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February 28th, 2015



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Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience

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  • The 4th Annual


    Rhythm, Wine & Brews
    Experience


    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.


    Empire Polo Club
    Indio, California

    Rhythm

    Slightly Stoopid

    Ozomatli

    Fishbone

    Strangers You Know

    The Suffers

    Penny Unniversity

    Wine

    Brew

    Tickets





    GA (No Tasting)


    • General Admission
    • Free Parking

    • *does not include general tasting

    $70




    GA


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

    $85




    VIP


    • Entrance to RWB Experience 3-11PM
    • Unlimited tastings 3-7PM
    • Access to VIP Lounge and Bar
    • A souvenir tasting glass
    • VIP Parking
    • Invitation to Friday night Bottle Share and Kick-off Party

    $150




    RESERVED


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

    $1000




    CABANA


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

    $5000




    CAMPING


    • RV and Tent Camping available
    • Opens Friday, February 27th at 2:00pm
    • Closes Sunday, March 1st at 12:00pm
    • Dry camping
    • No utilities or hookups

    From $20



    More Info

    The RWB iOS App

    The official app for the 4th annual Rhythm, Wine and Brews Experience.

    Use image recognition to scan wine and beer labels and easily access detailed winery, brewery and product descriptions, including history, winemaker/brewer notes, flavor profiles and product content.

    Submit ratings; share your personal tasting experiences with your friends and view real-time information including the festivals top-rated wine and beers, performance times, and more.

    FAQ





    When and where is the Rhythm, Wine and Brews Experience?
    Date: Saturday, February 28th, 2015
    Time: 3:00pm-11:00pm
    Location:
    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)
    Purses
    Backpacks
    Cell Phones
    Hats, Sunglasses & Sunscreen
    Digital and film cameras (non-professional)
    Folding Chairs
    Blankets/Towels
    *All bags are subject to search by security at the main gate.

    Not allowed inside the RWB Experience …
    No pets
    No outside food or beverages
    No umbrellas
    No knives/weapons

    What hotels and accommodations are located near the RWB Experience?
    La Quinta Hotel & Resort
    Miramonte Resort & Spa
    Indian Palms Country Club Hotel
    Embassy Suites
    Super 8
    The Royal Plaza

    What are the rules for camping?



    Other Questions?
    Email us at info@rwbexp.com




    Food



    Cousins Maine Lobster • The Mangler • Taco Shack • Maui Wowi

    AND MORE TO COME!


    Directions



    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




    Sponsors





    Media Sponsors






    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.