STAR 102.5’s Live In the Vineyard

STAR 102.5’s Live In the Vineyard

STAR 102.5 is giving you a once in a lifetime chance to win tickets for a private weekend getaway with acoustic concerts featuring the hottest singer/songwriters of the moment in a unique and incredible environment for a “not for sale” winner-only private concert in the foothills of the most beautiful country imaginable—California’s famed Napa Valley.

This experience is totally intimate and amazing acoustic concerts paired with tastings of some of the finest wines and food that Napa has to offer in the incomparable setting of the famed Napa Uptown Theatre in beautiful downtown Napa, California

Register below for a chance to win private access to the most exclusive music event of the year. One grand prize winner chosen at random from everyone who enters by Monday, March 16 at Noon.  We’ll notify the winner the afternoon of Tuesday, March 17.

Grand Prize:

  • March 27-29, 2015. Two nights hotel stay at the Napa River Inn
  • Round trip airfare for two from a Midwest city to one of three area airports: San Francisco, Sacramento or Oakland. Winner responsible for all travel to and from the airport. Once at the resort, all transportation is covered
  • Welcome cocktail reception & wine tasting @ Westin Verasa Napa
  • Private main acoustic concert @ Uptown Theatre, Friday and Saturday nights
  • Private tour & passport tasting at Sutter Home Winery with Melissa Etheridge

The following STAR artists are confirmed to attend*:

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artist-needtobreath artist-tingtings artist-veronicas
artist-priory artist-ohhoney artist-gregholden
artist-familyoftheyear

*Subject to change.
ENTER HERE:

Must be 21 years or older to enter. Official rules (.pdf).

Enter here for a second chance to win.

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