Blue Note Napa

Tavana is a multi-instrumentalist from Honolulu, HI who uses his feet to lay down a variety of grooves while simultaneously playing guitar, banjo, lap steel, or ukulele and singing soulful, island-inspired Rock and Blues. 

BLUE NOTE NAPA is on the 1st floor of the historic Napa Valley Opera House and is an intimate 180-seated live music club and restaurant. World-class and local Bay Area artists perform here. Before and during the show, we offer a sophisticated dinner menu and a wide selection of wines and cocktails to order.


  • Tickets are priced per person.
  • Seating is First-come, First-seated in the purchased section.
  • 2 Drink Minimum (coffee/sodas/mocktails) if not ordering food.
  • Ages 8 + unless otherwise specified.
  • No Infants.
  • Arrive 30 min prior to door time for optimal choice of seating. 
  • Policies are subject to change.

BOOTHS: Not available as singles or pairs

Booth for 4: Requires 4 seats to be purchased. (dark green)

Booth for 5 or 6: Requires 5 or 6 seats to be purchased. (light green) 


Floor Tables: Table Seating on the floor. Pairs sat opposite each other (dark blue)

High Bar: Great view! Tall chairs with padded seats, sat side by side (bright blue)

Center Platform: Elevated viewing section with good sight lines. Tall table & Chair seating. Pairs sat opposite each other (light blue)

ADA for those that require accessible seating. Companions purchase Floor Table. (dark blue)

Side Stage: 
Stage level table seating. Pairs sat opposite each other. (purple)
Rear Bar and Side Bar: Tall chairs with padded seats, sat side by side (red)

Please contact our Box Office with any inquiries or special needs requests.
1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
Box Office: or 707.880.2300

  • Tavana

    Tavana “In The Water Tour”
    This Summer, one of Hawaii‘s most explosive talents, Tavana, will embark on a highly antici- pated first tour of California’s West Coast. Tavana is a one-man musical wrecking crew from Honolulu, who uses his feet to lay down a variety of grooves while simultaneously playing guitar, banjo, lap steel, or ukulele and singing deep-soulful, island-inspired rock and blues, bridging the gap between Hawaiian Music and Delta Blues. He consistently sells shows out in Hawaii leaving audiences in awe of his musical energy. The tour is titled ‘In the Water’ which was written for and is dedicated to everyone impacted by the fires in Lahaina, Maui, and will be a driving force for this tour.
    “He’s more the exception than the rule, he is a great human and I’m glad to know him”
    —Eddie Vedder
    “Tavana is a man on a mission and big opportunities await his arrival. As a human being and friend, Tavana’s a chill guy, honest and easygoing. I believe he’s on the edge of going big.”
    — Henry Kapono
    Tavana is known for his Waikiki jam sessions and regularly jams with a who’s who of players in Hawaii, including Eddie Vedder who invited Tavana to sing ‘Hawaii 78’ - a Hawaii anthem of sorts - with him at the Hawaii Theatre. From a recording of their performance together, Vedder produced a limited vinyl record that was sent out to 10,000 Pearl Jam fans. Vedder also took Tavana out on tour for several dates as his opening act for his solo album. Tavana has jammed with many musical greats, including Jack Johnson, Pat Simmons, Michael McDonald, Henry Kapono, G Love, Willie K, John Cruz, Ron and Thunderstorm Artis, and Leon Mobley (Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals). He also has been the supporting act for Alabama Shakes, Shakey Graves, Xavier Rudd, Jenny Lewis, Julian Marley, and Kaleo to name just a few.
    Tavana is a multi-Nā Hōkū Hanohano (Hawaiian Grammy®) nominee and is currently featured on an in-flight video on all Hawaiian Airlines. He was a featured artist on Henry Kapono’s “The Songs of C&K” and is also a featured “Playing for Change” artist.

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