For $14, today's side deal gets you one ticket to the Day of Discovery Festival at Wente Vineyards in Livermore Valley on September 4 (up to a $35 value). Children ages 12 and younger can attend for free.
The Day of Discovery Festival provides patrons with the opportunity to kick back in a lush winery setting, while knocking back estate-grown grapey goods to the melodious offerings of 18 bands, including some Bay Area acts, on three different stages. Headlined by Luce, the festival also features the Bacchus Brothers, The Ferocious Few, and seven acoustic acts. Food, wine, and beer will be available for purchase all day and doors open at noon, with music starting at 1 p.m. Wente Vineyards offers an intimate viewing environment by each stage, ensuring that any spot you set down your blanket will give you a good view of the stage action, allowing you to shut off your internal bionic opera glasses.
Karl Wente’s “Discover the Wine, Discover the Music” program, which runs the Day of Discovery Festival at Wente Vineyards, was featured on Forbes.com. The San Francisco Bay Times also featured the concerts at Wente Vineyards. Yelpers give the concerts at Wente Vineyards an average of four stars.
- One drive to Wente Vineyards in nearby Livermore for The Concerts at Wente Vineyards series, and you’ll shake the shakes and unsound cogitating with the sounds, tastes and sights of this glorious treasure. – Mike Ward, San Francisco Bay Times
- Nestled among lighted trees and under a canopy of stars, this may be by far my favorite place to see a concert. It's intimate, it has great wine, the food is delicious and who doesn't love seeing a concert as the sun sets slowly in the west? – Robin L., Yelp
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