Fri Mar 2 2018

9:30 PM (Doors 9:00 PM)

Blue Note Napa

1030 Main Street Napa, CA 94559

$45.00 - $85.00

Ages 8+

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“…a guitarist with impeccable technique.” – The New York Times
“…Klugh is a master of nylon acoustic guitar and fingerstyle technique.” – Downbeat

In a recording career of over 35 years, Grammy® Award-winning guitar virtuoso EARL KLUGH has been lauded first as a prodigy and groundbreaker, then a defining figure, and ultimately, as one of the true statesmen of contemporary jazz. With 2008’s THE SPICE OF LIFE, Klugh earns his 12th career Grammy® Nomination - his second straight nomination to follow up his 2005 masterpiece, Naked Guitar, Klugh succeeds in creating a statement every bit as compelling.

BLUE NOTE NAPA

Blue Note Napa is located on the first floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House at First & Main. We are an intimate 142-seat jazz club and restaurant, where you can enjoy performances of world renowned and local Bay Area artists alike. We offer a full menu with market-driven cuisine, as well as an elegant wine and cocktail list. Enjoy fantastic main courses, sharing plates, and desserts while you take in a show.

All ticket prices are based on per person. Dinner is served in all sections. Your ticket is your dining reservation. Separate reservations are not needed.

“Sapphire” Booth Seating:

Booth seating for parties of 4, 5- 6 persons: Our premier level of seating! Booths are only available as tables of four, five or six and are not available as singles or pairs. Booths are 1st come, 1st seated. You will be seated when you arrive. (Seating is dark blue color on map)

“Royal Blue” Center Table Seating:

Seating in premier center table areas in front of stage: Pairs are seated across from each other. 1st come, 1st seated in center section (Seating is light blue color on map)

Standard Side Table Seating:

Seating in side table areas left and right of center section: Pairs are seated across from each other. 1st come, 1st seated. (Table seating is yellow on map)

Bar Area Ticket Seating (only patrons 21+ can sit at bar):

Great View!! Bar Chairs are tall with backs and comfy padded seats. Purse hooks too. (Bar area is pink on map).

A portion of each ticket’s fees goes to the historic preservation of the Napa Valley Opera House.

Tickets are the same price whether purchased in person, over the phone or online.

Dinner Menu available in all seating areas

 

 

Blue Note Napa Presents
Earl Klugh

  • Earl Klugh

    Earl Klugh

    Jazz

    “…a guitarist with impeccable technique.” – The New York Times
    “…Klugh is a master of nylon acoustic guitar and fingerstyle technique.” – Downbeat

    In a recording career of over 35 years, Grammy® Award-winning guitar virtuoso EARL KLUGH has been lauded first as a prodigy and groundbreaker, then a defining figure, and ultimately, as one of the true statesmen of contemporary jazz. With 2008’s THE SPICE OF LIFE, Klugh earns his 12th career Grammy® Nomination - his second straight nomination to follow up his 2005 masterpiece, Naked Guitar, Klugh succeeds in creating a statement every bit as compelling.

    After breaking a six-year recording hiatus with the universally-hailed solo album of 2005, Klugh steps back from Naked Guitar’s intimate focus on the unaccompanied guitar to capture the biggest picture possible, and an equally personal one: THE SPICE OF LIFE is a far-reaching account of all his music, marking Klugh’s return to full-scale album production after a nine-year break, with a special guest appearance by flautist Hubert Laws, and with the arrangements of two legendary orchestrators, Don Sebesky and Eddie Horst. It effortlessly segues from jazz to Latin to pop modes through a compositional approach that recalls his Grammy® Award-winning work with Bob James (One on One), spiced with all the lyric flourishes that established Klugh’s distinctive signature all those years ago.

    Not surprisingly, the adult-aimed radio stations that have followed Klugh’s music through 23 Top Ten Billboard Jazz Chart albums (five of them No. 1), and 12 Grammy® nominations, have rushed to embrace THE SPICE OF LIFE, with the first focus track Driftin’ immediately gathering most-added honors in the format upon its release – a loyalty that bespeaks the sustained personal stature, high standards, and restless creative passion of this guitarist’s career. Driftin’ spent 12 consecutive weeks as #1 on the Radio and Records Smooth Jazz Indicator chart and ranked #1 overall in 2008 on this chart. Driftin’ is also an iTunes Bestselling Jazz Song of 2008, and is one of Billboard’s Hot Smooth Jazz Songs of 2008. Furthermore, THE SPICE OF LIFE is a Billboard and iTunes Bestselling Jazz Album for 2008, and it continues to receive critical acclaim across the country.

