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Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew: REMAIN IN LIGHT w/ special guest X


Dec 31 Sun
Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew: REMAIN IN LIGHT w/ special guest X9:00 PM
JaM Cellars Ballroom
Public On Sale: FRIDAY 8.25.23 @ 10 AM PST
Presale On Sale: WED & THURS

JaM Cellars Ballroom is located on the 2nd Floor of the historic Napa Valley Opera House in Downtown Napa.

  • FLOOR GA STANDING: ADV $ 99/ Day of Show $110*
    BALCONY Access STANDING W/ Limited Seating ADV $159 / Day of Show $170*
Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew Meet and Greet Experience 
$199 per package* 
  • One Floor General Admission ticket 
  • VIP early entry into the venue 7 PM 
  • Exclusive pre-show meet & greet with Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew 
  • Personal photograph with Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew 
  • Intimate pre-show stories behind the songs 
  • Q&A with Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew 
  • Collectible tour poster, autographed by Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew 
  • Limited edition Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew tour tote bag 
  • Commemorative pre-show VIP laminate 
  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before doors open to public 
  • Very limited availability
  • 6 Ticket Limit
*Does not include add’l fees or taxes

Your tickets will be sent from TicketWeb to the email provided on your order. Please check all spam folders.
  • Upon arrival, have your PDF ticket open on your smart device with your full brightness on. Your ticket should have a bar code on it. 
  • OR Print your PDF ticket(s) from your email and bring with you. 
  • Tickets will not be at Will Call unless you are on a guest list.
  • Ages 8 + (w/ children under 16 accompanied by an adult).
  • No babies.
  • No refunds/cameras/vaping/smoking/weapons or outside food/drink.
  • All areas are General Admission with limited seating in VIP Balcony.
  • Every person requires a ticket for entry.
Accessible Needs: GA shows have an Accessible area available for sale in each section. Please purchase ADA seating. Companions purchase companion seating. There is an elevator to the 2nd Floor entry as the ballroom entrance has stairs.

Any special needs or accommodation requests, please call the Blue Note Napa Box Office for General Information, and assistance if needed.

Due to the historic nature of the Ballroom, there are no bathrooms located upstairs. Facilities are located downstairs through the Blue Note Club and are accessible via stairs or the elevator.

There is no adjacent parking to the venue; however, parking is free in downtown Napa.

There is dining and bar service available downstairs for purchase if the show downstairs is not Sold Out and if there is seating available.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!

1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
Box Office: 707.880.2300 Open Wed-Sun when there is a show on the calendar.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!


“Four decades after the inception of X, one thing is clear: X was not only one of the most influential bands to crash out of the punk movement of the late ‘70s, but the band’s music continues to be sonically groundbreaking today. Songs written during the group’s inception are as relevant and inventive today as they were in 1977.
It’s not surprising when you consider the group’s unique beginnings, which can only be attributed to fate. On the same day with nearly the exact same wording, two want-ads appear in a local music rag. One was sent in by a guitarist named Billy Zoom, the other by bassist who called himself John Doe.
Zoom, a rockabilly rebel who’d performed with Gene Vincent, had read a negative review of a band called the Ramones. It said they only played three chords and they played ‘em too fast. So naturally, he went to see them. The show was at the Golden West Ballroom in the L.A. suburb of Norwalk in early ’77, and as soon as the Ramones started to perform, Zoom realized that, musically, he’d found exactly what he wanted to do with his life.
Doe, who was originally from the Baltimore area, was already down with the East Coast CBGB’s scene and by the time the two got in the same room together after responding to each other’s ads, it seemed it was meant to be. They performed a few shows with various drummers before a poet with no ambition of being a singer would enter the picture.
Doe found her in Venice Beach, at a poetry reading. He liked her poems so much he offered to perform them in his band. The poet, Exene Cervenka, had just moved to town from Florida and she told him, no offense, but if anyone was gonna perform her poems, it would be her, and she soon ended up in the band. Zoom was skeptical about someone’s girlfriend being in the band. After they did their first show with Exene, he didn’t know exactly what it was she had, but he knew it was magic.
After a succession of drummers, Doe was at the underground punk club the Masque in Hollywood one night, checking out a band called the Eyes, which featured a pre-Go-Go’s bass player named Charlotte Caffey. He called Zoom immediately and said he’d found their drummer. Doe told him he played with a parade snare and hit it hard as a hammer. Zoom told him to promise him anything. His name was D.J. Bonebrake and he quickly signed on. The band was now complete, and X would soon emerge from the young punk scene as one of its most successful offspring.
The band’s early albums, Los Angeles (1980), produced by Ray Manzarek of the Doors, Wild Gift (1981), and Under the Big Black Sun (1982) explored dark love and an even darker L.A. with the unflinching eye of a Raymond Chandler novel. Doe and Cervenka would marry and later divorce, but they’d always remain soulmates. As they released each ensuing album, More Fun in the New World(1983) and Ain’t Love Grand (1985), the band continued to grow sonically and politically, fearlessly mixing genres without ever losing its center. As each member went on to explore diverse careers—careers that included acting, art, writing, producing and multiple side projects.”
In late 1997— The original members of X came together for the first time in 12 years for a record signing at Tower Records Hollywood. The amazing response from fans led to the band agreeing to play two shows -one at the Trocadero in San Francisco and one at the Palladium in Hollywood in early 1998. Both shows quickly sold out & the Trocadero added a 2nd show.
“… we asked each member to weigh in on the band’s past and present and to explain just how exactly they’ve managed to keep the fire inside..."