July 28, 2019
2019 Line Up:
29 North | Absent Riot | Adios Luna | Al James Band | And That's the News | Audio Mynde | Band 707 | Bill Walden & Friends | Blue Radio | Broken House | Cakewalk Redemption | CAUTION | Change! | Chef McJaye's HOT Kitchen! | Chris Vorland | Class Action Band | Cosmos Percussion Ensemble | CRV | Darleen Gardner | Dave & The Strays | David Kearney-Brown | David Ronconi Band | Devil's Juice | Devins Jam Band | Don Hirsohn & Gordon Lustig | Dorthy Lane | DriveEasy Street | Eloquence String Quartet | Frank Barter | Funk Shui | Grove of Trees | Helen Mead & Friends | High Noon | Howell Mountain Boys | Ian Heid Band | Jealous zelig | Jeffrey McFarland-Johnson | Jimmy Whitt | Kevin Patrick Radley | KOY | Krooked | Later Dayz Band | Loraine Nicole Meek | Magnanimous | Malachite | Mark Larson Band | Mark McCoy & Friends | Micah Gruenwald | Michael Gabriel | Mid-Life Krysis | MIdnight Crush | Mike Kosec | Mr. Hooper | Mt. George String Band | Napa School of Music Kids GarageBand 101 | Occasionals | Off The Record | One Sharp Mind | Ordinary Sons | Otis and the Smokestacks | Pacific Drive | Painted Wind | Papa Joe & The New Deal | People of Earth | Pickle Creek String Band | Porch Pirates | Ramble | Rob Wright Trio | Rose Winters | Sanho The Indian | Sara Rodenburg | Self Proclaimed Heroes | Shelby Ann | Skunk Funk | Straight Pepper Diet | Studabaker Hawk | Super NintenBros | Swampfoot | Sweet Burgundy | Sweet HayaH | Take Off | TALL ORDER | Technically Legal | Terry Family Band | The Accidents | The Agreements | The Baywoods | The Benders | The Blind Barbers | The Deacons | The Diamond T Band | The Discmen | The Last Resort | The Lotus Duo | The Mercy Kit | The Pine Needles | The Rebobs | The Rockbusters | The Sirens Napa Valley | The Smart Fellers | The Voltones | The Walkmen | Thrown-Out-Bones | Thru The Haze | Tight Lines | Ukulele Friends Ohana | Vegitafalis | Victoria Fowler | Vintage Blend | VK Loungers | Wrenn | Yuppie Liberation Front
What if you thought it would be cool for neighbors to get to know each other better-just like the good ‘ol days? If was a different time back when they had porches and porch swings to sit on so people could watch their neighbors stroll by on a hot summer day or relaxed evening. There were no cell phone distractions, nothing to rush off to because you had officially arrived in the here and now.
Napa has brought that old time tradition back with the annual return of Napa Porch Festival. An assortment of live, local music on many porches in Napa playing on the same day at the same time scattered throughout Downtown neighborhoods invites you to pick and choose the ones you want to go hear. You can bike, drive, walk, skip, roller skate, skate board, pedibike or fly from porch to porch much like you would cruise from studio to studio during the Open Studio events. Music bios and the schedule will be available online (napaporchfest.org) as the event approaches.
Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.