Live In The Vineyard Goes Country held its exclusive, sought-after festival this past week in Napa Valley, featuring music, food, and wine.
The three-day event, founded by entrepreneur, music promoter and CEO Bobbii Jacobs, ended on Thursday, April 28, amidst the lush scenery of boutique wineries in Napa, California. Attendees were treated to intimate performances in a beautiful countryside setting while enjoying specially made, locally-driven cuisines and award-winning wines from partner wineries.
Performances held during Live In The Vineyard Goes Country 2022 included Jessie James Decker, Mitchell Tenpenny, and Joe Nichols at the opening reception at Charles Krug winery, on Tuesday, April 26; Hannah Ellis, Jameson Rodgers, and Lee Brice at the VIP Tailgate at Peju winery, and Kassi Ashton, Tyler Braden, Breland, Charles Esten, Morgan Evans, Caroline Jones, and Chase Rice, at the Mainstage Event at The Uptown Theatre on Wednesday, April 27.
Capping off the multi-day event on April 28 was a brunch at Domaine Chandon winery, which featured Ashley Cooke, Ashland Craft, Griffen Palmer, and Hailey Whitters.
Walker Hayes was beamed into the main stage through Proto – a device that lets people appear as if live, while thousands of miles away. Hayes sang two songs, “Fancy Like” and “AA,” in front of the live audience, where he appeared as a life-size hologram. Proto has been used at major sporting events and on nation-wide television programs, but Hayes’ appearance via Proto at Live In The Vineyard is the first time the technology has been used at a country music event.
During the event, Curb recording artist, Hannah Ellis, took a ride in a hot air balloon ride. A tradition in the region, the hot air balloon soared over Napa Valley providing Ellis a birds-eye view of wine country.
The event also included private VIP events that took place at wineries throughout Napa Valley featuring performers such as Easton Corbin, Tim Dugger, Ian Flanigan, Jordan Fletcher, Ray Fulcher, Ryan Griffin, Ty Herndon, Rayne Johnson, Erin Kinsey, Brooke Moriber, Nashvillains, O.N.E The Duo, Restless Road, Caitlyn Smith, Matt Stell, Thompson Square, and Cali Tucker.
There’s plenty of reasons it’s known as one of the most exclusive and sought-after events across the country, as it gives attendees intimate access to recording artists, premier Napa Valley wineries, and world-renowned chefs.
The private invitation-only event brings together music supervisors, radio programmers, DSP curators, label executives, VIPs, corporate hospitality groups, and more from around the country to celebrate and hear brand new music by today’s top artists as well as emerging artists among the stunning vineyard-filled hillsides, world-class wine, and culinary features that Napa Valley offers.
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