Live in the Vineyards and the VH1 Save The Music Foundation will kick off a special charity event featuring Eric Hutchinson on April 12.

Every year, Live in the Vineyard brings one of the biggest parties to Napa. It’s an intimate weekend that combines, tastemakers from around the country, exquisite music, wine and food. This year, they’re kicking things off with a special charity night benefiting the 15th Anniversary of the VH1 Save the Music Foundation at Raymond Vineyards in St. Helena.

The kick-off event will be held in the gorgeous Crystal Cellar at Raymond Vineyards and feature a performance by American singer-songwriter Eric Hutchinson.

You can get in on a one-of-a-kind silent auction that includes prizes such as a $1,500 gift certificate from the VH1 Save The Music Foundation board member John Varvatos, an exclusive handbag from Gwen Stefani's LAMB collection, two tickets to Tiger Jam hosted by Tiger Woods in Las Vegas, exclusive wine experiences at Raymond Vineyards, and much more. All proceeds from the auction and a portion of the proceeds from the limited amount of $150 public tickets will support the Foundation’s mission to restore instrumental music education in public schools.

Before this year, the event was only open to contest winners and industry insiders. Now, it’s open to the public for the first time ever! Grab one of these sought-after tickets, which available in a very limited number for $150 each via www.raymondvineyards.com.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Live In The Vineyard,” said Paul Cothran, Vice President & Executive Director of the VH1 Save The Music Foundation. “With their help we will be one step closer to our goal of ensuring that no child be deprived of a complete education, which includes music. Everyone in attendance will be doing their part and I am sure Eric Hutchinson will provide an unforgettable performance!”

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