PORT ANGELES — The Friday night shows scheduled for the Jazz in the Olympics festival have been canceled, but the Saturday show will continue, according to Leslie Robertson, events manager at the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
Some key production staff have tested positive for COVID-19 and will be unavailable to support the two shows scheduled for Friday night at Naval Elks Lodge in Port Angeles and 7 Cedars Resort in Blyn, Robertson said in a statement Tuesday. Press.
However, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and the Navy Northwest Jazz Ensemble will be performing at Club Seven at 7 Cedars Casino at 6:30 p.m. Saturday night with the Navy Band Northwest Jazz Ensemble. Doors will open at 5:45 p.m.
The chamber is moving all Friday night reservations to Saturday night and will honor all Friday night tickets on Saturday night, Robertson said in a press release.
All Friday night tickets purchased are also eligible for a full refund if ticket holders prefer a refund over attending the Saturday night shows. Contact [email protected] or 360-797-9345 to request a refund.
Tickets for the Saturday show — where Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, a swing band that performed at the Hollywood Bowl and Super Bowl halftime show, headline — are $75 for general admission and $100 for the VIP.
Even if Friday tickets were a little less numerous, they will still be honored on Saturday.
A limited number of Saturday night tickets remained available on Tuesday through the festival website at www.OlympicJazz.com.
The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce has confirmed that no chamber staff have tested positive for COVID-19, Robertson said.
Unlike the previous version of Jazz in the Olympics, which focused on the Dixieland style, the festival has been enhanced to encompass many forms of jazz and target enthusiasts in the Seattle-Victoria-Portland, Oregon area, according to the chamber. .
For more information on Jazz at the Olympic Games, contact the chamber on [email protected] or 360-452-2364.