North City Jazz Walk Tuesday evening - answers to all your questions

Monday, August 14, 2017



Tuesday August 15, 2017
6-10:30pm on 15th Ave NE


1. What is going on here?
This is the 11th Annual North City Jazz Walk.
Street closes at 6pm on 15th Ave NE between 175th and 180th.
Jazz Bites start at 6pm and the music lasts from 6:30-10:30pm.

2. Where do I park? Note: “St Mark’s is not available this year”.
Parking is free at the following locations:
  • Loyal Automotive: 1211 NE 175th St
  • North City Lumber 1221 NE 175th St
  • US Post Office 17233 15th Ave NE
  • Maid Brigade 17229 15th Ave NE
  • Anderson House 17201 15th Avenue
  • Center for Human Services 17018 15th Ave NE
  • Park ‘n Ride at Buddha Jewel Monastery 17418 8th Ave NE 
  • Safeway *after 7pm* 17202 15th Ave NE 
  • Street parking is also available: please do not block driveways.
IF you park within the street closure area you will not be able to move your vehicle until after the event closes at 10:30pm.

3. Is this event free?
You may stroll the street, grab an inexpensive bite to eat and hear three open to the public music venues OR purchase a bracelet and have access to eight additional indoor venues.

Bracelets are $15.00 until midnight 8/14 and $20.00 day of event.

4. Where do I buy tickets, how much does it cost?
Visit the website: www.northcityjazzwalk.org
Several North City businesses have tickets until Monday pm, for $15.00.
Tuesday at 6pm there will be three ticket booths on the street.
Tickets will be Available on the night of the event for $20.00 each.
You may pay with Cash, check or a credit card.

5. What if I have a receipt for an online purchase?
You must exchange the receipt for a bracelet at one of the three ticket booths.

6. What time is the event over; when will the street reopen?
The event ends at 10:30pm. And street will reopen at 11pm.

7. Who is performing and where?
Visit the website at www.northcityjazzwalk.org.
Pick up a brochure at any ticket booth.



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