Notes on Seating: The Jack London provides two options for ticket purchasers: Reserved Seating and General Admission. Reserved Seating is purchased on a table-by-table basis in the central part of the venue and is only available for select shows. Both Tables AND General Admission seating is limited on a first come first serve basis
Effective March 12, 2022 masks will no longer be required for patrons but will be strongly encouraged when not actively eating or drinking. Effective March 22, 2022 proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test will no longer be required for entry. These policy changes will be in effect until further notice.
Joel Frahm is known to all jazz-lovers as one of the modern icons of the tenor saxophone. An unsurpassed emotional projection and technical ability always characterize his playing which draws the breadth the American musical tradition including jazz, funk, rock and blues. His work as a leader and his collaboration with the leading players of his generation including Brad Mehldau, Matt Wilson, Jane Monheit and Ari Hoenig have established him as among the most important and exciting players of our time. The New York Times says, "Joel has established an identity ... as a post-bop saxophonist with a deft and assertive command" and the Ottawa Citizen sums it up well, "Joel Frahm is widely known in the jazz world for his effusive creativity, rollicking positive spirit, technical fluency and versatility." Brad Mehldau, Joel’s childhood friend and longtime collaborator, digs a little deeper, "When I think of Joel, I think of his sound on the tenor, big and generous, very warm and comfortable. One thing I always hear in Joel’s playing is an unapologetic emotional outpouring."