All You Need To Know To Go To A Day Of Bluegrass This Saturday In St. Helena
Fun: The NCBS A Day Of Bluegrass this Saturday, April 14 is the first bluegrass festival in Napa Valley in over 15 years and will feature some new Napa Valley bands and some great out of town talent. This will be a relaxed, fun bluegrass gathering in a historic St. Helena venue with plenty of time and space for jams. Our gracious hosts, The Golden State Revue, will greet you and your friends!
SATURDAY, April 14
10:00 am — Doors open
10:30am — Pickle Creek
11:30 — Napa Valley Ramblers
1:00 — Laura Lind & Searle Whitney (Carter Family Sing & Jam Along)
12:30pm — The Bluegrass Vermin
1:30 — Long Haul
2:30 — Sara Rodenburg
3:30 — Golden State Revue (Host Band)
4:30 — Snap Jackson & The Knock On Wood Players
5:30 — David Thom Band
7:00 — Festival ends
Tickets: Only $15. There will be plenty of tickets at the door.
Venue: The Native Sons Of The Golden West Hall is located at 1313 Spring Street in downtown St. Helena.
Directions: St. Helena is located in the Napa Valley, north of Napa on Highway 29. Coming from the south, turn left on Spring Street. 1313 Spring Street is about 2 blocks down on the left.
Weather: A beautiful day in the Napa Valley — Sunny. High 66, Low 42.
Food: You are welcome to bring your own food and drink if you like. Food service will be available onsite, plus the charming eateries of downtown St. Helena await us.
Lodging: There are a number of small inns and motels near the festival location.
Fine Local Wineries: Yes.
Information: The NCBS Information Booth will be there to let you know about upcoming bluegrass events.
This is going to be fun — come on out and join us!