The Neptune is located at 1303 NE 45th Street in Seattle's University District. 8 ticket limit per patron. Patrons exceeding the ticket limit will have their orders cancelled at the venue's discretion. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Unless otherwise noted, each person must have a ticket regardless of age. No babies in arms. The Neptune is a general admission venue with a flat floor and seated balcony. Please note that for some events such as comedy, lecture, and solo acoustic performances we add a limited number of chairs to the front sections of the main floor. Please arrive early to find a seat. No Elevator. Ramps only to the balcony level. All ages show, bar with I.D.
Neptune Theatre is located in Seattle, Washington. Online sales to this event are restricted to residents of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and British Columbia. Patrons outside of those areas can purchase by phone during the public onsale period by speaking to a live agent at 1-800-982-2787. Residency will be based on credit card billing address. Orders in violation of our policies will be cancelled without notice. Metal detectors & bag search at door. Arrive early. No weapons. www.stgpresents.org/about/safety. This is a general admission event. Parties who require accessible seating will have priority access to accessible seats. Ushers are available to assist when you arrive. Mobile barcodes delayed until 3 days prior to event.
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Like the soul greats he grew up with and the grime artists he adores, Jordan Mackampa makes music to tells truths as much as entertain. His searing songs are documents of his life as an outsider, his sound a melting pot of cultures that stretch from his birthplace in the Republic of Congo to a hip hop-obsessed childhood in north London to teen years spent immersed in indie-rock in Coventry.From his breakthrough in 2017 with the protest song Battlecry to this autumns acclaimed What Am I, hailed a modern take on Marvin Gayes Whats Going On, Jordans powerful message music has grown rapidly in scope and scale, soaking up new influences and becoming more complex.A debut album due in March, produced by Dani Castelar, best known for his work with Paolo Nutini, sees Jordan scaling fresh heights, adding sumptuous strings, gospel backing vocals and grime influences on his contemporary soul fused with his Congolese roots.Youll hear the Congolese influence across the album, says Jordan. Its there in the rhythms, in the swing and syncopation that ties the tracks together. Its a sound Ive heard at home for as long as I can remember.Featuring Nutinis regular string players and a bevvy of brilliant backing vocalists, the album addresses subjects including Jordans upbringing, his struggles with his faith and, on Foreigner, a ballad that builds in to an epic immigration anthem, the racism he faced on moving to Britain from the war-torn Republic of Congo at the age of one, leaving his father and six half-siblings behind.My whole life Ive never felt like I fitted in, says Jordan. Growing there were very few black families. I didnt look like anyone else. I wasnt allowed to play with the other kids.At school no one understood me because French was my first language. I learnt English very quickly, but if I spoke in English at home, my mum would tell me that I was losing touch with my culture. I felt torn between two worlds.
This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. This ticket is for admission to a live music venue. It provides the holder to observe a musical performance and nothing else. Other goods and services may be purchased once inside the venue. Please note, seating is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis.