Courtesy City Winery
Sweet! From a press release:
“City Winery Washington D.C. (1350 Okie St NE) is thrilled to announce a surprise late show following the DC Jazz Festival® (DC JazzFest) Opening Ceremony today, Thursday, June 7, featuring a very special appearance by legendary comedian, writer, actor & producer Dave Chappelle, who is about to embark on a seven show, three city tour with Jon Stewart. Chappelle will join longtime friend and musician Frederic Yonnet beginning at 11:00pm. Hot off the heels of two Netflix specials and a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album, Chappelle brings his unparalleled talents back to his hometown, Washington DC, for this special night. Chappelle’s appearance in City Winery’s intimate venue is a part of the special programming bringing excitement and energy to Washington’s Ivy City neighborhood this year.
All tickets to this special engagement are $50.00 and are general admission, with seating available on a first come, first served basis. Doors open at 10:30pm and tickets can be purchased at www.citywinery.com/washingtondc beginning today at 12:00pm EST. City Winery’s Barrel Room restaurant, bar and lounge will be open for regular dinner service beginning at 5pm and reservations can be made online or by calling 202-250-2531. Reservations to the first-floor restaurant do not include access to the show but can be reserved separately.
City Winery Washington D.C. is the official mainstage partner for the 2018 DC JazzFest, the nation’s most diverse citywide jazz festival, kicking off with the Opening Ceremony and performance by Yonnet, an acclaimed jazz harmonicist. Tickets for all of City Winery’s exciting DC JazzFest performances are now live at www.citywinery.com/washingtondc, where guests can reserve seats for a variety of world-class performers in the Winery’s intimate 300-seat performance space. A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit DC JazzFest’s outreach programs, encouraging musical skills, education, and appreciation year-round among students in the metropolitan Washington region.”