Live In The Vineyard Concludes 10th Anniversary Celebration

Pictured (L-R): Seth Ennis, Phil Barton, Jon Randall, Liz Rose, Cassadee Pope and LITV CEO Bobbii Jacobs at LE Estates Nov. 4th during the 10th Anniversary Live In The Vineyard. Photo: Will Bucquoy

Live In The Vineyard celebrated its 10th anniversary Nov. 1-4 with performances across Napa Valley by artists including Jason Mraz, Jewel, Matt Nathanson, Mat Kearney, Michael Franti, Cassadee Pope, Rita Wilson, LOCASH, Tegan Marie and many more. The event wrapped Nov. 4 amidst the lush scenery of boutique wineries in Napa, and this year’s event paid special tribute to singer-songwriters with over forty artists performing at over 30 estates and vineyards, bringing in over 500 people from across the country to Napa to be a part of the special weekend.

LITV gave attendees exclusive access to artists, top tier wine makers, world-renowned chefs offering exquisite food tastings and pourings by some of the most revered vintners at wineries including Chappellete Winery, Eleven Eleven, Italics Winegrowers, JaM Cellars, LE Estates, Robert Mondavi Winery, Shadybrook, Stag’s Leap, Trefethen, Vista Collina, and more.

During the day, wineries across wine country hosted pop-up concerts in an up-close and personal, intimate setting. Then on Friday and Saturday night, concert events took place at Lincoln Theater in Yountville with performances on Friday night that included Mraz, Nathanson, Wilson, Blaine Mitchell and Whitney Woerz and Saturday night with acoustic performances by Maggie Rose, Haley Reinhart, Dean Lewis, Emily Bear, Patrick Droney and Andreas Moss.

Pictured (L-R): Chris Lucas (LOCASH), Clare Dunn, LITV CEO Bobbii Jacobs, and Preston Brust (LOCASH) at Brasswood Napa Valley during the 10th Anniversary Live In The Vineyard. Photo: Will Bucquoy


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