Luke Carlsen and The Fresh Rhythm Big Band at Campus Jax.
Newport Beach’s only Supper Club.
Doors open for dinner at 6:30.
Eat. Drink. Dance.
VENUE NOTE: 1 ENTRÉE PURCHASE PER PERSON IS REQUIRED (a $10 surcharge will be added if no entrée is purchased, there are no drink minimums). Menu items start at just $10. A portion of the cover charge goes to Feed The Need, the Campus JAX outreach to feed the local homeless population. Over 15,000 meals served.
This is an all-ages event. Seats are $15-$35, entree not included.
Luke Carlsen is a “Rising Star in the Jazz Scene” according to UPI. He, along with his music director, Michael Seaman formed The Fresh Rhythm Big Band in the fall of 2017 to create new arrangements of “Sing, Sing, Sing” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing” for Sony Publishing. From there, Luke has been asked to make television appearances and perform through his music. You can see Luke sing on television shows including HBO’s Perry Mason and Guillermo Del Toro Presents on Netflix. You can hear Luke’s tracks from Perry Mason on Spotify as well as Luke’s first EP “My Love” on your streaming service of choice.
In the upcoming months, Luke and the band will record some new arrangements with respected producer, arranger, and singer Claytoven Richardson. You can keep in touch with Luke and the band at lukecarlsen.com
, @lukedavidcarlsen on Instagram or Luke Carlsen Music on Facebook.
ALL SALES FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS.
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“Newport Beach’s only supper club”, Campus JAX features cabaret-style shows with dining, dancing, and seating at tables or the bar in an intimate listening room.
Christopher Burkardt’s Stellar Shows (some of you may remember their shows at Don the Beachcomber) puts on a good number of Swing-danceable bands there every month. There is a large stage and good dance floor.
It is a supper club so a purchase is required, but there is no drink minimum. Food is Cajun/Creole and gets an impressive four-and-a-half stars on Yelp. Dinner prices range from $10-$18. Of course, there’s also a full bar.
They put out multiple water tanks for dancers. Everybody has a seat – but you need not stay in your seats!
(Information and photos provided by Christopher Burkhardt and edited by Brian Shim).
|When ||Various nights usually Thursdays through Sundays|
|Cost ||Cover starts from $15 to $25 and goes up from there for tables and VIP seating|
|Crowd ||I've never been here, so let me know! 21 and over.|
|Dress ||Not formal, but dress up if you wish!|