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Photos: Alanis Morissette, Gavin DeGraw, and More Rock Live In The Vineyard

One of the Bay Area Wine Country's hottest cultural events returned on November 1-4, offering guests an intimate weekend filled with pairings of exquisite music from the hottest live acts, and culinary and wine events with some of the biggest names in the industry.

Photos: Live in the Vineyard

On April 12th, Raymond Vineyards hosted the Napa Valley's hottest party, benefitting VH1's Save the Music Foundation. The first ever Live in the Vineyard concert open to the public featured star performer Eric Hutchinson in the stunning Crystal Cellar for a sold-out, intimate crowd of 100 people.

Raymond Vineyards, 849 Zinfandel Lane, St. Helena, raymondvineyards.com

Grab Tickets to Raymond Vineyards' First-Ever Live in the Vineyard Concert, Open to the Public: April 12 @ 8:30pm

Live in the Vineyard, the most coveted concert experience in the wine country, each year brings the best emerging talent from across the country to the Napa Valley for intimate performances where concert goers mingle with the artists while imbibing on Napa’s incredible wines. But this year, this unforgettable experience is open to the public for the first time ever! Get on the bandwagon and purchase tickets to the show at the gorgeous Raymond Vineyards, which has recently become Napa’s most talked-about destination.

Live in the Vineyards and the VH1 Save the Music Foundation Kick Off a Special Charity Event Featuring Eric Hutchinson

Live in the Vineyards and VH1 Kick Off Charity Event Featuring Eric Hutchinson

Every year, Live in the Vineyard brings one of the best parties to Napa. It's an intimate weekend that combines, tastemakers from around the country, exquisite music, wine and food. This year, we're excited to help announce that they're kicking things off with a special charity night benefiting the 15th Anniversary of the VH1 Save the Music Foundation at Raymond Vineyards in St. Helena.

Concert at 35,000 Feet Kicks Off Napa's Live in the Vineyard Weekend

Last weekend, Live in the Vineyard (LitV) kicked off at 35,000 feet with a surprise concert by Green River Ordinance on a Southwest flight from Burbank to Oakland. Never mind the other music industry big-shots like Michelle Branch, Daughtry, O.A.R., SafetySuit, Martin Harley Band, Christina Perri, and Javier Colon seated on the plane or hanging out and playing in Napa over the weekend.

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