    Imprinted in the album’s many further highlights – whether newly composed or classics re-imagined, performed solo or with his band, acoustic or electronic – listeners can hear the inspirations and enthusiasms of a lifetime. “The orchestrated trio pieces with Don Sebesky were the ones that got me started in the studio,” Klugh notes. “We took the Thelonious Monk song Bye Ya, and changed it to a sort of mutated bossa nova. Ocean Blue is a tribute to Wes Montgomery, and the albums Don Sebesky recorded with him. I love the way Wes wrote original tunes, because they had such immediate melodies, with unexpected chord changes.”

    Musical and personal reflections of Klugh’s boyhood and adolescence also underlie the album’s new songs and lovingly-chosen standards. In My Foolish Heart, Klugh says, “there are rhythmic concepts from Ahmad Jamal’s Poinciana. When I was 17, I spent time with him at the jazz club in Detroit; and you never forget that, when somebody that great takes time to ask about you and talk about your music. For Canadian Sunset, we took the original piano arrangement by the composer, Eddie Heywood, and elaborated. I love the way Sebesky used the vibes on this tune - combined with the strings and flutes, it creates such chemistry to have that many things working together.” “Venezuelan Nights and The Toy Guitar are my own compositions,” says Klugh, “but they were inspired by the beautiful waltzes written by Venezuelan guitarist/composer Antonio Lauro and the Latin-influenced music I grew up on. These songs are in 6/8 [time], which you don’t hear much in pop records today.”

    In recent times, with the passing of his beloved mother and a subsequent relocation from his hometown Detroit to Atlanta, Klugh had eased up the hectic recording schedule that produced 33 albums in just under 25 years. Even so, he says, “I was touring the entire time, because I love playing and traveling with the band. Then, the solo album (Naked Guitar) was received so well, I got started again in the studio.”
    The organic and relaxed, yet typically expressive and adventurous vibe of THE SPICE OF LIFE stems from Klugh’s continued love of composing music, combined with the circle of musicians that he describes as a “safety net and comfort zone.” Klugh notes: “I always use the great players in my touring band. Lenny Price on saxophone and wind synthesizer; David Lee on keyboards, who was with Parliament-Funkadelic; Al Turner and Ron Otis, who you hear on the two hit albums by Kem. It’s a varied group. The trio ensemble portion, with Yonrico Scott and Jeff Cox, comprises almost half the record.” He adds: “I really enjoy playing solo, but with all the ‘alone’ time spent practicing, I really have a good time working with the band. You gain so much through collaboration.”

    Working in a local music shop and haunting the Detroit jazz landmark Baker’s Keyboard Lounge accompanied by his mother, Klugh found encouragement from the giants of jazz as a young man: “George Benson was my first and foremost mentor; I worked in his band for a year, at 17. He spent a lot of time with me, and was key in helping me sign my first record deal,” which resulted in the debut album Earl Klugh (Blue Note, 1976). In Detroit, Earl also met pianist Bill Evans, a central songwriting influence; the great saxophonist and flautist Yusef Lateef, later playing on two of his albums; and Chick Corea, whom he briefly joined in Return to Forever’s earliest incarnation. Klugh declined an invitation to join Stevie Wonder on tour to concentrate on his own career, but this too remained a cherished vote of confidence.

    Earl absorbed a world of influences in his youth, from Wes Montgomery to Sergio Mendes, to the jazz and classical guitar music of Brazil, Argentina and Spain, the pop songs of Burt Bacharach and the Beatles, and the pop-folk eruption of the early Sixties and Motown’s legendary studio-session band, The Funk Brothers. “Music for me has always been a driving force in my life,” he says. “I love the emotion music evokes, and the stories it tells. No matter the genre, or style, I can always find something to enjoy. Music has no boundaries.” Klugh’s lifelong appreciation of contemporary popular music resulted not in a pastiche of styles, but in a philosophical positioning of his music for the broadest audience of music lovers. As a composer and recording artist, he was counted among the lynchpin figures of a new contemporary jazz, and rightly credited for the extension of his instrument’s artistic scope.

