A message to our patrons:

First off, we want to thank each and every one of you, our amazing customers, for your kindness, understanding, support, encouragement and patience. We are humbled.

While we continue waiting to be allowed to re-open, make note - we are not sitting idle. We are continually re-shuffling our calendar of upcoming artists, all of whom are eager to resume their livelihoods.

We have also gone to great lengths to prepare the club for reopening, from new State of the Art Global Plasma Solution Air Ionizers (that clean our air constantly) for each of our nine HVAC units, to giant Air Handlers that import six tons of outside air continuously. Click here to see the complete list. We are ready to go!

We continue to keep the heart beat of Jazz Alley alive five days a week as our kitchen crew continues to feed those in need within our community. We have been working in partnership with Byrd Barr Place, Northwest Food Alliance, Sacred Hearts, Seattle Council of Churches and many others… with over 30,000 meals prepared and delivered to date.

We eagerly wait to reopen and resume presenting live music at Jazz Alley. Even though it seems like we have been forced to close (as well as the rest of the musical world) for a long time, it's just a blip compared to the 40 years Jazz Alley has been in this city. We will be back soon for another 40.

Thank you for your continuing support through it all.

The Jazz Alley Crew

Tuesday, Nov 10 - Wednesday, Nov 11, 2020

"If there's a choir in heaven, someday the exquisite vocalist Karrin Allyson will lead it. She's such an otherworldly talent that the creator probably already has her on heavy rotation." – The Houston Press

Thu, Nov 12 - Sun, Nov 15, 2020

Five #1 Albums and Four #1 singles on the Billboard Charts, Multi-platinum & Grammy-nominated saxophonist/flautist NAJEE is back with his new album, "Center of the Heart.”

Tue, Nov 17 - Thu, Nov 19, 2020

Famous tap dancer, choreographer, and actor Savion Glover is the epitome of a living legend.

Fri, Nov 20 - Sun, Nov 22, 2020

It was at the Stanford Jazz Festival in 2017 that Lisa Fischer (Rolling Stones, 20 Feet from Stardom) and pianist Taylor Eigsti first played as a duo — and the world stood still. Every note of those first songs still resonates with Lisa and Taylor, so much so that they’ve crafted an entire evening of music for you. Lisa will astonish you with her vocal mastery and stage magic, and together with Taylor she’ll reach directly into your soul in this special performance.

SPECIAL: $16 COVER

Tue, Dec 1 - Wed, Dec 2, 2020

Post-bop jazz pianist and University of Washington professor with all-star Seattle band and 2X Grammy Winner Ernie Watts

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Thu, Dec 10 - Sun, Dec 13, 2020

Sophisticated up-tempo classic R&B with precision choreography! The Spinners have sold over 60 million records, topped both the Pop and R&B charts (“I’ll Be Around,” “Then Came You”), received 6 Grammy nominations, and have 18 Solid Gold Top 40 hits!

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Sat, Dec 26 - Wed, Dec 30, 2020

One of the most versatile and prolific acoustic guitarists on the contemporary jazz landscape.

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Fri, Jan 1 - Sun, Jan 3, 2021

“Trane’s Delight,” Poncho’s first new album in 7 years is Latin-tinged re-imaginings of Coltrane classics as well as new pieces composed in honor of the tenor titan.

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