We are pleased to announce our soft re-opening using our new COVID-19 policies and procedures and limitations.
First, We will NOT have any FOOD SERVICE just BAR SERVICE
Second, we will only allow 60 people per show to protect the customers, the staff, and the artists.
We hope to grow this slowly while keeping our customers 6 ft. from each other to practice social distancing
We’ve instituted a number of new measures to help insure the health and comfort of our guests.
These steps include but aren’t limited to:
Laminated/Protected Menus which are sanitized and wiped between uses
Black Nitrite Gloves to be used and replaced throughout shift
Sanitation stations at host stand and within the club
Fresh table linens between every set
Face masks for all employees
Limited seating and distance restrictions
Tables limited to parties of six
Accepting all sick requests from staff and performers
Enforcing self-quarantine for staff members who travel
Portable digital units to pay the bill without anyone touching credit cards, receipts, or bill folder.
Thank you for your patience and understanding, we want to bring you the full Jewell experience as quickly as possible but we know it’s critical to act slowly and deliberately.
Follow us on social media and keep an eye out for more upcoming events.
6:30pm- 8:00pm Show | 90 minute performance | Doors open at 5pm |
$10 tickets advanced, $15 at the door (due to limited seating and to create social distancing)
Beverages only will be served, no food.
(2 minimum purchases of beverages, including non-alcohol beverages)
A $5.00 credit will be applied to the students bill (towards music, beverages), students must show I.D.
Topher Booth – Vocals & Guitar
Brandon Armstrong – Drums & vocals & Key
Collin Smith – Electric Bass & vocals
Eddie Walker- Acoustic Bass
Behind the name: Nation
What I love about the definition of Nation is that it does not define a race, religion, gender, or place, it is whatever we choose to make it. So what if our unique purpose was to find ways in which we purposefully look out for each other? Have a tough but real conversation with a pursuit of understanding founded in compassion, to think through and understand the view of another, say hi, say I am sorry, or say I love you to someone that does not look like ourselves. Or when we see there is a need, we head towards a solution. Those are purposes I can get behind and call it a “Nation”, that is what I want #wearenation to mean, that we come around and explore what our purpose looks & means through art, through conversation, and new experiences.