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Home to the beautiful cities of Danville, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton and San Ramon, Tri-Valley is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visit Tri-Valley and discover endless possibilities. http://www.visittrivalley.com.

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Escape to Tri-Valley’s renowned Livermore Valley wine country for an overnight performing arts experience! With top-tier tickets, fine dining, overnight accommodations and other amenities, the Livermore Valley Wine Country Escape package is ideal for visitors in search of an enjoyable getaway.

The new package is available for ten upcoming performances at the Bankhead Theater including dance, theater and comedy, as well as a broad range of music from the crystalline voices of Chanticleer and rich soul vocals of Lizz Wright, to the festive sounds of Mariachi Sol de Mexico and infectious country rock of Pure Prairie League.

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The Wine Country Escape combines a pair of tickets for the performance, a gourmet three-course dinner for two at Sanctuary Ultra Lounge across from the theater with appetizer, salad, entree and a glass of Livermore wine, and an overnight stay (double occupancy) at the nearby Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham. A complimentary bottle of award-winning Livermore Valley wine, a wine tasting card for use at local wineries, and a Livermore Downtown Guest Pass for discounts at participating businesses are also included.

A $370 value, the two-person Livermore Valley Wine Country Escape is available on a limited basis for the unbeatable price of $259.

This special package is offered in conjunction with several upcoming performances at the Bankhead Theater:
Alonzo King LINES Ballet – Contemporary Dance with Global Artistry & Vision
Saturday, April 28 at 8:00 p.m.
Pure Prairie League – One of Country-Rock’s Pioneering Forces
Thursday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Chanticleer “Love Story” – A Glorious Evening of Sheer Vocal Perfection
Sunday, May 20 at 2:00 p.m.
Buffalo Rome Rodeo Weekend – Country Western Music with a West Coast Feel
Friday, June 8 at 8:00 p.m.


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Conveniently located 33 miles from San Francisco, Tri-Valley’s Livermore Valley Wine Country has a long history of winemaking tradition and more than 50 wineries.

For an affordable weekend adventure, visit Tri-Valley and the cities of Danville, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton and San Ramon. Check out our website for info on attractions, places to stay, events and exclusive deals!

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Livermore Valley’s Concannon Vineyard, America’s first Irish-American winery, pays homage to the family’s Irish heritage by introducing Concannon Irish Whiskey. The whiskey, aged in casks from the winery’s iconic Petite Sirah has essence of Concannon’s wine.

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Taste of Tri-Valley Restaurant Week 2012 gets under way this weekend, starting with a Kick Off Party at Underdog Wine Bar at Concannon Vineyard on Friday, January 20.

Partygoers will be treated to an intimate event with live entertainment, food and wine. Acclaimed Bay Area chef, Barbara Llewellyn, has a tempting menu of decadent hor d’oeuvres, delicious dessert bites, and seasonal small plates made from local produce. Award-winning wine and a bubbly toast make for a perfect evening in Livermore Valley wine country evening.

Tickets are available online or by calling 925-583-1581. Use code UWBPARTY for an exclusive $20 discount on ticket prices.

The culinary celebration of the region doesn’t stop there. Enjoy exclusive prices on pre fixe menus all week long at thirty participating restaurants from Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville.

From upscale wine country restaurants to charming downtown cafés and innovative local favorites, visitors to Tri-Valley can explore the region’s diverse culinary offerings without breaking the bank during Taste of Tri-Valley Restaurant Week. The eight-day celebration provides food lovers the opportunity to dine at Tri-Valley’s vibrant and distinctive eateries for a fraction of the normal expense.

Taste of Tri-Valley Restaurant Week is Saturday, January 21- Sunday, January 29, 2012. Thirty restaurants throughout the region are participating with $15 2-course lunches and 3-course dinners for $20-30. The challenging part will be deciding which restaurants to visit!

Here’s a current list of participating restaurants.

Anarkalee Restaurant, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner   
Baci Bistro & Bar, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner
Blue Agave Club, Pleasanton
$30 Dinner 
Cafe Main, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner For Two  
Campo di Bocce, Livermore
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner 
Chicago’s Metropolitan Deli, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner
Coco Cabana, Dublin
$30 Dinner 
Eddie Papa’s American Hangout, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner 
El Charro Mexican Food & Cantina, Livermore
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner For Two 
El Nido Mexican Restaurant, Danville
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner  
Esin Restaurant & Bar, Danville
$30 Dinner    
Faz Restaurant, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner  
Garre Vineyard and WInery, Livermore
$15 Lunch 
Great American Grill, Livermore
$15 Lunch 
The Hop Yard Alehouse & Grill, Pleasanton
$15 Lunch  
The Hop Yard Alehouse & Grill, San Ramon
$15 Lunch 
Maria Maria, Danville
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner 
McNamara’s Steak and Chop House, Dublin
$30 Dinner 
Milano Joe’s Cucina Italiana, Livermore
$30 Dinner 
Nonni’s Bistro, Pleasanton
$30 Dinner
Porter’s Restaurant at Poppy Ridge Golf Course, Livermore
$15 Lunch 
Patrick David’s – An American Bistro, Danville
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner   
Norm’s Place, Danville
$15 Lunch 
The Restaurant at Wente Vineyards, Livermore
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner  
Sanctuary Ultra Lounge & Restaurant, Livermore
$20 Dinner 
Stixx and Steaks, San Ramon
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner 
Stomp! Wine Lounge & Restaurant, Danville
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner  
Tomo Sushi Bar & Grill, Pleasanton
$20 Dinner  
Underdog Wine Bar, Livermore
$15 Lunch | $30 Dinner  
Yiping Restaurant, San Ramon
$15 Lunch | $20 Dinner   

