Vintner Vinyl * Monday Nights* Pink Girl Wines @ City Winery Napa |
ANNOUNCING: The Launch of CW Napa’s Vintner Vinyl series!
Join us at 6:30p for a complimentary tasting. Additionally enjoy specials on other delicious wines that we offer by the bottle.
Featuring: Pink Girl Wines
Starting Monday, August 11th, come see some of Napa’s favorite vintners show their stuff behind the bar – and the turntable! We’ll listen to their favorite tunes and serve up their delicious wines. Every week promises complimentary tap wine samples and specials on bottled wines from the featured vintner – and, of course, the charms of the vintners themselves! Support them by swinging by for tune & a glass of wine anytime after 6:30p every Monday.
NVOH PRESENTS: RIDERS IN THE SKY PRESENT CHRISTMAS THE COWBOY WAY @ City Winery Napa |
Riders In The Sky are truly exceptional! By definition, empirical data, and critical acclaim, they stand "hats & shoulders" above the rest of the purveyors of C & W - "Comedy & Western!"
For more than thirty years Riders In The Sky have been keepers of the flame passed on by the Sons of the Pioneers, Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, reviving and revitalizing the genre. And while remaining true to the integrity of Western music, they have themselves become modern-day icons by branding the genre with their own legendary wacky humor and way-out Western wit, and all along encouraging buckaroos and buckarettes to live life "The Cowboy Way!"
Riders In The Sky are exceptional not just in the sense that their music is of superlative standards (they are the ONLY exclusively Western artist to have won a Grammy, and Riders have won two), but by the fact that their accomplishments are an exception to the rule as well.
Riders In The SkyThat Riders In The Sky was even formed is a feat of improbable likelihood. What are the odds that a theoretical plasma physicist, a wildlife manager - galvanizer - Life Scout, an English major - shot putter - Bluegrass Boy, and a Polka Hall of Fame member would collectively become "America's Favorite Cowboys?" And even more unlikely is that 30-plus years later, the original members are still "bringing good beef to hungry people" while putting up Ripken-like numbers! The Rolling Stones only made it a few years before replacing Brian Jones; the Sons of the Pioneers constantly changed personnel; even the Ringo-era Beatles only lasted 8 years. (Perhaps Too Slim, as a sophomore writer for the University of Michigan Daily, had an ulterior motive in 1969 by propagating the rumor that Paul McCartney was dead! It's true... go ahead and Google "Paul is dead rumor"...) But the key to keeping the same founding members intact for three decades on the road is more easily explained: "Separate hotel rooms," cracks Ranger Doug!
Riders In The Sky's first official public performance was Nov. 11, 1977, at the erstwhile Nashville nightspot "Phranks & Steins." Taking the stage that night for a crowd of eight or nine (counting Herr Harry behind the bar) were Ranger Doug (Idol of American Youth) on arch-top guitar and baritone vocals, and Too Slim (A Man Aging Like Fine Cheese) on bunkhouse bass, face, and tenor vocals. A chain saw may have been in the mix somewhere that night, but was soon retired. Replacing the chain saw was Woody Paul (King of the Cowboy Fiddlers) on fiddle, tenor vocals and rope tricks, and the launch was successful! They subsequently added the "Stomach Steinway" stylings of Joey the Cowpolka King on accordion and baritone vocals, much to the delight of 'Polkaholics' everywhere.
Riders In The SkyAs a classic cowboy quartet, the trail has led them to heights they could have never predicted. Riders have chalked up over 6100 concert appearances in all 50 states and 10 countries, appearing in venues everywhere from the Nashville National Guard Armory to Carnegie Hall, and from county fairs to the Hollywood Bowl. Their cowboy charisma and comedic flair made them naturals for TV, and landed them their own weekly show on TNN, as well as a Saturday morning series on CBS. They have been guests on countless TV specials, documentaries and variety shows, appearing with everyone from Barney to Penn & Teller. And their animated likenesses have shared the screen with Daffy Duck on the Cartoon Network, and the Disney Channel's Stanley. If you consider their compositional credits, one might call them "Writers In The Sky!" In addition to penning award winning songs for their own albums, they wrote the score for Pixar Animation's 2002 Academy Award-winning short "For the Birds." They composed the theme song for the internet cartoon show "Thomas Timberwolf" by renowned Bugs Bunny creator Chuck Jones. But the animated character that history will most certainly link to Riders In The Sky is the loveable cowboy Woody, as Riders performed "Woody's Round Up" in "Toy Story 2," with the album of the same name garnering Riders their first Grammy Award in 2001 for "Best Musical Album for Children." Two years later, Riders roped their second Grammy in the same category, for "Monsters Inc. - Scream Factory Favorites," the companion CD to Pixar's award winning movie.
