Napa and Sonoma

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  • 1. Cameo Cinema

    The art nouveau Cameo Cinema, built in 1913 and now beautifully restored, screens first-run and art-house movies. Equipped with Barco laser projection and Dolby Atmos sound systems, the 140-seat venue occasionally hosts live performances.

    1340 Main St., St. Helena, California, 94574, USA
  • 2. Green Music Center

    The center's principal, acoustically sophisticated Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall hosts classical (Santa Rosa Symphony), jazz (Kenny Barron Quintet), avant-garde (Kronos Quartet), and other ensembles, as well as performers from Martha Redbone and Joan Baez to Ice-T and Branford Marsalis. During summer the hall's back wall opens out for Summer at the Green concerts on a terraced lawn. The curved walls of the intimate 240-seat Schroeder Hall were designed to enhance the sounds of the room's 1,248-pipe organ.  If driving, park in Lots L–O (included in ticket price).

    Rohnert Park Expwy. and Petaluma Hill Blvd., California, 94928, USA
  • 3. JaM Cellars Ballroom

    Upstairs from the Blue Note Napa jazz club, this larger venue inside the 1880 Napa Valley Opera House books acts like Chris Botti year-round and hosts some of the hottest aftershow events of the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival.

    1030 Main St., Napa, California, 94559, USA
  • 4. Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

    This cultural hub, configured theater-style or open-floor depending on the performance, books acts and ensembles as varied as Riverdance, Anjelah Johnson, Amy Grant, and Los Lobos.

    50 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa, California, 95403, USA
  • 5. Mystic Theatre & Music Hall

    In keeping with its roots as a vaudeville house, the Mystic, which opened in 1911, books all sorts of acts and events, from indie bands and comedians to folk and alternative acts and old-school rockers. The space holds about 500 people.

    23 Petaluma Blvd. N, Petaluma, California, 94952, USA
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  • 6. Phoenix Theater

    The bill at this nonprofit-run 1904 structure that debuted as an opera house might include anything from boxing to Rocky Horror Show screenings. On most nights, though, local and sometimes traveling bands take the stage.

    201 Washington St., Petaluma, California, 94952, USA
  • 7. Raven Performing Arts Theater

    The Raven Players theater group is the resident company of this venue that also presents comedy, bands and solo artists, and musicals and plays by other troupes.

    115 North St., Healdsburg, California, 95448, USA
  • 8. Sebastiani Theatre


    This theater, built on Sonoma Plaza in 1934 by Italian immigrant and entrepreneur Samuele Sebastiani, schedules first-run films, as well as occasional musical and theatrical performances.

    476 1st St. E, near W. Spain St., Sonoma, California, 95476, USA
  • 9. Uptown Theatre

    At 860 seats, this art deco former movie house attracts performers like Ziggy Marley, Lyle Lovett, Roseanne Cash, Napa Valley resident Boz Scaggs, and others.

    1350 3rd St., Napa, California, 94559, USA

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