    Years after inspiring Earl so crucially -- and by then a longtime friend and collaborator -- Chet Atkins zeroed right in on Klugh’s forte in Guitar Player magazine, noting Klugh’s use of a profound talent and artistic daring to create a mainstream music. “Earl can wail with the best,” said Atkins, “but he prefers to touch people emotionally. He reaches your heart with that romantic special something.” Klugh’s closeness to his listeners has been a constant of his career and his life: “I’m always amazed that fans are so loyal. So many have shared stories and memories of what my music has meant to them. It’s the most wonderful compliment I could ever receive.”
    In recent years, Klugh has toured on nearly every continent, carrying the banner for jazz music, its legendary musicians, and for global social awareness. Joining such legends as George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Al Jarreau, Bob James, Patti Austin and Ravi Coltrane, Klugh has twice traveled on goodwill tours to India, jointly sponsored by the U.S. State Department and The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. Klugh received the honor of 2008’s Best Jazz Concert by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and the New York Times hailed Klugh, “…a guitarist with impeccable technique.” Whether he is performing as a soloist, with his quartet, his electric band, his ‘Little Big Band’ or with renowned symphony orchestras, Klugh’s magic onstage continues to delight audiences worldwide.
    Earl Klugh has recorded over 30 albums in a multi-million-selling career including 23 Top Ten charting records – five of them No. 1 - on Billboard’s Jazz Album chart. He has been nominated twelve times for the Grammy, in jazz fusion, best arrangement and pop instrumental categories, winning the 1980 Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for the million-selling album One on One with Bob James. He won the 1987 Edison Award for Life Stories (Europe’s Grammy Equivalent). Klugh’s first Koch album, Naked Guitar, was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album, as well as his second Koch effort, THE SPICE OF LIFE. Collaboration, his 1987 album with George Benson, was certified Gold by the RIAA.
    “The essential excitement of music-making is renewed in every studio and stage performance,” Klugh says. “Once I get into the actual song, I try to go back to what made me write the song or decide to perform it.

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limit 14 per person
"Sapphire" Booth Seating: 4 ppl
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4 Person Booth
$85.00
"Sapphire" Booth Seating for 5 or 6 ppl
Sold as set of 5-6. 1st come, 1st seated. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person.
5 or 6 Person Booth
$85.00
"Royal Blue" Premier Center Table Seat
Seating Center TBL. 1st come, 1st seated in reserved center section. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket/ person.
CTR Table Seating $55.00
$55.00
Standard Side Table Seating Area
Seating for 1-14. 1st come, 1st seated in Lt/Rt area. Ea ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person.
SIDE TBL Seating $45
$45.00
Standard Bar Area - Seating for 21+ Only
Great view! 1st come, 1st seated, some standing. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person.
Bar Seating
$45.00

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 8 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 8 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Thank you for your purchase! Ea. person requires a ticket purchase for entry.
NO REFUNDS.
NO SMOKING INSIDE.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD/DRINK.
NO PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS without permission.
AGE LIMIT: Varies per event, check event for specific age limit. No Babes in Arms.
EXCHANGES ON CASE BY CASE BASIS ONLY with approval of Box Office Mgr.
Any special needs/ accommodation requests, please contact our Box Office.
1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
Box Office: 707.880.2300 (Tues-Sat, 3:30-9:30 pm)
boxoffice@bluenotenapa.com

BLUE NOTE NAPA CLUB (DOWNSTAIRS):
Unless otherwise specified, seating is 1st come, 1st seated based on section purchased. Ea. ticket purchase is your reservation for the restaurant. WILL CALL: Check in at Host Stand for seating and check in
Blue Note Napa is located DOWNSTAIRS.

JAM CELLARS BALLROOM at Margrit Mondavi Theatre (UPSTAIRS):
The Ballroom has events that are 1) Reserved & seated, 2) GA & seated 3) GA, standing
There is no dining available upstairs, only downstairs. A Bar is available for drink purchases.
Historic Building: There are NO BATHROOMS UPSTAIRS, but are downstairs & are accessible via stairs or the elevator.

