Music Notes: More Than A Cup of Java

by Editorial

Find out why we love hot spot Jammin’ Java and why it’s much more than your average coffee shop.
By Meaghan Corzine

Artist Trent Hancock works the stage at Jammin Java.

Artist Trent Hancock works the stage at Jammin Java.

Since its opening in 2000, music club and cafe, Jammin’ Java, has offered Washingtonians a modest and intimate escape to musical bliss with up-and-coming musicians performing live seven days a week. Located about 20 minutes outside of the heart of DC, the venue serves as the ideal place to go for a relaxing evening and just long enough break from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Artist Jason Reeves graces the stage

Artist Jason Reeves graces the stage

The venue, which is located in a strip mall on Route 123, may not look like much from the outside, but it’s riveting acoustics and company make it undeniably irresistible. Jammin’ Java caters to an audience of 200 for most events, making for quite the musical experience. Don’t look for big-time showstoppers like Lady Gaga or John Mayer to be coming here anytime soon, but do expect to be blown away with raw and intimate performances by smaller and beautifully talented artists.

Jammin’ Java is both smoke-free and all-ages. Purchasing tickets is a breeze, making the venue ideal for a family night out or last-minute date. They also offer a full bar. Come early and stop by Tyson’s Corner, less than ten minutes away from the venue, for some wining and dining. Is there anything NOT to love?

Performers and audiences alike seem to agree: Jammin’ Java never fails to please.

“In a big world, this is a magical little place,” said artist Jason Reeves, “it really is special.”

For more information call 703.255.1566


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