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Napa Valley Patch: 9th Annual Napa Porchfest Fills Old Town With Music, Fans
NAPA, CA — Another successful Napa Porchfest is in the record books. Held annually the last Sunday of July, the free one-day event features Napa musicians performing on the historic porches of Napa's Old Town.
Fairfield Daily Republic: Stroll down the charming streets of Downtown Napa with friends and family and enjoy local music from porch to porch. Some of the historic homes in the city will showcase musicians on their very own porches. With more than 100 bands and 11 food trucks, Napa Porchfest is one of the
Forbes: If you're planning on doing Napa Valley right, do yourself a favor and make your home base Downtown Napa. The main reason?
The Press Democrat: Kicking off on the last week of July as per tradition, the fest is known since its first year back in 2011 for turning Napa into a musical playground on hot summer days. With dozens of bands performing across several venues around Fuller Park in Old Town Napa, the fest has a progressive dinner vibe where spectators can feast on delectable music.
Napa Valley Register: Napa’s streets will again be alive with the sounds of music – from rock to bluegrass, jazz, classical and much else.
Napa Valley Register: At Porchfest, bands don't go on tour -- the fans do.
On Sunday, July 28, people will stroll from porch to porch in downtown Napa with family and friends to enjoy the sounds of our hometown musical talent.
Last year, more than 10,000 people attended the annual event, and this year we’re expecting more. It’s a free, grassroots, community-building, good time. Locals love it.