Blue Note Napa Presents

Earl Klugh

Fri Mar 2 2018 9:30 PM

(Doors 9:00 PM)

Blue Note Napa Napa CA
Earl Klugh

$45.00 - $85.00 Ages 8+

“…a guitarist with impeccable technique.” – The New York Times
“…Klugh is a master of nylon acoustic guitar and fingerstyle technique.” – Downbeat

In a recording career of over 35 years, Grammy® Award-winning guitar virtuoso EARL KLUGH has been lauded first as a prodigy and groundbreaker, then a defining figure, and ultimately, as one of the true statesmen of contemporary jazz. With 2008’s THE SPICE OF LIFE, Klugh earns his 12th career Grammy® Nomination - his second straight nomination to follow up his 2005 masterpiece, Naked Guitar, Klugh succeeds in creating a statement every bit as compelling.

BLUE NOTE NAPA

Blue Note Napa is located on the first floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House at First & Main. We are an intimate 142-seat jazz club and restaurant, where you can enjoy performances of world renowned and local Bay Area artists alike. We offer a full menu with market-driven cuisine, as well as an elegant wine and cocktail list. Enjoy fantastic main courses, sharing plates, and desserts while you take in a show.

All ticket prices are based on per person. Dinner is served in all sections. Your ticket is your dining reservation. Separate reservations are not needed.

“Sapphire” Booth Seating:

Booth seating for parties of 4, 5- 6 persons: Our premier level of seating! Booths are only available as tables of four, five or six and are not available as singles or pairs. Booths are 1st come, 1st seated. You will be seated when you arrive. (Seating is dark blue color on map)

“Royal Blue” Center Table Seating:

Seating in premier center table areas in front of stage: Pairs are seated across from each other. 1st come, 1st seated in center section (Seating is light blue color on map)

Standard Side Table Seating:

Seating in side table areas left and right of center section: Pairs are seated across from each other. 1st come, 1st seated. (Table seating is yellow on map)

Bar Area Ticket Seating (only patrons 21+ can sit at bar):

Great View!! Bar Chairs are tall with backs and comfy padded seats. Purse hooks too. (Bar area is pink on map).

A portion of each ticket’s fees goes to the historic preservation of the Napa Valley Opera House.

Tickets are the same price whether purchased in person, over the phone or online.

Dinner Menu available in all seating areas

 

 

Earl Klugh

Earl Klugh

Jazz

“…a guitarist with impeccable technique.” – The New York Times
“…Klugh is a master of nylon acoustic guitar and fingerstyle technique.” – Downbeat

In a recording career of over 35 years, Grammy® Award-winning guitar virtuoso EARL KLUGH has been lauded first as a prodigy and groundbreaker, then a defining figure, and ultimately, as one of the true statesmen of contemporary jazz. With 2008’s THE SPICE OF LIFE, Klugh earns his 12th career Grammy® Nomination - his second straight nomination to follow up his 2005 masterpiece, Naked Guitar, Klugh succeeds in creating a statement every bit as compelling.

After breaking a six-year recording hiatus with the universally-hailed solo album of 2005, Klugh steps back from Naked Guitar’s intimate focus on the unaccompanied guitar to capture the biggest picture possible, and an equally personal one: THE SPICE OF LIFE is a far-reaching account of all his music, marking Klugh’s return to full-scale album production after a nine-year break, with a special guest appearance by flautist Hubert Laws, and with the arrangements of two legendary orchestrators, Don Sebesky and Eddie Horst. It effortlessly segues from jazz to Latin to pop modes through a compositional approach that recalls his Grammy® Award-winning work with Bob James (One on One), spiced with all the lyric flourishes that established Klugh’s distinctive signature all those years ago.

Not surprisingly, the adult-aimed radio stations that have followed Klugh’s music through 23 Top Ten Billboard Jazz Chart albums (five of them No. 1), and 12 Grammy® nominations, have rushed to embrace THE SPICE OF LIFE, with the first focus track Driftin’ immediately gathering most-added honors in the format upon its release – a loyalty that bespeaks the sustained personal stature, high standards, and restless creative passion of this guitarist’s career. Driftin’ spent 12 consecutive weeks as #1 on the Radio and Records Smooth Jazz Indicator chart and ranked #1 overall in 2008 on this chart. Driftin’ is also an iTunes Bestselling Jazz Song of 2008, and is one of Billboard’s Hot Smooth Jazz Songs of 2008. Furthermore, THE SPICE OF LIFE is a Billboard and iTunes Bestselling Jazz Album for 2008, and it continues to receive critical acclaim across the country.

