As required under under Arizona's current declaration of emergency and related executive orders regarding coronavirus, The Nash has suspended operations until further notice. We have canceled all shows and programming scheduled through April 12th.
Please continue to check the website and calendar for further updates and information.
The Nash suspends all programs for 2 weeks
March 13, 2020
In the priority interest of public safety, an abundance of caution and the well-being of our patrons, volunteers, artists, students and educators; and consistent with the response of other major performance venues locally and from coast to coast; The Nash is taking the measured response of suspending all performances and educational activities at The Nash, effective immediately through Friday, March 27, 2020. We will monitor the recommendations from government authorities and consider further action as necessary in the best interests of our community.
If you currently hold tickets to cancelled events, you have the option of crediting them toward future shows, converting them to a tax-deductible donation in support of The Nash, or obtaining a full refund. You will be contacted by our box office with these options. The Nash will make every effort to reschedule cancelled shows as artists schedules permit.
We apologize for any disappointment and inconvenience, but we are in uncharted waters as we respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Be assured that with your continued support, The Nash intends to weather this interruption and stay the course of serving our community through the empowering art form of jazz.
For questions and concerns, contact us at email@example.com or call 602-759-0464 and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
March 12, 2020The Nash is committed to the health and safety of our vibrant jazz community. At this time, we are continuing operations, despite some show cancellations, with heightened diligence on sanitation and hygiene in accordance with recommended protocols outlined by the Centers for Disease Control, Arizona Department of Health Services, and the City of Phoenix to ensure the safest possible conditions that we are capable of providing for our patrons and artists. This includes:
· Increased cleaning and disinfecting of high-contact surfaces following audience events
· CDC-approved signs in our restrooms to remind our community to wash hands and to encourage safe and healthy practices.
· A hand sanitizer station in the lobby available for use upon entry (to be installed on Monday, March 16th).
We are also asking our community of attendees, volunteers, musicians and staff to use an abundance of consideration for others before choosing to participate in an event if you're not feeling well, exhibiting signs of infection, or are a member of a high-risk group. Public health and the prevention of community spread of this virus must be our collective priority.
The Nash is continuously monitoring developments related to the coronavirus. In the event that circumstances change and new directives are issued by federal, state, or city health authorities, we will notify our community immediately on our website, by email, and through social media.
For more information and updates relative to our operation, show cancellations, etc., please check back here at our website. For more detailed information on measures you can take in your own home, visit CDC.gov.