Mar. 6-7: Mustard, Mud & Music Festival in downtown Calistoga


The antique hanging sign on Highway 29 at Lincoln Avenue that reads “Calistoga” with a big red arrow might as well be changed to say “Jazz” this weekend for the Mustard, Mud & Music Festival. Showcasing over a dozen jazz combos in a variety of venues and restaurants downtown, the festival further cements Calistoga as a cultural hub of the Napa Valley. With wooden sidewalks! Filling the streets with jazz across two days is the blues saxophone of the Nancy Wright Trio, the Latin rhythms of Rolando Morales, the rising sounds of the Steve Dudgeon Quartet, the breezy vocals of Michelle Michaels and many, many more. Each ticket includes 10 wine tastings per day—whoohoo!—and all the jazz you can handle until sundown. It’s a perfect date idea on Saturday-Sunday, March 6-7, at various venues in downtown Calistoga. 1pm to 7pm. $25; $40 two-day pass. 707.942.6333.Gabe Meline


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