Blue Note Napa
Kokua Maui Concert Feat: Patrick Landeza, Azure McCall, Chris Lau and Justin Firmeza

    Join us as Northern California's top Hawaiian musicians gather in the spirit of kōkua (assistance) and aloha (love) to raise funds for those affected by the fires on Maui. "Napa and Blue Note have been so supportive of Hawaiian music, it's only natural that we organize an event here” The show will feature two-time Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award winner Patrick Landeza with Azure McCall, Chris Lau and Justin Firmeza.
    ALL TICKET PROCEEDS from the evening will go directly to help those affected by the fire on Maui.

    BLUE NOTE NAPA is located on the 1st floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House. We are an intimate 183 person seated live music club and restaurant. We offer a dinner menu in all sections.
    Ages 8+

    • Ticket prices/person.
    • Seating is first come, first seated in section purchased.
    • 2 Drink Minimum (can be alcohol, mocktail, coffee, soda etc)
    • No Babies
    ​ * Policies are subject to change

    Booth for 4: Requires minimum of 4 seats to be purchased. Price is per person. Seating is first come, first seated. Not available as singles or pairs. You will be seated when you arrive. (dark green)

    Booth for 5 or 6: Requires 5 or 6 seats to be purchased. Price is per person. Seating is first come, first seated. Not available as singles or pairs. You will be seated when you arrive. (light green)

    Floor Tables: The closest tables on the floor to the stage. First come, first seated. Pairs are seated across from one another. (dark blue)

    High Bar: Great view! Chairs are tall with backs and padded seats. Seating is first come, first seated.(bright blue)

    Side Stage: Stage level table seating w/ chairs. First come, first seated. Pairs are seated across each other.(Purple)

    Center Platform: An elevated viewing section with fantastic sight lines to the stage. Table seating with tall chairs that have backs and padded seats. First come, first seated. Pairs are seated across from each other (light blue)

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

    SIDE SEATING:  Bar stool seating at the Bar or on our side bar. Tall chairs have backs and padded seats. First come, first seated. (red)

    Please contact our Box Office with any special needs or accommodation requests.
    • The venue is Ages 8 + (w/ children under 16 to be accompanied by an adult).
    • No refunds / cameras/ vaping/ smoking/ outside food or drink.
    1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
    Box Office: or 707.880.2300

    • Patrick Landeza

      When Patrick Landeza became the first mainland-based artist to win the Nā Hōkū Hanohano award in 2013, he told the audience, “Being born and raised on the mainland (Berkeley, Ca) never made me any less Hawaiian.” Landeza made history by being the first and only mainland-born-and-raised Hawaiian musician to win the prestigious award. Having initially learned how to play slack key guitar from family members, Landeza later apprenticed with slack key legend, Raymond Kāne, and was mentored by slack key masters such as Cyril Pahinui, George Kuo, and Dennis Kamakahi.

      Landeza, a well-respected slack key instructor and performer in his own right, has taught classes in private and at music camps nationwide. As well, his music lessons have been published in Acoustic Guitar Magazine. Still, Landeza continues to focus his attention on future generations. In 2013 he authored a children’s book, “Danny’s Hawaiian Journey,” and as a school teacher, has partnered with schools and youth groups to provide cultural education through ukulele lessons in his grade school classes. Landeza’s efforts and enthusiasm have not gone unrecognized. His second book, “From The Island Of Berkeley: Memoirs Of A California-Born Hawaii,” was released in 2017 and received a special foreword written by Senator Daniel Akaka.

      Other musical achievements include the Kapalakiko Aloha Spirit award (Landeza was the youngest recipient at the age of 34) and the Hawaii Music Award. He also shared his music and aloha spirit with a captive audience at Carnegie Hall in 2012. In 2015 Landeza received the Hawai'i Chamber of Commerce of Northern California’s Kulia I Ka Nu'u Award (strive for the summit) for his contributions in promoting the Aloha Spirit throughout Northern California and beyond.  Landeza received the Nā Hōkū Hanohano Ki Ho’alu Foundation Legacy Award in 2019, an honor recognizing Hawaiian Slack Key music’s legacy in Hawaiian mele (music). He now joins his mentors Dennis Kamakahi and Cyril Pahinui in receiving this award.

       In addition to a thriving music career, Landeza is an entrepreneur and owns several businesses including a successful clothing line, "Aloha Everywhere,” an island-inspired jewelry line, "Patrick Landeza Designs," a concert production company, “House of Hawaiian Music,” and most recently, “Landeza’s Island,” a catering company that serves traditional Hawaiian food such as Lau Lau and Hawaiian-style Poke. By far, his proudest achievement is his ohana including wife Jennifer, and his five young children.

      Landeza is proudly in his 28th year of education and is currently works in Advancement/Development at Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward, CA. In 2021 Landeza won his second Nā Hōkū Hanohano award and a historical first for a mainland-based Hawaiian artist to win repeatedly in the same category. Currently Landeza has just been appointed Executive Director of HIC Lifestyle (Hawaiian Island Creation) and acts as Community Liaison/Cultural Advisor to Trader Vics Worldwide.
    • Azure McCall

      Hawaii’s first lady of jazz is a multi-award winning vocalist. 

      She is heir to the vocal tradition of Sarah Vaughn, Carmen Mcrae and Ella Fiitzgerald.
      her warmth and sense of humor fuel every interpretation.

      After releasing her first CD  ‘Body and Coul’ she was asked by the great bassist, once married to Ella Fiitzgerald, to be his vocalist on tour. His band consisted of Geoff Keezer, Kareem Riggins, Joe Lovano, Nicholas Peyton an of course, Ray Brown. She accepted and it began an incredible jazz journey, school was in!

       Soon after Azure, became the first singer for The Freddy Hubbard Band.

       Azure performed for two years with the great Frank Morgan.

      Azure has recorded three CD’s  “Body and Soul”, “Harlem Notcurne” and “The Gift.” Master pianist Tennyson Stephen, drums Jess Gopen, Bruce Hamada, bass and Jim Howard, on additional keyboard. Her third CD included, drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, bassist Alphonso Johnson, guitar Phil Upchurch. 

      Asked by Dizzy Gillespie to join him at what turned out to be his last the Monterey Jazz Festival was an “aw” moment in my music career

      in 2008 President Barack Obama asked her to perform at his pre-election party. that’s why he won Azure says, (smiling)

      Azure became the ‘jazz diva’ for celebrity and royal carribbean cruises, where she traveled to and performed in more than 50 countries.
    • Maui Strong Fundraiser

      The Maui Strong Fund is providing financial resources to support the immediate and long-term recovery needs for the people and places affected by the devastating Maui wildfires.

      HCF is working in close collaboration with state and county leaders, nonprofit organizations, and community members to get an understanding of the quickly evolving priorities. HCF has a four phase approach to disaster response: click here.

      HCF will not be collecting a fee for donations to the Maui Strong Fund; 100 percent of the funds will be distributed for community needs.

      Please consult the following links for more information. If you still have questions, contact Donor Services at or (808) 566-5560.

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