Proof of FULL VACCINATION plus a matching government issued photo ID, is required for venue entry.
Accepted vaccination proof is a CDC Vaccination Card w/ matching photo ID (if a minor, then legal guardian’s photo ID) (photos will be accepted) OR a CA Digital Vaccine Card.
All requirements are subject to change.
FLOOR GA STANDING: $55*
VIP BALCONY Access STANDING W/ Limited Seating $125*
*Additional service fees apply
Each person does require a ticket for entry.
No refunds/cameras/vaping/smoking or outside food/drink.
All areas are General Admission with limited seating in VIP Balcony.
Please contact venue Box Office with any special needs or accommodation inquiries at 7078802300 or email@example.com
Due to the historic nature of the Ballroom, there are no bathrooms located upstairs. Facilities are located on the 1st Floor and are accessible via stairs or the elevator.
Ballroom is upstairs at 1030 Main St. Napa, CA 94559. There is an elevator for accessible entry. There is no adjacent parking to the venue; however, parking is free in downtown Napa.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!
If you love driving fast with the windows rolled down playing top 40 radio at full volume and you play in a band, you usually have one goal: get your songs out of your garage and into the worlds’ collective car speakers as soon as humanly possible. Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, and Martin Doherty certainly fit this bill. They unabashedly adore music of the wind-in-your-hair variety. And, of course, they play in a band, the Scottish synth pop group, CHVRCHES.
And yet … Since emerging in 2013 with the glistening brightness of their breakthrough single, “Recover,” CHVRCHES have always projected an insularity, a subtle but unmistakable wariness about leaning into their obvious Hit Song of the Summer-writing potential. At their core, CHVRCHES are true blue Glaswegian punks. They’ve wanted to protect themselves, and protect that undercurrent of melancholy that gives depth to their sunniness.
To this end, the band members have always kept their creative process close and tight. They’ve been diligent to the max about managing the way their band is portrayed. And, of course, they have historically produced every piece of music themselves, including their 2013 debut, The Bones of What You Believe, and 2015 follow-up, Every Open Eye. “Certainly not,” was their go-to response, Martin recalls laughing, when asked to consider collaboration. “We knew that if you get led down the wrong path it can completely derail your career.” But if there’s a theme in CHVRCHES’ world as they prepare to release their third record, Love Is Dead, it’s willful, determined openness, both ideologically - more on that in a minute – and in terms of actual creative process.