St. Helena Summer Concert Series

St. Helena Mid-summer Events

Categories: Wine, Dine, Play, Events

June 14th, St. Helena Summer Concert Series

The 30th season of a St. Helena tradition, the St. Helena Summer Concert Series, is set to kick off summer in Napa Valley! Music fills the park every other Thursday starting June 14th from 6pm-8pm through August. Grab a picnic basket or try one of the Napa Valley’s gourmet food trucks. Local favorite wines will be for sale or bring your own and enjoy the musical entertainment while sitting under the trees and on the lawn of Lyman Park. The musical lineup is eclectic for all types of music fans from reggae and rock ‘n’ roll!

June 23, Merryvale Vineyards: Sparkling Solstice

Join them in the Merryvale Cask Room to celebrate the beginning of Summer with the release of their fabulously refreshing Solstice sparkling wine! Enjoy local oysters and plenty of tasty appetizers as well as other Merryvale wines.

June 30, Markham Vineyards: Red, White and Blue

Come celebrate 4th of July, Markham-style! They’ve got the reds and the whites in the glass with some Blues to kick off the holiday weekend. They’re bringing in a food truck serving up gourmet barbecue, with Justin Brown providing the vocals for the festive afternoon. Come enjoy the best of what summer has to offer in Napa Valley!

July 4. St. Helena Fireworks Show

Join St. Helena’s annual firework show at Crane Park on July 4th. The show is a collaborative effort with the City of St. Helena and community sponsors, both individuals and businesses. Fireworks will fire at dark, but the St. Helena Recreation Department has a day of events planned for our community!

July 4, Long Meadow Ranch: Live Music and Fireworks

Join Long Meadow Ranch on the lawn at Farmstead as you enjoy live music and the St. Helena Fireworks display.

Hailing from North Lake Tahoe, Calif., Americana band Dead Winter Carpenters has built a reputation for pouring their heart and soul into each performance. In just a few years, they have positioned themselves, wrote Portland Metronome, “at the forefront of a youthful generation trying to redefine what string music is and what it can do.”

That progressive nature comes through loud and clear – from instruments plugged and unplugged – in the band’s new release, Washoe (February 26, 2016). The band’s fourth studio project, the 12-song collection of originals was recorded in Reno’s Sierra Sonics Studio (Ozzy Osbourne, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Collective Soul) and co-produced by Dead Winter Carpenters and Zachary Girdis.

Food & beverages will be available for purchase. Fireworks take place at Crane park and are visible from the lawn at Farmstead. We do not have a separate fireworks show.