Open Mic Night at the Box with host Jenna Mammina
Published by Box Factory for the Arts
Monday 22nd of July 2019
Get into the Box for our monthly Open Mic Nights! In July we welcome the fabulous Jenna Mammina as our host!
MONDAY, July 22nd
Doors will open to the public at 6:30. Jenna will start off the performances at 7:00.
NEW! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your spot in the lineup. (This replaces our in-person sign up sheet from previous months.)
There is no cover charge. Donations are encouraged and help to support our non-profit organization.
The Box Factory for the Arts exists to support and encourage the arts in all forms and expressions and to provide a space for artists of all levels to share their gifts. Open Mic Nights are the perfect opportunity for that! Each month we welcome folks of all ages to take to our stage and share their talent - be it music, comedy, spoken word, dance… you name it! All are welcome to come out and support artists and the arts.
Please keep in mind that the Box Factory for the Arts is a family friendly venue, so we do ask that you keep your performance respectful of all ages.
With thousands of miles and performances under her tri-coastal musical gypsy skirt, Jenna Mammina has claimed the San Francisco Bay Area as her home and sanctuary. She has performed with a vast array of legendary talent, such as Bobby McFerrin, June Millington, Rickie Lee Jones, Al Jarreau, Phish, David Sanborn, Ray Obiedo, Wil Ackerman, Liz Story, Tuck Andress, and Rosemary Clooney. Jenna has graced the stages of esteemed venues like Yoshi’s in Oakland, California, Town Hall in New York, The Green Mill in Chicago, and festivals such as Jazz Aspen, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage, Monterey San Francisco, Big Sur and Mount Hood, continuing to delight sold-out crowds throughout the United States and touring over 250 dates a year.
Jenna’s live performances capture her audiences and hold them like butterflies in the palm of her hand. “Jenna could sing a page from the phone book and make it sound like her own private piece of the sky,” writes Grapevine Culture critic Kimberlye Gold.