RESERVE ONE OF 10 TABLES FOR A SOCIALLY DISTANCED, YET INTIMATE, EVENING OF DINNER & IN THE SCULPTURE GARDEN WITH MUSIC BY GILBERT CASTELLANOS.
Panama Sixty "6-Feet" Supper Club Dinner with a Show at Panama 66 Wednesday, September 16th
$80 a Table - ONLY 10 TABLES PER SEATING!
FIRST SEATING: Door 5:00pm / Show 5:15-6:30pm SECOND SEATING: Doors 7:45pm / Show 8:00-9:15pm
EVERYTHING SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO COVID-19 GUIDELINES
DINNER MENU: https://www.panama66.com/dinein
We are proud to host Gilbert Castellanos, featuring: Joshua White -Piano John Murray - Bass Tyler Kreutel - drums
10% of the price is going to Jazz Foundation of America Emergency Covid Relief Fund. 9% of the price is going to the San Diego Museum of Art. 6% of the price is going to Panama 66. 75% of the price is going to the Musicians.
IMPORTANT: What you are purchasing: A four top table for the evening's show. It is the same price for the table whether you are a table of 1, 2, 3 or 4. This price does not include dinner, but purchasing dinner is required by current California law.No drinking may take place without consumption of a meal.This is our first attempt at a post-Covid food & music experience, please bear with us. Per California Law, all guests must order food, so therefore all guests must order a meal. SDMA, Panama 66 and Gilbert Castellanos respectfully ask that you do not approach the Musicians and adhere to all our numerous rules. This is a socially distanced affair and that means that all guests stay in their seats throughout the show, no mingling between tables, except for when attending the restrooms. Masks must be worn at all times when not at your table.
There are two seating to chose from. Meal purchase is required. No early entry. Up to 4 guests per table. 16 and up, no children. You must remain seated. No mixing. Masks required when not seated. ONLY 10 TABLES PER SEATING! RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. NO WALK UPS.
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