Equally as exceptional, but of greater significance, is that in 1982, Riders In The Sky became the first, and to date only, exclusively Western music artist to join the Grand Ole Opry, the longest running radio show in history, and thus began a love affair with radio as well. In 1988, they recorded comedy skits for the album "Riders Radio Theatre" and launched the long-running international weekly radio show of the same name on public radio. And keeping pace with the ever-changing technological landscape, in 2006 "Ranger Doug's Classic Cowboy Corral" debuted on XM Satellite Radio, still heard weekly on SiriusXM Channel 56.
Riders In The SkyExceptional artists also appeal to a diverse and broad-based cross section of their adoring public. Riders In The Sky's music and comedy delights cowboys and cowgirls of all ages, and from all walks of life. Riders are equally at ease amusing a theatre full of children as they are enthralling a symphony audience accompanied by 50 or 60 classically trained instrumentalists, or even an NCO club full of servicemen during a USO Tour. Riders have performed at the White House for both Democratic and Republican administrations, and at Major League Baseball's winter meetings for both American and National Leagues (although with an admitted bias for the Detroit Tigers). With their ability to persuade cowpokes on both sides of the fence to set aside their differences for a brief escape from day-to-day tribulations, is it any wonder that Riders have a virtual home called "Harmony Ranch?"
Ultimately, exceptional careers do not go unnoticed, and throughout theirs, Riders In The Sky have been honored regularly. In addition to being inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, Riders are in the Western Music Association's Hall of Fame, the Country Music Foundation's Walkway of Stars, and the Walk of Western Stars (in Newhall, CA near Melody Ranch Studios) along with Gene, Roy, John Wayne and other cowboy legends. No less important than their two Grammies, Riders have been the Western Music Associaton's "Entertainers Of the Year" seven times, and won "Traditional Group of the Year" and "Traditional Album of the Year" multiple times. The Academy of Western Artists has named them "Western Music Group of the Year" twice in 5 years, and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has bestowed Riders with their Wrangler Award statuette three times. It comes as no surprise then that Billboard magazine's Jim Bessman counts them as one of "the most historically significant acts in the history of American music."
Yes, it would be "The Easy Way" to call it a career after 30-plus years, but it wouldn't be..."The Cowboy Way!" And so, the never-ending trail drive continues. The ponies are rested and watered, and America's Favorite Cowboys are ready to saddle up and ride, bringing good beef to hungry people wherever they may be. Yes, Riders In The Sky are truly an exception to the rule. Contact: City Winery
Napa at the Historic Napa Valley Opera
1030 Main Street
VIP $35.00 Premier $30.00 Reserved $25.00
Tom Duarte @ Uva Trattoria |
Jazz, Latin, Flamenco!
Duarte's musical style is firmly based in traditional Latin music, while referencing elements of funk and jazz fusion. His playing remains beautiful and communicative throughout, reflecting a true sense of the gypsy spirit. In his solo acoustic playing, as well as in his searing electric solos, he plays with a passion that equally captivates the listener.
Contact: Uva Trattoria
1040 Clinton Street, Napa
Mike Greensill @ Silo's |
No Cover! $6 Drink Specials!
After graduating in 1972 from Leeds College of Music in England, Mike toured Europe and the Far East and lived in Hong Kong for 4 years before finally settling into his adopted home, San Francisco, in 1977. Well known in his role as musical director to acclaimed vocalist Wesla Whitfield with whom he has recorded twenty albums, Mike is also resident piano player on Sedge Thomson's weekly Public Radio show to the world, "West Coast Live" - more info at wcl.org. Mike can also be caught playing jazz with his trio in many a Bay Area saloon and jazz club.
