Napa Valley is now open for fall fun and Flora Springs Winery & Vineyard has a big reason to visit this weekend.
It will hold a benefit music festival on Sunday, Oct. 29 at The Room, 677 Hwy 29 in St. Helena, with all proceeds from an auction going to victims of the recent Napa Valley wildfires through the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund.
But wait, there’s more. The event is free and no RSVP is required.
The fundraiser, held from 12-5pm, will feature five San Francisco Bay Area bands and musicians including Serf & James, Fellow Vessel, Sean Garvey, Mr. Kind, and Miss Moonshine. Flora Springs will be pouring its awarding winning wines by the glass and bottles along with small bites. The event will also feature an auction including wines and other items.
“We were among the lucky ones, but we know many who were not as fortunate,” said Flora Springs Co-Founder and Proprietor John Komes. “The Festival will raise monies to help firevictims, but will also serve as a way for our community to come together in a show of strength and fellowship. Everyone is welcome. The lineup of artists includes several who were themselves affected by the fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties.”
Here’s the line-up:
Fellow Vessel (1pm – 1:45pm/
Sean Garvey (2pm – 2:45pm)
Mr. Kind (3pm – 3:45pm)
Miss Moonshine (4pm to 5pm)