Honestly, it sort of looks like ‘Live in the Vineyard‘ has been peeping our playlists.
How else would they know to have thrown some of our favorite artists onto a killer billing of their November showcase?
On November 7 and 8, they enlisted Train, Ingrid Michaelson, Blue October, Meghan Trainor, Echosmith, Scars on 45, Jamie Scott, Marie Miller and Bernhoft to play the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater to benefit the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund.
Could there be a more perfect billing for a better cause?
Normally, the festival is held at Uptown Theatre in Napa, however, it’s currently being restored following the earthquake. As a substitute, this year the event will be held at Lincoln Theater. A bigger venue gave event organizers the opportunity to give back: the festival is offering up an extremely limited 200 tickets per night to the festival, of which proceeds will benefit the earthquake disaster relief.
“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,” said event co-founder Claire Parr.
To get more information on the tickets head to the Lincoln Theater’s website or call the box office at 707.944.9900.