The venue, nestled on a picturesque, oak-dotted hillside, will feature a combination of tiered seating and include fixed seats and VIP boxes, as well as a lawn area where general admission seating will guarantee a variety of ticket pricing options for concert-goers. Season pass and VIP ticket holders will be able to immerse themselves in the full concert experience through convenient access to luxury VIP Services. The highest service standards and amenities will be available; including, valet parking, VIP/artist reception area, and a first-class restaurant offering concert goers the opportunity to enjoy a gourmet dinner before viewing the performance from private viewing areas.
The winery broke ground on the construction in spring of 2012 and anticipates project completion in Summer of 2013. The event season will run roughly seven months long, spanning from mid-July through mid-December. During the first years of operations, the facility plans on hosting approximately fifteen to twenty events in a given year. The proposed design of the project is consistent with the existing style of the hospitality center, which combines classic California Mission-style design with modern European elegance and reflects the winery’s Swiss heritage. Work out when and for how long to visit Vina Robles Amphitheatre and other Paso Robles attractions using our handy Paso Robles online trip itinerary planner .
Vina Robles Amphitheatre Reviews
This was our fifth concert at Vina Robles. NO bad seats. We saw Steve Miller for the second time, and the crowd really responds so beautifully to these artists. We also enjoyed dinner on the terrace..... more »
Went to see ZZ Top here for our one year wedding anniversary. Growing up going to the Greek Theater in LA, my first impression of Vina Robles was, “Awe, how cute!” It is quite small, but the seating.... more »
This was beautiful venue. I have been here for a show and have been for wine tasting. They were very helpful and friendly when it came to handicapped accessability, although parking was a bit difficult. The food offered for grab and go to your seat was a bit limited. I highly recommend taking a seat cushion with you. Overall, a great experience.
Absolutely one of our favorite places to see a performance! The best sound. Only down side is ...no cocktails. 😉😊
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