Imprinted in the album’s many further highlights – whether newly composed or classics re-imagined, performed solo or with his band, acoustic or electronic – listeners can hear the inspirations and enthusiasms of a lifetime. “The orchestrated trio pieces with Don Sebesky were the ones that got me started in the studio,” Klugh notes. “We took the Thelonious Monk song Bye Ya, and changed it to a sort of mutated bossa nova. Ocean Blue is a tribute to Wes Montgomery, and the albums Don Sebesky recorded with him. I love the way Wes wrote original tunes, because they had such immediate melodies, with unexpected chord changes.”

Musical and personal reflections of Klugh’s boyhood and adolescence also underlie the album’s new songs and lovingly-chosen standards. In My Foolish Heart, Klugh says, “there are rhythmic concepts from Ahmad Jamal’s Poinciana. When I was 17, I spent time with him at the jazz club in Detroit; and you never forget that, when somebody that great takes time to ask about you and talk about your music. For Canadian Sunset, we took the original piano arrangement by the composer, Eddie Heywood, and elaborated. I love the way Sebesky used the vibes on this tune - combined with the strings and flutes, it creates such chemistry to have that many things working together.” “Venezuelan Nights and The Toy Guitar are my own compositions,” says Klugh, “but they were inspired by the beautiful waltzes written by Venezuelan guitarist/composer Antonio Lauro and the Latin-influenced music I grew up on. These songs are in 6/8 [time], which you don’t hear much in pop records today.”

In recent times, with the passing of his beloved mother and a subsequent relocation from his hometown Detroit to Atlanta, Klugh had eased up the hectic recording schedule that produced 33 albums in just under 25 years. Even so, he says, “I was touring the entire time, because I love playing and traveling with the band. Then, the solo album (Naked Guitar) was received so well, I got started again in the studio.”
The organic and relaxed, yet typically expressive and adventurous vibe of THE SPICE OF LIFE stems from Klugh’s continued love of composing music, combined with the circle of musicians that he describes as a “safety net and comfort zone.” Klugh notes: “I always use the great players in my touring band. Lenny Price on saxophone and wind synthesizer; David Lee on keyboards, who was with Parliament-Funkadelic; Al Turner and Ron Otis, who you hear on the two hit albums by Kem. It’s a varied group. The trio ensemble portion, with Yonrico Scott and Jeff Cox, comprises almost half the record.” He adds: “I really enjoy playing solo, but with all the ‘alone’ time spent practicing, I really have a good time working with the band. You gain so much through collaboration.”

Working in a local music shop and haunting the Detroit jazz landmark Baker’s Keyboard Lounge accompanied by his mother, Klugh found encouragement from the giants of jazz as a young man: “George Benson was my first and foremost mentor; I worked in his band for a year, at 17. He spent a lot of time with me, and was key in helping me sign my first record deal,” which resulted in the debut album Earl Klugh (Blue Note, 1976). In Detroit, Earl also met pianist Bill Evans, a central songwriting influence; the great saxophonist and flautist Yusef Lateef, later playing on two of his albums; and Chick Corea, whom he briefly joined in Return to Forever’s earliest incarnation. Klugh declined an invitation to join Stevie Wonder on tour to concentrate on his own career, but this too remained a cherished vote of confidence.

Earl absorbed a world of influences in his youth, from Wes Montgomery to Sergio Mendes, to the jazz and classical guitar music of Brazil, Argentina and Spain, the pop songs of Burt Bacharach and the Beatles, and the pop-folk eruption of the early Sixties and Motown’s legendary studio-session band, The Funk Brothers. “Music for me has always been a driving force in my life,” he says. “I love the emotion music evokes, and the stories it tells. No matter the genre, or style, I can always find something to enjoy. Music has no boundaries.” Klugh’s lifelong appreciation of contemporary popular music resulted not in a pastiche of styles, but in a philosophical positioning of his music for the broadest audience of music lovers. As a composer and recording artist, he was counted among the lynchpin figures of a new contemporary jazz, and rightly credited for the extension of his instrument’s artistic scope.