Contact: Silo's Napa
530 Main Street, Napa
CHARLIE HUNTER AND SCOTT AMENDOLA @ City Winery Napa |
Scott Amendola: For Scott Amendola, the drum kit isn’t so much an instrument as a musical portal. As an ambitious composer, savvy bandleader and capaciously creative foil for some of the world’s most inventive musicians, Amendola applies his wide-ranging rhythmic virtuosity to a vast array of settings. His closest musical associates include guitarists Jeff Parker, Nels Cline and Charlie Hunter, Hammond B-3 organist Wil Blades, ROVA saxophonist Larry Ochs, and Tin Hat clarinetist Ben Goldberg, players who have each forged a singular path within and beyond the realm of jazz.
While rooted in the San Francisco Bay Area scene, Amendola has woven a dense and far-reaching web of bandstand relationships that tie him to influential artists in jazz, blues, rock and new music. A potent creative catalyst, the Berkeley-based drummer become the nexus for a disparate community of musicians stretching from Los Angeles and Seattle to Chicago and New York. Whatever the context, Amendola possesses a gift for twisting musical genres in unexpected directions. By employing custom designed electronics, including looping machines, pedals and ring modulators, he’s continually expanding his sonic palette, exploring textures and rhythms with an improvisational sensibility.
“The electronics are an extension of my voice as a drummer and musician,” Amendola says. “People know me as a drummer, and as a growing musician it makes sense to do new things. It’s all about capturing sound. The loops are all improvised, and I start each performance with a blank slate.”
Since reuniting to tour and record as a power duo in 2010, New Jersey’s seven-string guitar wizard Charlie Hunter and Berkeley’s drummer extraordinaire Scott Amendola have covered many thousands of miles on the road and released two acclaimed albums: 2012’s recession-inspired Not Getting Behind is the New Getting Ahead and 2013’s Pucker. The first CD focused exclusively on Hunter’s compositions and the second showcased Amendola’s writing. But with the viability of the CD looking more tenuous than ever for indie artists, the duo is forging a new path for disseminating their music while maintaining the programmatic potential of the album format. Over the next four months Hunter and Amendola are releasing four 5-track EPs, each focusing on the music of a particular artist or act.
The project opens with ingenious distillations of Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn gems such as “Rockin’ In Rhythm,” “Daydream” and “Mood Indigo.” From Cole Porter’s songbook, they interpret standards, including “Too Darn Hot,” “Every Time We Say Goodbye” and “Anything Goes.” Country music and jazz are often cast as antithetical styles, but the truth is far more complicated. For Hunter and Amendola, a great song is simply a great song, and they find plenty of grist for improvisation in Hank Williams’ classics like “Cold Cold Heart,” and “Ramblin’ Man.” They find fertile ground even further afield from typical jazz fare in the music of new wave rockers The Cars, digging into hits like “Candy-O,” and “Let’s Go.” “The idea is to do these four and see how people respond,” Hunter says. “We started thinking why do we keep making 10-song CDs. I don’t necessarily want to do 10 Hank Williams songs, but five can work well. As long as the song is good we can put it through the mill, like what we did with T.J. Kirk and the Bob Marley album I made.” Amendola and Hunter first played together two decades ago when Hunter was a rising star on the Bay Area acid jazz scene and Amendola was a recent arrival from the East Coast.
They collaborated in Hunter’s trio and the Grammy-nominated quartet T.J. Kirk, but didn’t have many opportunities to work together after Hunter relocated to Brooklyn. They reconnected in 2010 through clarinetist Ben Goldberg’s earthy project Go Home, which led to a series of duo gigs around Europe and the US. “It’s always been amazing whenever we play, but it keeps growing, getting more intuitive,” Amendola says. “What Charlie does is so uncanny. When you watch him play, it’s hard to understand what he’s doing, but when you close your eyes it’s so beautiful and deep and compelling.” Contact: City Winery
Napa at the Historic Napa Valley Opera
1030 Main Street
VIP $25.00 Reserved $20.00 Premier $20.00
Chill-Out Acoustic Jazz Guitar *Jess Knubis* @ Fish Story |
Chill-Out Acoustic Jazz Guitar *Jess Knubis* @ Fish Story
Solo guitarist and vocalist Jess Knubis performs original compositions, jazz standards and memorable pop tunes with an engaging and masterful style!
