. This record deals with love, with feelings of brokenness and humility, with humanity, struggle, and sacrifice."

For more info visit matisyahuworld.com



Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Dream Club are a group of friends who celebrate the spirit of their hometown and it's rich musical history by playing rock and roll thick with 3-part harmonies, sun drenched melodies and haunting lyrics which evoke the spirits of the canyons, beaches, hills, valleys and alleys.

With Justin Warfield (She Wants Revenge) singing and playing guitar, his childhood best friend Gianni Garofalo (Supernaut, One Inch Punch) on bass, Justin "Dusty" Rocherolle (Green And Yellow TV, Great Northern) on drums, Stefanie King-Warfield (The Parallelograms) singing and playing percussion, and Jamie Arentzen (American Hi-Fi) on lead guitar, the five piece band (sometimes 6 with the addition of keys) blend their native California Rock with hard-edged rhythms, extended solos and catchy, catchy songs.




Formed in early 2015 by musicians from around the greater Los Angeles area, Insecure Alex is composed of four artists joined together after various musical ventures. Featuring Mark Vasquez on lead vocals; Alex Endonino on guitar and vocals; Francis Galluppi on drums; and Scott Holmes on Bass guitar, the band has performed multiple shows at venues across the city.

Coming of age in the cultural and societal melting-pot that is Los Angeles, Insecure Alex’s blend of hip-hop, alternative rock, and soul, was not only inspired by their eclectic taste in music—having been raised listening to oldies, hip-hop, punk and classic rock—but is also perfectly in-tune with the diversity that defines the cities’ music scene. Having released two singles— Changes and Tanzanite Sky (California) — the band is currently hard at work finishing an EP to be released in early 2016, and is looking forward to playing at the Rhythm Wine & Brews Experience, a festival once headlined by groups such as Slightly Stoopid, Ozomatli, and Fishbone.



If music is food for the soul, then The BellRays are Thanksgiving. At a BellRays show, they know how to cook! Lisa Kekaula and Bob Vennum dish up plate after plate, hot and ready to eat.

Each song gives you flavors that both taste good going down and make you wonder what's in it. Yes, the ingredients are important, blues, punk, rock, R&B...But even the best ingredients, used too much or too little, can ruin the experience and tire out the senses.

The BellRays have been perfecting this recipe for years now and may not win awards, but if you are in earshot no one leaves hungry.

The BellRays give you not only what you crave, but what you need in every bite.

For more info visit thebellrays.com


Long Duk Dong

Performing Friday Night @ Bottle Share

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Out of the Haze of the 1980's comes one of Southern California's premier party bands. LONG DUK DONG is a new-wave / old-skool cover band that gets the party started. Playing a great mix of songs you remember from junior-high dances, MTV (when they played music), and countless movie soundtracks and tv shows that aired throughout the decade remembered simply as the 80's.

High energy singing backed by amazing keyboards and an awesome set of electric drums.... just close your eyes and you are back in the era of pinned jeans, Ronald Reagan and the Atari 2600.

The dance floor is always open for new wave hits, such as (Keep Feeling) Fascination, Sweet Dreams, Der Kommissar. Slow dance to True, Head Over Heels, or Voices Carry. Or get down to Push It, Big Poppa, or Ice Ice Baby. That is how the Donger Rolls.

Between Songs, we keep it 80s with clips and quotes from your favorite shows and movies.

For the total 80's experience just call on LONG DUK DONG!


Ghost Pines Winemaker's

Carnivor Cabernet

Starborough Wine Company

Vin Vault Premium Wines

Dark Horse Wines

Lorimar Winery

More Coming Soon...


Ballast Point

Barly Forge Brewing

Black Market

Brew Rebellion

Coronado Brewing


Figueroa Mountain

Firestone Walker


La Quinta Brewing

King Harbor


New Belgium


Three Weavers

More Coming Soon...


GA (No Tasting)

  • General Admission
  • Free Parking
  • *Does not include general tasting

  • $70


  • Entrance to the RWB Experience 4-11PM
  • Free Tastings from 4-7 PM
  • A souvenir tasting glass
  • Free Parking

  • $85

VIP (Limted Tickets)

  • Entrance to RWB Experience 3-11PM
  • Free Tastings from 3-7PM (Extra Hour)
  • Access to VIP Lounge and Bar
  • A souvenir tasting glass
  • VIP Parking
  • Friday night Bottle Share & Kick-off Party more info

  • $150


  • 2 Reserved Couches
  • 4 Vip passes
  • Private cocktail server & bottle service if desired

  • $1000


  • Private cabana
  • 12 VIP passes
  • Complementary snack, beer, water & sodas.
  • Private cocktail server & bottle service if desired

  • $5000


  • RV and Tent Camping available
  • Opens Friday, March 4th 2:00pm
  • Closes Sunday, March 6th at 12:00pm
  • Dry camping
  • No utilities or hookups
  • Showers available
  • Camping can be added a checkout

  • From $30


Information about food is coming soon...


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


A portion of the proceeds from the Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience benefit the Casey Lee Ball Foundation.

The Casey Lee Ball Foundation is a nonprofit organization where 100% of every dollar donated goes directly to pediatric kidney research. There are over 50 terminal diseases, yet kidney research has no famous spokesperson, no glamour, and as a result, it is dramatically under-funded. Casey Lee Ball, third son of Sterling Ball, President of Ernie Ball, Inc., was diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease at age two. At age five, while Casey and Sterling were recuperating from kidney transplant surgery at UCLA, they decided to create the Casey Lee Ball Foundation.

In the last six years over seven million dollars has been raised for the Casey Lee Ball Foundation. This is a true charity. No one will make any money from these auctions except pediatric kidney disease researchers dressed in white coats! Again, every dollar raised goes directly to research. There are no administrative fees, no overhead, and all management, accounting, and legal fees are done pro bono.

Our fundraising efforts help to pay for much needed research at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Texas Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s hospital and the Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA. As a result of this research, several new medicines have made it to market in record time and are now helping to reduce the side effects of kidney transplant anti-rejection medicines. At present, a transplant is only a treatment, not a cure for kidney disease.

When you go to UCLA for Kidney disease treatment, you go to the the Casey Lee Ball Kidney Research Center, where we endowed a chair. This represents a million dollar contribution and one of only six chairs at UCLA that are endowed, ensuring kidney research will go on in perpetuity.