Check out the Tri-Valley CVB website for a sneak peak at the tempting menu selections to look forward to.

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Livermore Valley's winter tradition, Holidays in the Vineyards is December 3-4, 2011.

Take a couple days to get away for some holiday fun during the hustle and bustle of the season! Tri-Valley has a season full of events to treat yourself to during the holidays.

Celebrate the season at Livermore Valley’s annual wine country tradition, Holidays in the Vineyards. This admission-free event is December 3 and 4 from noon to 5 pm. More than 40 wineries will feature special tastings, food pairings and events. Local artisans will be at several wineries offering a wide variety of gifts for holiday giving, including chocolates, honey, jewelry, soaps, garden ornaments, knitwear, stationery, aprons, pet accessories and candles.

Santa Claus will make an appearance at Crooked Vine/Stony Ridge Winery, Rodrigue Molyneaux Winery, White Crane Winery, Cuda Ridge Wines, Longevity Wines, McGrail Vineyards & Winery, Mitchell Katz Winery, Tamas Estates and Wente Vineyards.

Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association hosts this holiday favorite. Check out the organization’s website for a full list of participating wineries, special wines, discounts, activities and vendors.

Cuda Ridge Wines is just one of more than 40 wineries featured in this year's Holiday's in the Vineyards.

Make Holidays in the Vineyards a true wine country weekend escape! Take advantage of the Winter Weekend Getaway, offering a $50 Visa card for a weekend stay at many Tri-Valley hotels. It’s the perfect excuse to pick up an extra bottle of your favorite Livermore Valley wine, dine at one of the Tri-Valley’s heralded restaurants, or pick up the perfect gift for a loved one at a downtown boutique.

Check out or list of perfect places to stay for your Tri-Valley Winter Weekend Getaway!

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 Two getaway packages entice visitors to the historic Livermore Valley wine country this summer.

The Livermore Shakespeare Festival and Livermore Valley Opera have teamed up to offer the perfect option for travelers seeking a full weekend of entertainment among the vineyards, with the ‘Bard & Bravo Package.’ It includes two tickets to the Livermore Shakespeare Festival’s production of The Tragedy of Macbeth in a gorgeous outdoor setting under the stars at Concannon Vineyard on Saturday, July 30, 2011 and admission to Livermore Valley Opera’s Bard & Bravo Festival at Retzlaff Vineyards on Sunday, July 31, 2011. Also included is one overnight stay at Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Livermore, two bottles of Livermore Valley wine and wine tasting coupons at select Livermore Valley wineries—for $259.

This is the first year Livermore Shakespeare Festival has joined with the LVO to offer this package for visitors. The intimate venues offer spectators a truly unique way to experience performances.

Livermore Shakespeare Package

Annual favorite, The Livermore Shakespeare Festival, is back for another season with the ‘Shakespeare in the Vineyards Package.’ An exciting San Francisco Bay Area option that’s indulgent but affordable, the package includes two tickets to the Livermore Shakespeare Festival in the gorgeous outdoor setting under the stars at Concannon Vineyard, along with an overnight stay at Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Livermore— for $229.

The Livermore Shakespeare Festival includes a production of William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth.

As the sun sets in the vineyard and the play begins, ‘Shakespeare in the Vineyard Package’ customers will be treated to a picnic for two. Available June 30-July 31, 2011, the special also includes: a gourmet picnic provided by Barbara Llewellyn Catering for Underdog Wine Bar, a bottle of Concannon wine, a full hot buffet breakfast, complimentary wine tasting at select wineries, as well as a Livermore Downtown Guest Pass for discounts at participating businesses in the charming, historic downtown shopping district.

Available Thursday through Sunday, package customers can opt to see either Shakespeare’s Macbeth, or Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Tenor.

For more information about the Livermore Shakespeare Festival, including how to purchase individual tickets, please visit http://www.livermoreshakes.org/.

For more information about the Livermore Valley Opera, including how to purchase individual tickets, please visit http://www.livermorevalleyopera.com.

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