Wednesdays & Thursdays 5-9 p.m. Happy Hour 4:30-6 p.m. Full Bar · Great New Menu
Individual Dates & Times: *
Nov 26, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Wed)
Nov 27, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Thu)
Dec 3, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Wed)
Dec 4, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Thu)
Dec 10, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Wed)
Dec 11, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Thu)
Dec 17, 2014: 5 pm - 9 pm (Wed)
Contact: Fish Story
Main Street, Napa
3 on a Match @ Uva Trattoria |
"FROM DYLAN TO DELTA"
Original music, Folk and DELTA BLUES by Smokin Joe Herrschaft and "SteelHead" Christopulos.
3 On a Match are a blues duo comprised of Smokin Joe Herrschaft (vocals /harmonica) and Paul "Steelhead"Christopulous (National slide guitar). Together since 2006, they have covered many genres/artists as well as providing original songs.
Although primarily a duo, the team has been known to beef up the roster with an occasional drummer and/or bass player depending on the needs of any particular gig.
Some material that they have been known to cover is that of Howlin Wolf, (early) Rolling Stones, Mississippi John Hurt, Bob Dylan and Sonny Boy Williamson.
Contact: Uva Trattoria
1040 Clinton Street, Napa
Todd Morgan & The Emblems with Kristen Van Dyke @ Silo's Napa |
From rock to pop; rockabilly & funk, even to swing...wunderkind Todd Morgan isn't only the 2014 Silo's Idol winner, but he and his group of musical cohorts 'The Emblems' have been wowing audiences far and wide. With a stage presence and showmanship that will take you by surprise, this pre-holiday encore performance will certainly blow your hair back!
Youthful, exuberant and beyond talented, this group, based out of the rolling foothills of Sacramento comes back to Napa for an evening of originals and covers that speak of classic rock influences from Jerry Lee Lewis to The Stray Cats...you'll even pick up a little 80's era Michael Jackson in there too!
HOWIE DAY WITH ANNA ROSE @ City Winery Napa |
Howie Day’s emotionally resonant lyrics and inventive melodies have earned him both critical praise and a legion of devoted fans. He is known for his energetic, heartfelt shows, where he connects with audiences through the strength of his songwriting and his quirky sense of humor. Day’s warm tenor voice “soars into fluttering, high registers, but also grates with real, pleading grit,” as one critic put it. After sales of over a million albums and two Top 10 hits, Day is back on the road showcasing old favorites, as well as new material from his upcoming studio release.
A native of Bangor, Maine, Day began playing piano at age five and guitar at age 12. By 15, he was writing his own songs and performing across New England. Shortly after graduating high school, Day became a fixture at college coffeehouses across the U.S. He wrote, financed and released his first effort, Australia, which was named Best Debut Album at the 2001 Boston Music Awards. The Boston Globe called Day “gorgeously seasoned, far beyond his years” with “a brave, beautiful singing voice.” During his relentless touring schedule, Day began experimenting with effects pedals and loop-sampling techniques as he performed, layering live percussion with vocal harmonies and guitar parts to become a veritable one-man band. He went on to sell over 30,000 copies of Australia as he navigated the independent music scene and continued to hone his craft.
After signing with Epic Records, Day released his major-label debut, Stop All The World Now, and hit the road to support it. The constant promotion paid off: Stop was certified gold in the U.S. and spawned two Top 10 radio hits: “She Says” and the platinum single “Collide.” After three subsequent years of intense worldwide touring, Day moved to Los Angeles and returned to the studio. His next release, Sound the Alarm, built on the emotionally complex spirit of its predecessor and delved into Day’s journey from indie wunderkind to platinum-selling artist. It’s lead single, “Be There,” became a staple at modern AC radio.
After parting ways with Epic and relocating to New York City in 2010, Day released the Ceasefire EP on his own label, Daze. New songs began to emerge and evolve at shows across North America and Australia. Day is currently immersed in the recording process of his fourth studio album, which he is crafting with the help of longtime friend and producer Mike Denneen. “There is a sense of inherent creativity and imagination to these sessions,” Day says. “Everything seems to be in perfect balance, and I want to capture that energy as it’s happening. Nothing is over or under thought, it’s just in the moment.”
Fundz Jazz @ Uva Trattoria |
Fundz Jazz is a group of talented San Francisco Bay Area musicians that have performed together in a wide variety of musical ensembles over the last 20 years. They come together in Fundz Jazz to perform some of their favorite jazz and R&B compositions from the last six decades.
