Rosslyn Continues Jazz Tradition with Reimagined, Physically-Distant Jazz Supper Clubs Hosted by the Rosslyn BID
Experiences to Feature Local Artists at Rosslyn Restaurants Sept. 23rd and 30th, Also Available Via Free Virtual Streaming
The Rosslyn BID invites you to enjoy live jazz music at your favorite Rosslyn restaurants or in your living room this fall. Rosslyn is reinventing its signature Jazz Festival format this year to support safe, limited in-person attendance and offer free virtual streaming for at-home enjoyment.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a dinner under the stars while enjoying local, live music! More information on the Jazz Supper Club series can be found at rosslynva.org/jazz.
- Wednesday, September 23rd
- Location: The Rooftop Terrace at Sfoglina Rosslyn, 1100 Wilson Blvd.
- Artist: Irene Jalenti
- Wednesday, September 30th
- Location: Amuse at Le Meridien, 1121 19th St. N.
- Artists: René Ibañez & Cubano Groove
In the event of inclement weather or additional updates, please check the Rosslyn BID’s event page.
The full lineup of performances can be enjoyed virtually with takeout from each of the participating Rosslyn restaurants. Details on streaming will be available at rosslynva.org/jazz.
Please register in advance for each Jazz Supper Club. Space is limited to maintain physical distancing.
The restaurants and the Rosslyn BID have taken special precautions to help ensure guests’ safety; guests are asked to wear masks when not seated and to practice physical distancing in accordance with Virginia’s and Arlington County’s guidelines. Reservations are available at rosslynva.org/jazz. Please review the Rosslyn BID’s and each restaurant's individual COVID-19 policies and expectations before making a reservation.
Each Jazz Supper Club will also be live-streamed, so you can enjoy the performance from home. Make it a special evening with takeout from participating Rosslyn restaurants.
This is a series in partnership with Arlington Cultural Affairs, a division of Arlington Economic Development which delivers public activities and programs as Arlington Arts.
For more information on this and other events, visit rosslynva.org.
About the Rosslyn BID:
The Rosslyn Business Improvement District (BID) is a designated 17-block mixed-use, urban center in the heart of Rosslyn, Virginia. Through a public/private partnership with Arlington County, the Rosslyn BID provides services for our 25,000 employees, 15,000 residents and 1.2 million visitors a year to enhance, grow, and connect the neighborhood.
Alex Miller Murphy