Live In The Vineyard has been putting on music festivals for ten years, but this year they are finally going country! In a partnership with the Academy of Country Music, the company has decided to put on Live In The Vineyard Goes Country festival this spring in Napa Valley, California.
The inaugural three-day event takes place May 15-17 and will feature a headlining performance from Carrie Underwood, as well as acoustic performances by Hunter Hayes, Old Dominion, Parmalee, Ashley McBryde, Jerrod Niemann, Maddie & Tae, Eric Paslay, Maggie Rose, Lindsay Ell, Mitchell Tenpenny, Cale Dodds and Cash Campbell.
The festival will give attendees the chance to get up close and personal with country artists while providing access to top wine makers and world-renowned chefs.
Live In The Vineyard Goes Country will include accommodations at the Meritage Respot & Spa, a welcome reception, a guitar pull at Regusci Winery, a concert at the Blue Note Napa, and a closing brunch at a winery.
Tickets for the festival are only available through radio station promotions with iHeart Radio, Cumulus, Entercom, Westwood One, the Bobby Bones Show, local participating stations and more. Fans can also enter to win an exclusive sweepstakes to attend the festival.
For more information on Live In The Vineyard Goes Country and ticket giveaways, visit the festival’s website.