August 06, 2018
New Concert Series, World Premiere Performances and Youth Summer Camps Create Most Dynamic and Diverse Season to Date
Napa, CA (August 6, 2018) – Festival Napa Valley, recognized for transforming the world-famous wine region into a cultural destination, concluded its 13th summer season with record-setting audiences and an unprecedented presentation of 70 musically diverse concerts, events and programs including 22 admission-free concerts. The festival also raised $2.5 million at its Arts for All Gala, headlined by Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth.
“With the introduction of three new concert series and a summer music camp, Festival Napa Valley 2018 was the most dynamic season we have presented to date,” said Richard Walker, president & CEO. “The range of music styles, venues and price options made it possible for everyone to enjoy the 10 Best Days of Summer.”
The 2018 highlights included:
Festival Napa Valley 2019 will be held July 12 - 21, 2019. Multiday passes can be purchased at a 25% savings through August 15, 2018. Please visit www.festivalnapavalley.org/2019presale
About: Festival Napa Valley offers programs that enrich the economic and cultural vitality of the region and make the arts accessible to all. The Festival presents world class performances at iconic Napa Valley venues and inspiring educational programs offered at Napa County public schools year-round. It is presented by Napa Valley Festival Association, a nonprofit organization governed by a board of prominent vintners and local leaders. More than 200 artists, wineries, resorts, theaters, restaurants, chefs and vintners participate each year. Visit festivalnapavalley.org.