Local Events in Napa Valley
There is always something fun going on in Napa Valley, from major festivals to community harvests and sidewalk sales! Stay up to date with the local happenings around
St. Helena, CA in our blog and check out of some of the larger annual events held throughout the Napa Valley below:
St. Helena Farmer’s Market happens every Friday morning from May to October, and the Long Meadow Ranch Farmer’s Market takes place in St. Helena on Saturdays and Sundays from May to October.
Annual Taste of Howell Mountain and indulge yourself in wonderful wines, tasty food pairings, and live music. At the event you’ll be able to enjoy delicious wines from 35 Howell Mountain wineries and bid on rare wines, winery, travel and dining experiences. Auction proceeds will benefit the Howell Mountain Education Foundation. Purchase your tickets online or call 707-965-2665.
10-day July festival brings together Napa’s best wineries, culinary experts, and stars in music, dance and theatre in more than 60 events. Free events are available. For a full list of events, please visit the Festival del Sole website.
Music in the Vineyards. Celebrating over 20 seasons, this three week festival showcases nearly 40 world-class artists-in-residence from the U.S., Canada and Europe performing new and classic chamber music in a stunning winery setting. Purchase your tickets early as Music in the Vineyards concerts do sell out! For ticket information, venues and a list of artists, please visit their website.
Harvest Stomp | AUGUST 27, 2016Kick up your heels with the Napa Valley Grapegrowers at the 2015 Harvest STOMP!. Dance to live entertainment, dine on local cuisine, drink the world’s best wines and bid on exclusive one-of-a-kind Napa Valley experiences in the live auction. Wear your boots, cowboy hat and party pants – this is one event you don’t want to miss! For a full list of participating vineyards and vineyards and the event schedule, visit the Napa Valley Grapegrower’s website.
Napa Valley Film Festival offers culinary demonstrations, film industry panel discussions, cocktail sampling, wine tasting instruction, and, of course, great films. The festival takes place in all four towns that make up Napa Valley: Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville and Napa proper.