92 Bourne Ln, Ogunquit, ME 03907 (207) 646-4777
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Welcome to Jonathan's Ogunquit Listening Room. 


This site is for our Listening Room and is seperate from our restaurant downstairs.  

Here you will find information on upcoming artists performing in our Upstairs Listening Room.

Jonathan's Ogunquit's Listening Room is located on the second floor. 

Our listening room also features separate restrooms than our business downstairs and a separate HVAC System.  

Our seating map is subject to change, espcially during the pandemic. We hope our patrons will understand if their seats are not exact to online map.   We are doing our best to ensure everyone has an excellent and safe experience. 

We require all patrons to adhere to Maine State Guidelines as well.  Please do not come to a show if you are not feeling well, wear your mask if you are unvacinated and wash your hands!

Our guests and employee's safety is our number one priority.  We are working hard to ensure we exceed all expectations with sanitation, cleanliness and comfort.   


Ticket Phone Hours:

7 Days a Week: 9:00am - 4pm EST

92 Bourne Lane
Ogunquit, ME 03907
U. S. 207-646-4777


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Jonathan's Reservations

Cris Williamson

Cris Williamson
October 8, 2021

Artist's Website: Cris Williamson

Cris Williamson is an American feminist singer-songwriter, who achieved fame as a recording artist, and who was a pioneer as a visible lesbian political activist, during a time when few who were not connected to the Lesbian community were aware of Gay and Lesbian issues. Williamson's music and insight has served as a catalyst for change in the creation of women-owned record companies in the 1970s. Using her musical talents, networking with other lesbian artists of musical quality, and her willingness to represent those who did not yet feel safe in speaking for themselves, Williamson is remembered by many in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) community for her contributions, both artistically, and politically.