Thursday Night Live by Priest Ranch Winery brings live music, local food and wines to downtown Yountville

Priest Ranch Winery is pleased to announce the continuation of its “Thursday Night Live” summer concert series at its downtown Yountville tasting room, located at 6490 Washington Street. In addition to music from local bands, guests will enjoy Priest Ranch’s 100% estate Napa Valley wines paired with cuisine from popular food trucks including Mark’s the Spot, Crossroad Chicken and Dabba.

Events take place on the first and third Thursday of every month through September from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Tickets are free, and can be reserved by e-mail at, by phone, 707.944.8200, or by visiting

“Priest Ranch is part of a long Napa Valley tradition of attracting many of the world’s most skilled artists and craftsmen,” says Co-founder, General Manager and Winemaker Craig Becker. “Thursday Night Live will allow local bands to share the spotlight with Priest Ranch wines and Napa Valley food.”

Thursday Night Live Calendar:

August 6, Charles Wheal: Charles and his band are seasoned professionals who perform a mix of Chicago, Texas, and West coast blues and roots music.

August 20, Five A.M.: A 6-member alternative rock band, based in Santa Rosa.

September 3, Sean Carscadden Trio: Led by singer and guitarist Sean Carscadden, the Sean Carscadden Trio plays a blend of roots, rock, funk, folk, and blues.

September 17, The J Silverheels Band: A four-person band who performs Rock ‘n Roll from the 1950’s, 1960’s, and 1970’s.

About Priest Ranch
Priest Ranch Wines is dedicated to producing estate farmed wines of uncommon quality and character. Co-Founder, General Manager, Winemaker Craig Becker creates a wide portfolio of wines from Priest Ranch’s 225 acres of sustainably farmed estate vineyards, which are planted to 16 varietals. The full portfolio of wines includes: Cabernet Sauvignon ($48), Sauvignon Blanc ($26), Coachgun, a Bordeaux-style blend ($75), Grenache Blanc ($22), Petit Sirah ($40), Zinfandel ($40), Malbec ($54), Cabernet Franc ($64), and Brut Rose ($38).