Find quick answers here to your questions about venues, our COVID-19 policy, and how live-streaming works for the 2022 Earshot Jazz Festival.
Venue Accessibility and Addresses
Chapel Performance Space
The Chapel is on the fourth floor of the Good Shepherd Center. It is accessible by elevator or stairs and a ramp next to the main entrance of the building provides wheelchair access. Learn more here or email [email protected].
This venue is located at 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103.
Clock Out Lounge
Clock Out Lounge is an ADA accessible venue. If you need ADA seating please contact Clock Out Lounge at [email protected] and they will be sure to accommodate your request.
This venue is located at 4864 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108.
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
“LHPAI is dedicated to providing access to patrons with disabilities to make your visit enjoyable. We comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and hope to enhance your visit with us.”
If you require special services and auxiliary aids when visiting LHPAI, please call (206) 684-4758 10 business days in advance to allow for your personal assistance to be arranged.
This venue is located at 104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144.
“The entrance to our venue is on street level with no stairs, so the main floor and outdoor patio are completely accessible. Only our mezzanine has a stairs-only entrance.” Learn more here or email [email protected].
Nectar Lounge is located at 412 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103.
The Royal Room
The Royal Room is located at 5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118.
Sea Monster Lounge
Sea Monster Lounge is located at 2202 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103.
Town Hall Seattle
All spaces within Town Hall have seats reserved for those with ADA needs. The Forum and other event spaces have variable seating, but the Great Hall has fixed accessible seating.
Town Hall recommends that visitors use the 8th Avenue Entrance for events in the Great Hall and Reading Room, and the West Entrance for events in the Forum.
This 8th Avenue entrance has a three-minute drop-off and loading zone and exists across the street from the 8th Avenue Entrance. The doors are accessible via an at-grade ramp and lead into the lobby level. From that point, patrons can access an at-grade elevator serving all three levels of the building, as well as an all-gender and ADA restroom.
This West entrance has a loading zone that exists on Seneca street, directly outside the West Entrance. The alley-path to the West Entrance door is at-grade, but Town Hall asks that you please note that the 3-minute passenger load zone on Seneca is at a steep incline. The doors lead directly into the Forum level of the building with at-grade access to the elevator serving all three levels of the building, as well as an all-gender and ADA restroom.
Please note that the block Town Hall sits upon is currently under construction, but when construction is complete the West Entrance will be their new front doors. Cars will have access to an alley where patrons can be safely dropped off and picked up directly in front of this new maximally-accessible entrance.
This venue is located at 1119 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.
The Triple Door
“We have a chair lift and many of our seats are accessible by ramp. Please reference our seating chart or call 206.838.4333 for best available seating options.” For more information, check out their website here or email [email protected].
The Triple Door is located at 216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101.
Tickets and Access to Live In-Person Concerts
Earshot Jazz works to make jazz accessible to all by providing tiered pricing system and discounts to most events. Discounts available for senior citizens (60+), Earshot Jazz members, students, and military (active and veteran).
In light of ongoing COVID-19 concerns, the health and safety of audiences, artists, staff, and volunteers remain a top priority for Earshot Jazz. Please read this section to acquaint yourself with our policy before taking part in any Earshot Jazz in-person event. Our policy may change as health and government agencies issue new guidelines, and we will update this policy accordingly.
Policies may differ for events produced by one of our presenting partners. Please refer to their policies for those details.
If a venue partner’s policy is more stringent than ours, their policy will be enforced. If a venue partner’s policy is less stringent than our, Earshot’s policy will be enforced.
Proof of Vaccination No Longer Required
While Earshot Jazz no longer requires proof of vaccination at any venue where an Earshot Jazz event is being produced (unless that venue requires proof of vaccination), Earshot recommends that individuals be vaccinated.
Masking No Longer Required But Strongly Encouraged
We strongly encourage individuals to continue to wear masks indoors as much as possible except in cases where they are actively eating or drinking.
Earshot Jazz Staff & Volunteers
All Earshot Jazz staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated and will wear masks.
In the Event of Illness or Contact with COVID-19
We ask that any individual who is not feeling well, suspects they might be ill, or who has come into contact with the virus, to stay home.
We appreciate your cooperation. Please direct any questions to [email protected].
While Video On Demand (VOD) is not an option this year, live-streaming for certain shows is. This year’s festival features 39 in-person* concerts, 19 of which will be livestreamed. All livestreams will occur simultaneously with the live in-person concerts.
The following shows have the option to purchase live stream tickets:
- Remembering Overton Berry feat. Diane Schuur & Bruce Phares / Garfield High School Jazz Band on October 8 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Esthesis Quartet / Seattle JazzED Messengers on October 9 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Fellowship ‘Ceptet featuring Johnaye Kendrick on October 13 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Count Basie Orchestra Directed by Scotty Barnhart / Roosevelt High School Jazz Band on October 14 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Meridian Odyssey on October 15 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Jazz: The Second Century Watch Party on October 17 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Marquis Hill: New Gospel Revisited on October 18 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Dan Wilson Quartet / Elnah Jordan on October 19 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Jacqueline Tabor & Marina Albero: “Don’t Explain” on October 20 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Miguel Zenón Quartet on October 21 @ 7:30 pm. More Information here.
- The Holden Legacy: Darrelle Holden Group / Dave Holden Jr’s Grownfoux on October 23 @ 6:00 pm. More information here.
- Majid Bekkas Gnaoua Blues Band on October 23 @ 8:00 pm. More information here.
- Darrell Grant “MJ New” Quartet on October 27 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Alex Dugdale: What We Have On Tap on October 28 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Anat Cohen Quartetinho on October 29 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Joachim Mencel Quartet / M.O.M. on October 30 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Alex Dugdale Big Band on November 1 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Kelsey Mines: Compost:People / Robin Holcomb on November 4 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
- Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio on November 6 @ 7:30 pm. More information here.
The Buy Now button on an event page will take you to a secure site to purchase tickets. When available, a livestream option will be provided. You can view a guide to our live stream instructions here. The livestream will be a one-time stream available only at the time listed on your ticket. If you have any problems, email us! We’re happy to help.
At the time of purchase, you will receive a confirmation email with a url to access the concert stream. Another email with the event url will be sent out shortly before the event begins.
Tiered ticketing prices are available for the Livestream option. Choose the level that works for you! We’ve provided some recommendations below:
$10 — We recommend this option if you have been significantly impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic.
$15 — Our most popular option! We recommend this option if your financial situation has had little to no impact by COVID-19.
$25 — We recommend this option if your economic situation has not been impacted by COVID-19.
$50 Household — We recommend this option if your economic situation has not been impacted by COVID-19 and multiple people in your household intend to stream with a single link.
You can view the Earshot Jazz Ticketing Policy here.