A 4% Sanitation Fee will be added to all checks to cover increased cleaning procedures.
*** Please note that there is a two-item minimum at tables! ***
Thanks for coming to the show and supporting live music! In order to support the business and the cause, we ask that you respect our Two Item Minimum Purchase policy for all guests seated at tables. We appreciate your understanding as we make our way towards recovery!
All seating placement at the discretion of venue staff and in accordance with VA Covid guidelines.
Please be assured that Jammin Java has taken all safety precautions to ensure your health and safety:
What We Are Doing
– All staff will wear masks at all times.
– Social distancing will be enforced.
– All audience members will be seated at tables. No standing room only concerts.
– Our total capacity has been reduced to take into account social distancing.
– Directional signage has been placed throughout the venue to minimize unintentional social distancing breaches.
– Multiple hand sanitizer stations have been placed throughout the venue.
– We will no longer accept orders at the bar. All food and beverage orders will be taken through wait staff.
– The venue has been cleaned professionally and their services will continue to be retained.
What We Request Of You
– Wear a mask or face covering upon entering and moving around inside the venue. Your mask may be removed while you are consuming food and beverage but should be worn at all other times.
– Adhere to social distancing as well as marked entry and exit doors/directional markings.
– If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to COVID-19, or do not feel well, please do not come to the venue.
– If you have any questions or concerns, please firstname.lastname@example.org
In the wake of the deadly Atlanta shooting the claimed 8 Asian American women, the AAPI community needs our help.
Crimes targeting Asian Americans have risen dramatically since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Stop AAPI Hate, a coalition that tracks incidents of violence and harassment against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S., reported nearly 3,800 instances of discrimination against Asians in the past year.
The actual number could be much higher.
David Thong, a Cambodian American musician from Northern Virginia will be putting on a benefit show on March 24 and March 31.
Proceeds will benefit the STOP AAPI Hate GoFundMe -> https://www.gofundme.com/c/
About David Thong:
David is a seasoned musician and has performing since he was 9 years old. His versatility in the local music scene has made him a house hold name in the DC area with influential styles of pop, rock, reggae, hip-hop, and indie.
He’s currently working on his solo debut “Doux-Amer” with Nathon Haddon of Haddon Records.
Though first and foremost a vocalist and rhythm guitar player, he also has performed drums, bass, and keys with various bands.
David is also is the founder of the nostalgic alternative rock series called Back To The 90s.
David has shared the stage with Weezer, Ryan Cabrera, Ash, Ballyhoo! and Ozma.
David has performed at many notable venues on the east coast including Nationals Park, The Fillmore, Jammin’ Java, Union Stage, The State Theater, Rock & Roll Hotel, The Black Cat, The National, The DC Wharf, The Milkboy and CBGB.
About Stop AAPI hate:
In response to the alarming escalation in xenophobia and bigotry resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic,
the Asian Pacific Planning and Policy Council (A3PCON),
Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA),
and the Asian American Studies Department of San Francisco State University launched the Stop AAPI Hate reporting center on March 19, 2020.
The center tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, shunning, and child bullying against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.
For more information on how you can help the community –>