Years after inspiring Earl so crucially -- and by then a longtime friend and collaborator -- Chet Atkins zeroed right in on Klugh’s forte in Guitar Player magazine, noting Klugh’s use of a profound talent and artistic daring to create a mainstream music. “Earl can wail with the best,” said Atkins, “but he prefers to touch people emotionally. He reaches your heart with that romantic special something.” Klugh’s closeness to his listeners has been a constant of his career and his life: “I’m always amazed that fans are so loyal. So many have shared stories and memories of what my music has meant to them. It’s the most wonderful compliment I could ever receive.”
In recent years, Klugh has toured on nearly every continent, carrying the banner for jazz music, its legendary musicians, and for global social awareness. Joining such legends as George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Al Jarreau, Bob James, Patti Austin and Ravi Coltrane, Klugh has twice traveled on goodwill tours to India, jointly sponsored by the U.S. State Department and The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. Klugh received the honor of 2008’s Best Jazz Concert by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and the New York Times hailed Klugh, “…a guitarist with impeccable technique.” Whether he is performing as a soloist, with his quartet, his electric band, his ‘Little Big Band’ or with renowned symphony orchestras, Klugh’s magic onstage continues to delight audiences worldwide.
Earl Klugh has recorded over 30 albums in a multi-million-selling career including 23 Top Ten charting records – five of them No. 1 - on Billboard’s Jazz Album chart. He has been nominated twelve times for the Grammy, in jazz fusion, best arrangement and pop instrumental categories, winning the 1980 Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for the million-selling album One on One with Bob James. He won the 1987 Edison Award for Life Stories (Europe’s Grammy Equivalent). Klugh’s first Koch album, Naked Guitar, was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album, as well as his second Koch effort, THE SPICE OF LIFE. Collaboration, his 1987 album with George Benson, was certified Gold by the RIAA.
“The essential excitement of music-making is renewed in every studio and stage performance,” Klugh says. “Once I get into the actual song, I try to go back to what made me write the song or decide to perform it.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

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Select Ticket(s)

Ages 8+
limit 14 per person
"Sapphire" Booth Seating: 4 ppl
Sold as set of 4. 1st come, 1st seated. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person
4 Person Booth
$85.00
"Sapphire" Booth Seating for 5 or 6 ppl
Sold as set of 5-6. 1st come, 1st seated. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person.
5 or 6 Person Booth
$85.00
"Royal Blue" Premier Center Table Seat
Seating Center TBL. 1st come, 1st seated in reserved center section. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket/ person.
CTR Table Seating $55.00
$55.00
Standard Side Table Seating Area
Seating for 1-14. 1st come, 1st seated in Lt/Rt area. Ea ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person.
SIDE TBL Seating $45
$45.00
Standard Bar Area - Seating for 21+ Only
Great view! 1st come, 1st seated, some standing. Each ticket is your reservation. 1 ticket per person.
Bar Seating
$45.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Mail
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 8 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 8 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Thank you for your purchase! Ea. person requires a ticket purchase for entry.
NO REFUNDS.
NO SMOKING INSIDE.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD/DRINK.
NO PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS without permission.
AGE LIMIT: Varies per event, check event for specific age limit. No Babes in Arms.
EXCHANGES ON CASE BY CASE BASIS ONLY with approval of Box Office Mgr.
Any special needs/ accommodation requests, please contact our Box Office.
1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
Box Office: 707.880.2300 (Tues-Sat, 3:30-9:30 pm)
boxoffice@bluenotenapa.com

BLUE NOTE NAPA CLUB (DOWNSTAIRS):
Unless otherwise specified, seating is 1st come, 1st seated based on section purchased. Ea. ticket purchase is your reservation for the restaurant. WILL CALL: Check in at Host Stand for seating and check in
Blue Note Napa is located DOWNSTAIRS.

JAM CELLARS BALLROOM at Margrit Mondavi Theatre (UPSTAIRS):
The Ballroom has events that are 1) Reserved & seated, 2) GA & seated 3) GA, standing
There is no dining available upstairs, only downstairs. A Bar is available for drink purchases.
Historic Building: There are NO BATHROOMS UPSTAIRS, but are downstairs & are accessible via stairs or the elevator.