Our Performance Lounge now offers 2 options for tickets. Please carefully review your selection before purchase. ****ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES *** NEW Terms & Conditions apply for all tickets as of January 2, 2023
$30 per person food & beverage minimum. Our full menu is available before and during the show.
Seats not claimed within 30 minutes PRIOR to show start time will be forfeited.
Our Performance Lounge can accommodate tables for up to 6 guests.
If you plan to sit with other guests who have tickets under another name, please enter the ticket holder’s name in our “Survey notes” when checking out. Groups of 7 or more: Guarantee your large party will be sat near each other by booking through our Events Team. Email [email protected].
Julian Vaughn was primarily a drummer when he picked up the bass guitar. Vaughn developed his playing style while growing up in the church where his grandfather pastored until turning over the reins to Vaughn’s father. A few years later, he became good enough to start playing at concerts and live gospel recordings.Vaughn launched his solo career in 2010 with his album The Purpose Project, which spring-boarded him into his jazz career. In 2012 he put out the album Breakthrough (2012), featuring the single “On Your Feet,” which peaked at #1 on the Billboard chart. He later would release albums Limitless (2015), Bona Fide (2017), Supreme (2019), and Chapters of Love (2021). Vaughn racked up four Billboard #1 hits between his albums and 8 #1s overall as a feature on various artists’ songs. Vaughn has toured across the U.S., playing at some of the largest jazz festivals. In addition, he has performed abroad in places like Dubai, South Africa, Nigeria, Nairobi, Italy, Spain, and Germany. Vaughn takes pride in writing and producing almost all his music, saying, “I want to be known as a great writer and producer just as much as an artist.” In 2020 Vaughn was the #2 Artist of the year and had the #2 and #17 Billboard songs of the year, “Afro Calypso” and “Afternoon Delight.” His latest independent release, titled “SOLO” is slated to be his best work to date. As Vaughn’s recording catalog continues to grow, he hopes to continue to redefine the lead bassist role in the smooth jazz genre. Visit Julian Vaughn’s Website