“Live In The Vineyard” announced that for the first and only time ever they will be opening up 200 tickets for fans to purchase to attend the nightly concerts during their fourteenth installment of the exclusive festival on Nov. 7thand 8th. The nightly concerts, typically only open to contest winners and special invited guests, will feature a star-studded line-up of performances by Train, Ingrid Michaelson, Blue October, Meghan Trainor, Echosmith, Scars on 45, Jamie Scott, Marie Miller and Bernhoft at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater. LITV and the participating artists wanted to give back to the Napa Community that has become their home over the last seven years, at a much needed time after they were recently affected by a significant earthquake, by opening up a very limited number of tickets to the nightly concerts at the November festival. A portion of all the proceeds from the ticket sales will go to the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund. The majority of the events taking place at the exclusive music, food and wine festival are still only available to contest winners.
“The Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater was kind enough to open their doors to us while the Uptown Theatre is restored after the earthquake, which opened up a great opportunity for us to be able to give back to the Napa Community,” said “Live In The Vineyard” co-founder Bobbii Jacobs. “With more seats in the Lincoln Theater this will be the one and only chance for fans to purchase tickets to attend the nightly concerts at LITV and a great way to help out with earthquake relief,” added “Live In The Vineyard” co-founder Claire Parr.
“Many in our community are still trying to recover from the South Napa earthquake,” commented Linda Reiff, President and CEO of the Napa Valley Vintners, the local wine trade association that helped create the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund with a $10 million lead donation. “We appreciate that ‘Live In The Vineyard’ is directing proceeds from these concerts to help those in need in Napa Valley to get back on their feet.”
Tickets for the nightly concerts being held at The Napa Valley Performing Arts Center are the only tickets open for the public to purchase. To get more information on how to purchase these limited number of tickets, 200 each night, and help out the Napa Community you can go to lincolntheater.org.