Haute Living published an extended feature on this year's festival, saying that "the days filled with music, food, wine, and talented artists discovered amid the incomparable beauty and heart-warming hospitality of Napa Valley community created memories that will last a lifetime."
The San Francisco Chronicle heralds Festival Napa Valley's "record-breaking" Arts for All auction at Hall Winery.
The magazine, in a full page photo feature, notes that the festival is "recognized for transforming California Wine Country into a cultural destination," and that it raised "a record-breaking $2.6 million... to provide free and affordable access to world-class performances, support public school arts education programs in Napa County, and fund scholarships for emerging musicians."
As part of the annual Ten Best Days of Summer, Festival Napa Valley raised a record-setting $2.6 million at its Arts for All Gala on Sunday, July 14, 2019. Proceeds from the event provide free and affordable access to Festival concerts, arts education programs for thousands of public school children, and scholarships for emerging musicians.