Ste. Chapelle Winery Announces Open Air Sunday Summer Concerts

Pack those portable chairs and get ready to groove! Idaho’s oldest and largest winery, Ste. Chapelle Winery, announces its summer lineup of concert performances, packed with something for every music lover.

New this year are opt-ins for season passes, which cover one admission for each performance throughout the entire concert series. Also just added is a VIP table-and-seat option for eight adults (ages 21+, please), which grants exclusive access to designated seating near the main stage under the shaded gazebo. VIP tickets include two bottles of new release wines, lawn games, and a private server for additional bottle purchases (sorry, additional seats per table cannot be added). Wine Club members of Ste. Chapelle and its sister winery, Sawtooth, receive discounts for these opportunities and individual ticket sales (details below).

Open Air Sunday Summer Concert Series

Presented by MC Productions & Ste. Chapelle Winery

Park gates open at 11 a.m.; concerts run 1-4:30 p.m.

Ste. Chapelle Concert Park, 19348 Lowell Rd. Caldwell, ID 83607

Tickets available online via or at the door.


June 5 – Ryan Curtis Band

June 12 – The Fabulous Chancellors

June 19 – High Street Party Band

June 26 – Nate Bosford

July 3 – Dave Nudo Band (country-inspired)

July 10 – Moody Jews

July 17- The Noteables Band

July 24 – Come Together Band (Beatles tribute)

July 30 (Note: a Saturday addition!) – Idaho Brass Band of the Treasure Valley (30-piece brass band)

July 31 – Blues Addicts (Chicago blues genre)

August 7 – Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats (progressive psychobilly-folk grass)

August 14 – Ashley Rose Band

August 21 – Wayward Son Band (country-Southern sock)

August 28 – J.R. & The Stingrays (oldies rock of the 50s and 60s)

September 4 – Jake Blues and Friends (blues/rock)

September 11 – High Street Party Band (dance)

September 18 (Last concert of the season) – Billy Blues Band ft. Michele Eastland & Becky B.


Admission per concert: $25/person, general; $20/person, Ste Chapelle & Sawtooth Wine Club members; under 21, free

VIP tables (for 8 guests ages 21+): $400 per table, general; $360, Wine Club members

Season pass*: $400/person, general; $320/person, Wine Club members; under 21, free

(*ticket processing fees are waived with season pass purchase)

Ste. Chapelle and Sawtooth wine, beer, wine slushies and food may be purchased on site from local food trucks. Picnics and low back chairs are welcome. No pets or outside alcohol allowed, but outside picnic food is permitted. The tasting room is available by appointment only; please visit online to make a reservation. No canopies or BBQs allowed. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Concerts are held rain or shine.

About Ste. Chapelle
Since 1975, Ste. Chapelle has elevated Idaho wine with a commitment to fine winemaking under Meredith Smith, using grapes planted among the sweeping orchards of Southwestern Idaho in the Snake River Valley AVA and beyond. It has grown to become the largest winery in Idaho and its Caldwell, Idaho tasting room, parklike grounds and valley views are a hometown favorite for great wines, destination summer concerts and special events. Learn more about the winery at

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