About this Event
The Lab Session is an inspiring, inclusive jam session jazz party produced and hosted by veteran Jazz musician, educator and entrepreneur, Mimi Jones!
This inspiring, inclusive jam session/ jazz party welcomes artist including musicians, vocalist, dancers,poets, rappers, visual artists, comedians and captivates audiences in a warm & fun vibe!
Featuring traditional jazz, contemporary jazz and experimental jazz, focusing on a different theme or songwriter for the night.
Sundays at 8pm & 10pm - Running time for each set is 60 minutes
General Admission - $15 / Advanced - $12
All Access Ticket - $25
Reserved Seating - $28
Premium Reserved Velvet Couch/Chair - $30
Blue Velvet Loveseat for 2 - $42
Dinner & A Show - $55 - updated prix fixe menu here
Participating Musician Ticket - $12 (includes 1 FREE drink)
$15 food/beverage minimum - Full menu can be found here!
All tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend a performance after having purchased tickets, you may contact us about using the ticket price towards a future performance at Room 623.
**ROOM 623 IS COMMITTED TO CREATING A CLEAN AND SAFE SPACE TO COME TOGETHER AND ENJOY LIVE MUSIC IN HARLEM. PLEASE SEE OUR BEFORE YOUR VISIT**
For more than two decades she’s been on the scene, bassist/vocalist/producer/label owner and now filmmaker Mimi Jones has reigned supreme, as a side woman to an impressive coterie of musicians and as a leader with three original recording projects on her own Hot Tone Music label.
Born Miriam Sullivan in New York City on March 25, 1972, and was raised in the Bronx. Jones studied Music at the Manhattan School of Music Conservatory, and has also studied with Linda McKnight, Lisle Atkinson, Barry Harris, Milt Hinton, Dr. Billy Taylor, Yusef Lateef. She has toured extensively for over 30 years throughout the seven continents, and has played with such people as Frank Ocean, Kenny Barron, DD Bridgewater, Dianne Reeves, Tia Fuller, Roy Hargrove, Terri Lyne Carrington, Beyonce, Jason Moran, Common, Black Thought and more.
Mimi Jones co-directs a multimedia interdisciplinary production with pianist ArcoIris Sandoval entitled The D.O.M.E. Experience, creating choreography, musical and visual works inspired by social injustices and environmental changes in our world.
Voted #1 & #2 rising star by the DownBeat polls for 3 consecutive years, she currently works on a new project called The Black Madonna. The Berklee School of Music professor recently began collaborating with a trio called Nite Bjuti featuring Vocalist Candice Hoyes, and Sound Chemist Val Jeanty. Mimi is a recipient of the Chamber Music America Performance Plus Award 2021.
ROOM 623 is a speakeasy Jazz club, offering an inclusive, high energy "Jazz party" vibe with top notch musicians from around the world and around the corner!
Originally purchased as a private event space by renowned Harlem restaurateur, Adriane Ferguson, Room 623 has now been converted into an exciting and intimate Jazz club by Jazz crooner, songwriter, host & emcee, Marcus Goldhaber. Featuring an inclusive and immersive setting to celebrate Jazz history, Room 623 is Harlem’s new home for live Jazz!
Room 623 serves up classic & artisanal cocktails alongside light bites (provided by sister restaurant, B²runch Harlem). Be sure to take advantage of our membership program offering FREE guest passes, FREE merchandise and discounts off of the cover charge and B²runch Harlem menu!
Room 623 - Harlem’s Speakeasy
271 W. 119th St.
(btwn Frederick Douglass & St. Nick)
212. 589. 8979
Full calendar, tix & livestream:
@room623nyc / #lookforthebluelight
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Room 623, 271 West 119th Street, New York, United States
USD 7.50 to USD 65.00