Mark your calendars! The 13th Annual Napa Valley Aloha Festival will take place on September 19-20, 2020 at the Napa Valley Expo (575 Third St, Napa, CA) As always admission is free! See our event schedules for list performers & workshop offerings.
Lost and Found
If you lost an item at the festival, visit the information booth during the event or contact us and we will get back to you if your item is found.
Is there an admission fee for the festival?
Admission and parking are absolutely free.
When does the festival begin?
Festivities will start at 10 a.m. on all days.
Where can I get updates about the Napa Valley Aloha Festival?
We recommend following us on Facebook, Twitter or sign-up for the email list for festival updates.
How can I volunteer?
Volunteer with the Napa Valley Aloha Festival is easy! You can either sent us a message via our contact us page or fill out the volunteer application here.
Is it possible the Aloha Festival will be canceled?
The festival will go on as planned rain or shine. However, if a natural disaster or act of terror occurs, the festival will be canceled for safety.
Driving to Napa
Napa is just over an hour’s drive from the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento. For directions, use the address 575 3rd St. Napa, CA 94558. It will direct to you to the 3rd St. entrance of the Napa Valley Expo. Parking access to the Expo will be on Silverado Trail. Signage and personnel to direct traffic.
Parking will be available at 11h Annual Napa Valley Aloha Festival. General parking will be available in the Silverado parking lot. The 3rd St. lot will be limited.
- Folding low-back chairs
- Blankets or small tarp for the grass area
- Backpacks and small coolers
- Ohana & Friends
- Aloha Spirt
- Weapons of any kind
- Drugs or drug paraphernalia of any kind (includes narcotics and marijuana)
- Glass Containers
- Pets (Service animals are okay)
- Bad Attitudes