Fundz Jazz features: John Xepoleas on drums; Mike Williams on guitar;Marc Levine on bass; Dave Scott on Trumpet and Chris Cole on Vocals. The repertoire includes classic compositions by Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver and Duke Ellington, as well as vocal gems by Frank Sinatra, Marvin Gaye, Tony Bennett, Van Morrison, Michael Buble and Peter Gabriel.
World Class musicianship and a Crowd Pleasing attitude makes Fundz Jazzthe ideal choice for your restaurant, nightclub or special event jazz entertainment.
San Geronimo ~ Nor-Cal Original Alt-Country Troubadours @ Silo's Napa |
Having shared big stages with national country stars the likes of Wynonna Judd and with regional rock and roll powerhouses such as The Mother Hips and Marin County's Go By Ocean (playing Silo's tomorrow, 12/20), San Geronimo hails from the rolling hills of West Marin California.
Whether it's the pounding complexity of rhythms from Luehring and Rashap, the wandering storytelling and vocal prowess of Nelson and D'Antonio or the masterful ambling of steel and standard guitarist Zirbel, this band brings a brand of entertainment to the stage that is truthfully unique. Contact: Silo'
530 Main Street, Napa
AFROLICIOUS WITH LAZYMAN @ City Winery Napa |
Francisco, and of the top live/electronic bands on the scene. Started as a weekly dance party featuring DJ’s and brothers Pleasuremaker and Señor Oz alongside percussionists, MC’s and horn players, and an amazing crowd from day one. Over the years it has evolved as founding DJ/Producer Pleausremaker (Joe McGuire) alongside brother Señor Oz (Oz McGuire) hooked up with some of the most exciting personalities in the Bay Area music scene and started writing original music under the alias Afrolicious.
Afrolicious has played alongside such artists as: Thievery Corporation, Jimmy Cliff, Fishbone, Balkan Beat Box, Rob Garza, Novalima, The Pimps of Joytime, Nickodemus, Johnny Osbourne, See-I, Ghostland Observatory, Beats Antique, J.Boogie, DJ Smash.
Jack Pollard & Dan Daniels Party of 3 @ Uva Trattoria |
As an entertainer and a showman, Jack brings a lifetime of experience to the stage. His silky baritone and impeccable vocal interpretation brings to life a repertoire of songs which span decades of hits from the 30's to the 80's. His shows encompass; Jazz, Blues and R and B to bring you a varied palette of song with something to please everyone. During his career, Jack has shared the stage with B.B. King, Stevie Wonder and The Temptations.
Contact: Uva Trattoria
1040 Clinton Street, Napa
Go By Ocean ~ Original Cali-Soul Rockers @ Silo's Napa |
Go By Ocean emerges from San Francisco’s Mission Bells Studios with their third amazing body of recorded work; Paper Thin Hotel produced by local legends Tim Bluhm (of the Mother Hips) and David Simon-Baker (who has produced Los Lobos, Jackie Greene, The Mother Hips, and ALO). Their ethereal yet bold indie sound has been honed by years of live performances throughout the Bay Area, including an ongoing residency at Phil Lesh’s venue Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael.
Lead vocalist Ryan McCaffrey and guitarist/vocalist Craig MacArthur conceptualized Go By Ocean's warm sound in sunny Southern California. They soon found the band’s true home in San Francisco, recruiting some of the best talent the Bay Area has to offer. Sean Nelson (drums) and Eric DiBerardino (bass) provide a soulful foundation, while Mike Pascale delivers his distinctive & passionate lead guitar. This remarkable musical chemistry has earned them a solid reputation among fans and respected musicians alike. Go By Ocean perfected their unique sound through their love for playing live, developing the moods of their debut album. This album emulates a diverse sonic spectrum, from radiant and inspiring to dark and mournful, painting harmonic pictures that support lyrics steeped in empathy and yearning, documenting struggles that evolve into hope.
Paper Thin Hotel features Danny Eisenberg on keys with guest appearances by contemporary San Francisco legends Tim & Nicki Bluhm and Dan Lebowitz (ALO).
530 Main Street, Napa
The Nutcracker @ Lincoln Theatre |
It is with great pleasure that we announce Napa Regional Dance Company's 14th Annual production of the Nutcracker. Please join us as we bring the full magic of this beloved holiday tradition to life for audiences of all ages.
