The Avett Brothers Concert


Frequently Asked Questions

  • ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL AND NON-REFUNDABLE. Please note that Robert Mondavi Winery and TIXR are NOT responsible for lost or stolen tickets. TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN OF ALL AGES, INCLUDING INFANTS. Please kindly consider others when deciding to bring small children to the show. All artists and times are subject to change without notice.

  • All ages are welcome. All ages require a ticket, even infants. Due to limited space, strollers and wagons are not allowed in the venue. See question # 13 for other restricted items.

  • All patrons attending The Avett Brothers Concert at Robert Mondavi Winery are required to show proof of vaccination (must be 2 weeks past final dose) OR a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours from the time of entry to the venue. Patrons ages 2 and above must produce a negative COVID-19 test.  Your COVID test must be performed by a 3rd party and can either be antigen or PCR.  Please note: At-home tests are not accepted.

  • We have limited on-site parking and carpooling is highly encouraged. There is no charge for parking.

    Although the moon gorgeously lights up the night, there is minimal lighting at the venue after dark. We DO suggest bringing flashlights. Open flames (such as candles and even hurricane lanterns) are prohibited. Smart phone flashlights come in handy at the end of the concert.

  • The doors open at 5:30 pm
    or once the artist has completed sound check. We must wait until sound check ends prior to guests being allowed to enter the venue. We do not allow pre-placing of blankets or chairs. For those guests with special needs please
    refer to question #14.

  • Gates open at 5:30pm or after sound check is complete. The concert begins at 7:00pm. Concerts typically end between 9:00 and 9:30pm. We recommend you arrive by 5:00pm to get better parking and a preferred space on the lawn for General Admission ticket level seating.

  • Most concerts have an intermission that lasts about 30 minutes. Once intermission ends our retail shop closes and wine sales end. On occasion an artist plays a full set with no intermission.

  • There is only one ticket level, or General Admission lawn seating for The Avett Brothers concert. Guests provide their own low beach chair or blanket to sit on the lawn. Lawn beach chairs are defined as: Lawn chairs must have a seat no higher than 12" from the ground and the back must be no higher than 32" from the ground. NO HIGH BACK CHAIRS WILL BE ALLOWED INTO VENUE.

  • Tickets will be available for purchase online only from TIXR and delivered electronically, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. All tickets are charged a service fee and credit card processing fee. Tickets are required for adults and children of all ages including infants. All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. All artists and times are subject to change without notice.

  • Tickets must be purchased online from TIXR. We do not have tickets for sale at Robert Mondavi Winery. For questions or to reach the box office please email:

  • Allowed: Low lawn chairs, blankets
    and bags and purses limited in size to 14” x 11” x 5” or 30 linear inches in total. All bags are subject to inspection upon entry.

  • Concessions will be available to purchase inside the venue. We encourage you to support food vendors on site. All food is subject to availability. Please note: outside food is not permitted.

  • Not Permitted: Alcoholic beverages, outside food, umbrellas, liquids, coolers and ice chests, lounge chairs, tables, wagons, strollers, regular height chairs, pets, barbecues, cameras, video or audio equipment.

    In order to ensure the safety of our guests, we have made a few changes to our policy regarding what can be brought into the concert. Outside food and liquids (including water) are no longer permitted. As in past years, Robert Mondavi Winery wines and an expanded selection of food from local vendors and food trucks will be available. Ice chests may no longer be brought in, and bags and purses will be limited in size to 14" x 11" x 5", or 30 linear inches in total, and must have no more than one singular pocket or opening. All bags will be subject to inspection upon entry. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we strive to make our concerts safe for everyone.

  • The concert is held outside and is held Rain or Shine. We can experience temperatures ranging from 45 degrees to 85 degrees F. in October. Days can be warm and evenings can cool off quickly. We recommend that you bring a jacket or sweater. Comfortable shoes are recommended for the general admission lawn seating. For more up to date weather information please visit

  • The Robert Mondavi Winery is located in the city of Oakville, California. There is lodging
    available in the surrounding areas: Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga.  Please visit: to help plan
    your trip.

  • Guest Behavior: If behavior of concert attendees adversely affects any other party's enjoyment of the show, or is determined to be unsafe, the attendees in question will be asked to leave and tickets will not be refunded. The view and opinions expressed by artists do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Robert Mondavi Winery.

    Smoking: Smoking and vaping of any kind, is prohibited throughout the concert venue except in designated areas.

    Lost and Found: Please contact our Security Office and/or Winery guest relations line at (888) 766-6328 ext 2 to inquire about the possible recovery of any lost items. If you have lost an item while at an event, please speak to any Guest Relations representative for assistance. Robert Mondavi Winery is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

    Re-Entry: Guests are permitted to leave and re-enter the same event as long as you have your current concert wristband on.

    Animals: Robert Mondavi Winery has a strict policy towards animals on the premises and therefore does not allow animals or pets at the concert under any circumstances, with the exception of service animals such as guide dogs. The ADA defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability.

  • The proceeds benefit the Napa Valley Unified School District high school music programs.

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