Over the last ten years Live In The Vineyard (LITV) has become one of the most exclusive and sought-after tickets across the country as a private festival and this May they are Going Country for the first time ever, in partnership with the Academy of Country Music®. Live In The Vineyard Goes Country, taking place May 15-17 amidst the lush scenery of Napa Valley, California, will give attendees exclusive access to recording artists, top tier wine makers and world-renowned chefs during a “once-in-a-lifetime” three-day event. The inaugural Live In The Vineyard Goes Country will feature a headlining performance by 13-time ACM winner Carrie Underwood and will feature intimate 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. Fans can check out more information about Live In The Vineyard Goes Country and enter for a chance to attend at https://www.liveinthevineyardgoescountry.com.
“Special trips like this and special experiences like this leave an impression. They are the stories you continue to talk about,” said Hunter Hayes during his performance at LITV in November. “If you get the chance to come to Live In The Vineyard please do not pass it up!”
Tickets for Live In The Vineyard Goes Country are only available through special radio station promotions with iHeart Radio, Cumulus, Entercom, Westwood One, the Bobby Bones Show, local participating stations and more. Tickets are also available through exclusive sweepstakes and offerings including with LITVGC presenting sponsor and official airline partner, Southwest Airlines, who will be helping to get several of the artists to Napa. What sets this event apart from the typical festival is the exclusivity and the intimacy of the events, which are curated specifically around the artists and always unique to each event. Live In The Vineyard Goes Country will include accommodations at the Meritage Resort & Spa, a special Welcome Reception, a “guitar pull” at Regusci Winery, a concert at the Blue Note Napa and a send off Brunch at one of Napa’s finest wineries.
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