Dates: Sat, Dec 20, 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Sat, Dec 20, 2014 @ 7:00 PM
Sun, Dec 21, 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Tom Duarte @ Silo's Napa |
Duarte's musical style is firmly based in traditional Latin music, while referencing elements of classical, funk and jazz fusion. His playing remains beautiful and communicative throughout, reflecting a true sense of the gypsy spirit. In his solo acoustic playing as well as in his searing electric solos, he plays with a passion that equally captivates the listener. While maintaining his passion towards traditional Latin, European, South and North American music, Duarte stays up with what is current in music as well. "I have had a life-long curiosity as to what is going on in music in the moment, whether or not I necessarily even like it. I also have a habit of learning and playing alot of these tunes, so I decided to record an EP of my own versions of some them as adapted to solo acoustic guitar. They seem to be working out quite well thus far from what I can sense. The EP is called Cubertura and features my versions of songs by Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Adele, Shakira and Coldplay." Contact: Silo's Napa
530 Main Street, Napa
The Beach Boys (almost Sold Out) |
This show is almost sold out with only single tickets still available. To be placed on the waiting list please call Uptown Theatre Box Office at 707-259-0123
*Members include Mike Love, Bruce Johnston, Tim Bonhomme, Scott Totten, Randell Kirsch, John Cowsill and, Jeff Foskett. This show will not include Brian Wilson, Al Jardine or David Marks. This show is not a part of the 50th Anniversary Tour.
You can capsulize most pop music acts by reciting how many hits they’ve had and how many millions of albums they’ve sold. But these conventional measurements fall short when you’re assessing the impact of The Beach Boys. To be sure, this band has birthed a torrent of hit singles and sold albums by the tens of millions. But its greater significance lies in the fact that it changed the musical landscape so profoundly that every pop act since has been in its debt.Happily for us all, The Beach Boys continue to create and perform with the same bold imagination and style that marked their explosive debut over 50 years ago.
And now in 2013, their Capitol Records release, Sounds of Summer (RIAA certified triple platinum with over three million in sales and climbing), and it’s companion The Warmth of the Sun marks a resurgence in Beach Boys interest that has again rocked the world.Captained by Mike Love, The Beach Boys play an astoundingly busy schedule of concerts, averaging 150 shows a year, ranging from sundrenched summer festivals to gala New Year’s celebrations and special events worldwide. In 1974 Mike Love’s concept album Endless Summer ignited a second generation of Beach Boys fans and stirred a tempest that rocked the music world.Had this remarkable band been less committed to its art and its fans, it could have retired from the field with honor at dozens of points along the way, confident that it had made a lasting contribution to world culture. It could have rested on the success of the epoch-shifting Pet Sounds masterpiece in 1966 . . . or after recording Love’s co-written Golden Globe nominated “Kokomo” in 1988 and seeing it become its best selling single ever . . . or after being inducted that same year into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame . . . or after watching its worldwide album sales blow past l00 million . . . or after winning the NARAS Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001 [along with The Who, Bob Marley, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr. and Les Paul].
And still, The Beach Boys continue to have fun, fun, fun, with no end in sight.The Beach Boys are led by Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who along with Jeffery Foskett, Randell Kirsch, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill and Scott Totten continue the legacy of the iconic American band. This tour will not feature Brian Wilson, Al Jardine or David Marks nor is it part of the 50th Anniversary Tour.The Uptown Theatre Napa is downtown’s ultimate destination for live entertainment. Nestled in the famed West End district, this stunningly restored art deco masterpiece from 1937 showcases only the finest acts in music and comedy.
A historic landmark, the Uptown offers a phenomenal, intimate live show experience with world class sound and site lines. Distance from the last row to the stage is only 98 feet making every seat truly a great seat!The Uptown has played host to some of the biggest names in blues, rock, jazz, folk, and country entertainment; live music and comedy and is excited to welcome The Beach Boys. Uptown Theatre is a must-see hot spot for anyone visiting Downtown Napa or looking for things to do in the Napa Valley!
VIP Package Available to Include: (available for purchase online at Ticketmaster.com only)
1 hour Club Kokomo Lounge Pre-Show Pass M&G with Q&A starting at 5pm
Access to the intimate VIP-only SoundCheck starting at 6pm
Photograph with The Beach Boys
Autographed USB Laminate with 2 albums of The Beach Boys music-
See more at: http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com/event/the-beach-boys/#sthash.Fax8C3AX.dpuf
$105/85/70 Age: 10+ (under 16 with an adult)