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Rock Out at Napa Porchfest

Napa Porchfest is an annual music festival held in late-July in Downtown Napa. A sizeable section of Old Town Napa is cordoned off for the event where more than 50 local homeowners’ porches become impromptu stages for more than 100 bands performing rock, bluegrass, jazz, blues, folk, reggae and even classical. More than 2,500 attendees rove the festival on foot, by bike and even motorized Laz-Z-Boy recliners have been spotted

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Cycle for a Good Cause

Along with its world-class food and wine, Napa Valley is also home to some of the best cycling routes in the world. So it’s no wonder why many so many charitable organizations choose to host fund-raising cycling events centered here. Every year, thousands of cyclists travel to the valley to participate in these events and collectively raise millions for charitable causes. With routes ranging from 20 to 100 miles, there’s

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Attend a Concert at a Winery

When Magrit Mondavi first saw the lawn at Robert Mondavi Winery, she turned to Bob and said, “Why don’t we do a concert?” In the five decades since that conversation, the winery has hosted legendary artists for its annual Summer Concert Series. The venue is truly perfect for an intimate night of music among the vineyards.   Learn More: Robert Mondavi Concert Series

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Dine Under the Harvest Moon

There is no better way to celebrate the bounty of Harvest in Calistoga than at a 1,000-foot-long dining table set up along Main Street (Lincoln Ave.) under a harvest moon. At least a dozen restaurants and more than three dozen wineries serve guests throughout the evening for a memorable night of food, wine and friends. Tickets for this one-night event, held annually in September, go on sale in July (tickets

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Bottlerock ‘n’ Roll

Think Coachella… with wine. Held annually over the Memorial Day Weekend, the 3-day Bottlerock music festival features more than 80 bands playing on four music stages at an expansive venue. Concertgoers enjoy access to gourmet food from the Napa Valley’s finest chefs and restaurateurs and dozens of wine cabanas hosted by local vintners in addition to craft cocktail and beer vendors. Past headliners have included the Red Hot Chili Pepppers,

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Run (or Spectate) a Marathon

Named one of the “Top 10 Marathons Worth Traveling for” by Forbes Magazine, the Napa Valley Marathon features a point-to-point course along the scenic Silverado Trail. A certified Boston-qualifier, the event also boasts a fairly small field (limited to 2,300 runners), which lends more of a small-town race feel compared to the major city marathons. Best of all, after the first six miles of rolling hills, the majority of the

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Celebrate Film, Food & Wine

Film buffs descend on wine country each November to attend the Napa Valley Film Festival: a convergence of film, food, and wine. More than 120 new independent films and studio sneak previews are presented in more than a dozen venues throughout the picturesque towns of Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. Attendees interact with more than 300 filmmakers at screenings and Q&As and enjoy afternoon wine tastings, culinary demonstrations, celebrity

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Attend a Halloween Winery Ball

The end of October is a gorgeous time to visit Napa Valley. The frenzy of the Harvest Season is usually subsided and the fall colors are at their peak. If you find yourself in Napa Valley during Halloween, Castello Di Amoroso pulls out all the stops and hosts a decadent Halloween ball that should be on any ghoul or goblin’s bucket list. Tickets definitely sell out in advance, so plan

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Uncork Your Inner Chef

Indulge your culinary ambitions with exclusive events that invigorate both mind and palate. Held annually in the spring, the 5-day long Flavor! Napa Valley festival invites attendees to soak up inspiration from iconic chefs and winemakers while experiencing the best that Napa Valley has to offer through more than 20 events that include special dinners, classes and chef demos, wine tours and tastings and more.   Learn More: Flavor! Napa

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Experience Holiday Magic

Napa Valley is a magical place to visit during the holiday season. Yountville’s Festival of Lights, held annually the day after Thanksgiving, features gourmet food and wine tastings, Yuletide carolers, horse-drawn carriage rides, and photos with Santa all leading up to the dramatic tree and town lighting after dusk. And Calistoga’s Lighted Tractor Parade is a family-friendly tradition that’s been going on more than 20 years. We dare you to

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