“BLUES ALLEY JAZZ is pleased to announce the return of live music”

1073 Wisconsin Avenue, NW (alley)

From Blues Alley:

“BLUES ALLEY JAZZ is pleased to announce the return of live music entertainment at our iconic Georgetown location in Washington, DC. After an 18-month hiatus, to the day, Blues Alley will reopen its doors with nightly music four days a week for four weeks.

This is an historic opportunity as America’s oldest jazz supper club reawakens from its unprecedented slumber due to the global pandemic. Seating will be initially limited to a 50% seating capacity to allow all patrons to be properly socially-distanced and to enjoy the music in a relaxed environment with others. Future acts and artists will be announced after Labor Day.

Upcoming shows here.

***PLEASE NOTE: All ticket holders must show proof of vaccination at the door upon arrival or admittance to the event will be refused. You have the option to present your physical card or show a photo of it on your phone***”

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