An Evening with Los Lobos ~ Sold Out!

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May 28 Fri
An Evening with Los Lobos ~ Sold Out!5:30 PM
Blue Note Napa at Charles Krug Winery
May 28 Fri
An Evening with Los Lobos ~ Sold Out!8:30 PM
Blue Note Napa at Charles Krug Winery

Doors are 1 hours before show time.
Blue Note Napa presents world class entertainment outside at the Charles Krug Winery located at 2800 Main St, St Helena, CA 94574St. This is a beautiful outdoor location on the grounds of Napa Valley’s Oldest Wine Estate.

The Blue Note features the biggest names in Jazz, Blues, R&B, Big Bands, Cabaret and more in a usually very intimate indoor seated club environment, but for now, will present the live experience outside.

Los Lobos has sold millions of records, won prestigious awards and made fans around the world. Perhaps its most lasting impact will be how well its music embodies the idea of America as a cultural melting pot. In it, styles like son jarocho, norteño, Tejano, folk country, doo-wop, soul, R&B, rock ’n roll and punk all come together to create a new sound that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

Seated General Admission Only

 All tickets are pre-purchased and sent virtually, then scanned at check in for entry.

  • Free, on-site field parking is available.
  • No Outside Food or Beverages. No Video Cameras.
  • Food and Drink available for purchase with all major credit cards/cash.
  • MASKS REQUIRED at all times when not eating or drinking at your table. Zero-tolerance policy will be in effect; anyone not adhering to safety guidelines will be asked to leave along with their party, without a refund.
  • Aged 8+ are welcome. Every patron must have a ticket. No babes in arms.
  • Tickets purchased from unofficial third party outlets cannot be verified by our ticket scanners. If you have an issue with a third party ticket purchase, you must contact the third party outlet directly.
 General Admission Tickets: are sold in units of 2, 4, or 6 in the price area you purchased. Seating is based on first come.
  • Household units of 6 or less that want to sit together may request so upon arrival, and if available, may be placed together by staff.
  • All members of your party must be present and waiting together in order to be seated.
  • Restrooms available.
  • All 2-person bistro-style tables are properly distanced and sanitized prior to each show.
  • Sanitation stations available.
  • The stage is 15 ft from the audience
  • Visit Blue Note Napa Website for more info

We look forward to sharing the live music experience with you once again!

 

Los Lobos

The journey of Los Lobos began in 1973, when David Hidalgo (vocals, guitar, and pretty much anything with strings), Louie Perez (drums, vocals, guitar), Cesar Rosas (vocals, guitar), and Conrad Lozano (bass, vocals, guitarrón) earned their stripes playing revved-up versions of Mexican folk music in restaurants and at parties. The band evolved in the 1980s as it tapped into L.A.’s burgeoning punk and college rock scenes. They were soon sharing bills with bands like the Circle Jerks, Public Image Ltd. and the Blasters, whose saxophonist, Steve Berlin, would eventually leave the group to join Los Lobos in 1984.

Early on, Los Lobos enjoyed critical success, winning the Grammy® for Best Mexican-American Performance for “Anselma” from its 1983 EP …And a Time to Dance. A year later, the group released its full-length, major-label debut, How Will the Wolf Survive? Co-produced by Berlin and T Bone Burnett, the album was a college rock sensation that helped Los Lobos tie with Bruce Springsteen as Rolling Stone’s Artist of the Year.

A major turning point came in 1987 with the release of the Ritchie Valens biopic, La Bamba. The quintet’s cover of Valens’ signature song topped the charts in the U.S. and the U.K. Rather than capitalize on that massive commercial success, Los Lobos instead chose to record La Pistola y El Corazón, a tribute to Tejano and Mariachi music that won the 1989 Grammy® for Best Mexican- American Performance.

That kind of sharp artistic turn has become Los Lobos’ trademark, serving to both fuel the band’s creativity and keep its fans engaged. In 1992, that willingness to defy expectations led them to record Kiko, an adventurous album produced by Mitchell Froom that’s considered by many to be one the band’s very best.

Since then, Los Lobos has continued to deliver daring and diverse albums such as Colossal Head (1996), Good Morning Aztlán (2002), The Town and the City (2006), Tin Can Trust (2010) and Gates of Gold (2015). On top of that, the band’s live shows never disappoint, as documented on the recent concert recordings Live at the Fillmore (2005) and Disconnected in New York City (2013). Through the years, they’ve managed to keep things interesting with unexpected side trips like an album of Disney songs in 2009, along with countless contributions to tribute albums and film soundtracks. One of those – “Mariachi Suite” from the 1995 film Desperado – earned the band a Grammy® for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.

Los Lobos has sold millions of records, won prestigious awards and made fans around the world. But perhaps its most lasting impact will be how well its music embodies the idea of America as a cultural melting pot. In it, styles like son jarocho, norteño, Tejano, folk, country, doo-wop, soul, R&B, rock ’n’ roll and punk all come together to create a new sound that's greater than the sum of its parts. 
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